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Obituaries: Karen Ann (Habhegger) Morabito

Karen Ann (Habhegger) Morabito, 78, peacefully passed away of Covid-19 on Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020, at Inter-Faith Care Center in Carlton. She was born Nov. 8, 1942, to Adeline (Selen) and William... Full story


Be careful with salting

Clearing pavement with salt containing chloride leads to it draining into storm drains and into nearby lakes, rivers, and groundwater. It takes only a teaspoon of salt to permanently pollute five gallons of water, the Minnesota Pollution Control... Full story


County wave of Covid shows signs of cresting

Covid-19 numbers appear to show that Carlton County is on the downside of the latest and strongest surge of Covid-19 infections since the pandemic began, according to daily numbers provided by the... Full story


Parade breaks out for 97-year-old veteran

World War II veteran Burt Wang found an unexpected silver lining in 2020, in part because of the Covid-19 pandemic. He found a new home and family with Theresa Bridge and her daughters, and a new... Full story

 By Anne Dugan    People    December 11, 2020

Wrenshall News: Keeping lights on is a balm

With so many holiday traditions upended this year it's fun to be able to hold dearly to the ones we can enjoy safely together. Our family has always loved the lighting displays put out by Wrenshall...


Wright/Cromwell news

The women’s basketball team from the University of Minnesota Duluth stepped off the court to help with a good cause last weekend. The team assisted in collecting toys for the Duluth Salvation Army o...


On Faith: Jesus is the gift that keeps on giving

Merry Christmas and God's blessing on you and your families. The Bible, in Isaiah 9:6, says "for to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his... Full story

 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    December 11, 2020

A fruitful end of line for Line

Growing up in Wright, professional drag racer Jason Line wasn't much involved in sports. Perhaps that is what makes it interesting that he went on to a professional sports career that is nearly...


High school league plans for restart of winter sports

The Minnesota State High School League’s Board of Directors approved a flexible plan last week for the restart of winter activities — once clearance is provided by state leaders. In preparation for the lifting of the governor’s order pausing... Full story


DNR reports

Jeff Humphrey (Cromwell) assisted at the Jay Cooke State Park muzzleloader deer hunt. Hunters were enjoying the weather and conditions with many reporting seeing and taking deer. Humphrey also patrolled Moose Lake State Park and found lots of activit... Full story


FDLTCC student gets scholarship

Valerie Ross Zhaawendaagozikwe, a student at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, was awarded the 2020 Spirit of Sovereignty Scholarship, which is given to students attending tribal colleges acro...


Cloquet football players honored

Awards for the 2020 high school football season have been handed down and Cloquet had several players named to the All-Section 7AAAA Coaches All-Section Team as well as the 2020 All-Sub District Northeast Red Team. The Lumberjacks had two players... Full story


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