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Cloquet shines in Swain monsoon

The Cloquet cross country teams were unfazed by the mud, the cold or the rain Saturday as the boys team captured first and the girls took fourth place in the 69th annual Swain Invitational cross count... Full story

 
 By Jana Peterson    News    October 11, 2019

Updated: Esko student athlete dies after cardiac event during football game

Esko High School sophomore Jackson Pfister died Friday following a cardiac event that occurred during Friday’s varsity football game. According to a message sent out electronically to Esko school district families from school administration on S... Full story

 
 By Jordan Allen    News    October 11, 2019

Java Jacks is open for business

Late nights and early risings mixed with the colder temperatures of fall creates a deadly, sleepy challenge for high school students. Some days, the rush to school can leave students without the... Full story

 

Wilderness sweep first home series

The Minnesota Wilderness swept the Minot Minotauros in their home opener series in Cloquet last weekend. Friday night was a night full of red lights, as the Wilderness topped the Minotauros 7-6 in a... Full story

 

Monster muskie is a Vermilion treasure

I had my article for this week almost completely written when I got a short and simple text from my oldest brother, Bob, on Saturday night. His wife Julie had boated a monster muskie. Exciting, for...

 
 By Hannah Baker    News    October 11, 2019

Now's the time to join 4-H chapter

Head. Heart. Hands. Health. These four words guide the lives of young children. These four words lead teenagers towards their goals. And these four words provide connections between ideas and action.... Full story

 
 By Mike Creger    News    October 11, 2019

Carlton, Wrenshall school districts ready for public input on consolidation

The consensus reached at a joint meeting Monday of the full Carlton and Wrenshall school boards is that members will likely seek a referendum in August of next year on facilities improvements at two schools. But that fact, as opposed to having a... Full story

 

Cloquet homecoming royalty crowned

Cloquet High School seniors Madi Vermeersch and Trey Harkins were crowned Homecoming Queen and King on Friday, Oct. 4 at Bromberg Field in a time-honored tradition. CHS activities assistant Matt... Full story

 

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