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Walleye allowed on Mille Lacs

Winter anglers on Mille Lacs Lake will enjoy a walleye harvest this winter for the fifth season in a row. Starting Dec. 1, anglers will be allowed to keep one walleye between 21-23 inches or one fish longer than 28 inches. This is the same... Full story

 
 By MPR News    COVID-19    November 13, 2020

Dramatic case rise brings more restrictions

It has been a difficult few weeks in Minnesota, as Covid-19 continues its rampant spread across the state, leaving record-smashing case numbers and a devastating toll of hospitalizations and deaths. Gov. Tim Walz announced an effort Tuesday to tamp d...  Website

 
 By MPR News    COVID-19    November 13, 2020

Testing: the why, where and how of Covid tests

State health officials have said for months that accurate and accessible testing is a key tool in understanding and combating Covid-19 in Minnesota. The most commonly administered Covid-19 tests in... Full story

 
 By MPR News    COVID-19    November 13, 2020

Pandemic notes from around the region

Gov. Tim Walz made it clear Wednesday that the Covid-19 pandemic will get worse in the near term before it gets better. “We’ll be unfortunately announcing numbers today: positivity rates above 20 percent and unfortunately we are going to have... Full story

 

Hunters encouraged to help protect the wild deer herd

Participation in voluntary CWD testing is critical to managing CWD in Minnesota’s wild deer The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding deer hunters to participate in chronic wasting disease testing in designated areas, following...  Website

 
 By Anne Dugan    People    November 13, 2020

Wrenshall news

In 1914 Emily Dickenson wrote about the feelings that follow suffering. Whatever your political party, this year's election has been painful. This Sunday marks the new moon and it's a wonderful time...

 

Wright/Cromwell news

My husband, Bob, came home last week after being gone for six weeks, after a stay in the hospital and five weeks at North Shore Estates in West Duluth. He could hardly wait to get back home, and I...

 

Cloquet Community ED News

What a beautiful autumn we enjoyed. Splendid colors and great weather for getting outdoors. It was great to see the parks, trails and other outdoor areas remain busy as community members enjoy our...

 

Carlton happenings

The holiday season is fast approaching, but look for changes this year because of the pandemic. For more than 50 years, the Carlton VFW Post 2962 and Auxiliary have been collecting donations to...

 

On Faith: Take stock of how you use your time

"I wish it need not have happened in my time," said Frodo. "So do I," said Gandalf, "and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us." - J.R.R. Tolkien,... Full story

 
 By Jamie Lund    News    November 13, 2020

Home bakers find business sweet spot

There may not be any bakeries left in Cloquet, but that doesn't mean there aren't some fabulous bakers around. "The gooey salted caramel center wrapped up in the moist chocolate cake with caramel... Full story

 

Community Thanksgiving dinner is to-go this year

The annual Thanksgiving meal in Cloquet is a go ... or rather a "to-go" socially distanced meal because of the pandemic. This year the Carlton County community meal - sponsored by Chapter 18 of the... Full story

 

Sign up for lights contest challenge

While many Christmas traditions are being canceled or changed this year, the Christmas Lighting Challenge is not one of those events. Registration for the sixth annual Christmas Lighting challenge — a naturally socially distanced community event... Full story

 

Obituary: Cortland "Corky" James LeeJoice

Cortland “Corky” James LeeJoice, 72, of Esko passed away on Nov. 15, 2020 in St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth. He was born July 10, 1948 in Cloquet to William and Lillian (Pentila) LeeJoice. He gra... Full story

 

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