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 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    December 17, 2021

Season slide continues in more losses at home

In the early weeks of November, the Minnesota Wilderness were in the hunt in the North American Hockey League Midwest Division with a record of 13-7. Things were looking good, considering the squad... Full story

 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    December 17, 2021

Thunder are back on the court with middling results

After nine games so far this season the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College men's basketball team is closing in on a .500 record after canceling last year's season because of the pandemic. "I am... Full story


Grieve well and thrive now and always

I used to love Christmas. Don't get me wrong, I still love Christmas, but bear with me for a minute. What I have always loved about Christmas was the warmth of the season. I love that people gather wi... Full story

 By Anne Dugan    News    December 17, 2021

Wrenshall News: Residents light the way

By the time the English poet John Milton had completed his epic poem “Paradise Lost” in 1664, he was completely blind. He dictated most of the verse to his aides, which included his three...


Wright/Cromwell news

There are several opportunitiesto buy local 2022 calendars. First, you can purchase the Extreme Teen Youth event calendar by calling Liz at 218-428-6733. You can contact Lake Country Power for its...

 By Mike Creger    News    December 17, 2021

This stranger wasn't going to give up

Jim Meikle wasn't going to let it go. "The whole thing bothered me," he said from his home in Baudette this week. He was talking about the plaque he saw hanging at a salvage yard this past summer and...


Ready for ice fishing?

Check ice thickness for yourself Weather, currents, snow cover and springs can cause ice conditions to change rapidly and vary widely, even on the same body of water and even in a short period of time. In many parts of Minnesota, it’s easy to see... Full story

 By Mike Creger    News    December 17, 2021

Carlton board rejects agreement that would have closed high school

After two emotional meetings filled with public testimony in the past week, the Carlton school board failed to pass a resolution Monday night that would have led to an agreement with the Cloquet... Full story


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