Articles from the August 14, 2020 edition

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County Seat returns to its theater

After postponing the production of "The Boys Next Door" for five months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the County Seat Theater Company is now ready to put on live theater once again, starting tonight.... Full story


Plan B: Turn New Wine musical into a movie

When the coronavirus pandemic stopped in-person school and almost all student activities this spring, directors of the local Christian-based theatrical group New Wine got creative. The result was a... Full story


Farmers market is an outdoor shopping oasis

Every Saturday in Cloquet farmers and gardeners come together to provide fresh vegetables and goods from their homes and smaller farms. Even in the midst of a pandemic, farmers markets, modified for... Full story


Wild rice season is nigh

Minnesota DNR Wild rice conditions are looking good this year in many areas of Minnesota and the Department of Natural Resources is offering tips and a reminder of important regulations restricting...

 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    August 14, 2020

Shift of prep sports seasons could have seismic impact

Last Tuesday the Minnesota State High School League announced a revamped high school schedule due to the continuing Covid-19 pandemic. The league's board approved four sports for the fall season:... Full story

 By Steve Korby    Sports    August 14, 2020

Sheff sets record for CCC golf wins

After a few years of absence, John Sheff came back to win his 14th Cloquet Country Club men's championship and make history last week. Sheff had been in a tie with Butch Newby for the most wins in... Full story

 By Anne Dugan    People    August 14, 2020

Wrenshall News: Drive up for some music

Of all of the sectors to be affected by the Covid pandemic, performing arts and special event centers have been some of the hardest hit. That is certainly true of our community treasure - The...


Wright/Cromwell news

With all the cancellations in the state, there is, sadly, another one we have to report. The annual Wounded Warriors United Minnesota event has been canceled. It was to have taken place at the Cromwel...


Cloquet waits for up-to-date numbers on Covid-19

As confirmed cases of Covid-19 continue to climb in Carlton County — rising by 15 over the last week — the Cloquet school district is still 10 days away from making a final decision on exactly how... Full story


Primary 2020: Local tallies on election night aren't final

With all of the votes up to and including election day counted in Cloquet's Ward 5 City Council primary, former Cloquet mayor Dave Hallback is in third place in the vote count, with 103 votes... Full story

 By Jana Peterson    News    August 14, 2020

Final results in for local primary races

An additional 82 mailed ballots were delivered to the Carlton County Courthouse in the two days following Tuesday's primary, but the rankings in the local election remain unchanged. Moving on to the... Full story


Obituaries: Edward Albert Janke

Edward Albert Janke, 90, of Cloquet died Aug. 3, 2020, at New Perspective Senior Living with his family by his side. He was born on March 24, 1930 to Albert and Grace (Roesler) Janke in Becker... Full story


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