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 By Mike Creger    People    May 24, 2024 

Journal provides detail on WWII air war

"Time has a way of healing our heartaches but memories last forever." Tucked into a folder on Cloquet native William Dupont at the Carlton County Historical Society is a letter from Fred Asbell. He... Full story

 By Pine Knot News    Happenings    May 24, 2024 

Hail to the graduates!

Cromwell-Wright kicked off the Carlton County high school graduation season last Friday, May 17, ending the ceremony with a spray of confetti. Many of the other graduations in the area are scheduled... Full story


A letter of advice to our graduates

Dear Graduates, Congratulations to the Class of 2024 on your graduation from high school. It is an accomplishment. You should be proud of yourselves. Please know that your community and loved ones are proud of you, too. As you go off to jobs,... Full story

 By Pine Knot News    Happenings    May 24, 2024 

Church Services

Apostolic Lutheran Church Pastor Nathan Juntunen 25 Church Road, Esko 218-879-3882 [email protected] www.esko-apostolic.org Communion 1st & 3rd Sundays 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship service, all ages 11 a.m. coffee & fellowship Services... Full story

 By Pine Knot News    Calendar    May 24, 2024 

Community Events Calendar

FRIDAY, MAY 24 Community Chess Club 3-4:30 p.m. Fridays through the month. SATURDAY, MAY 25 Book signing 1-3 p.m. at Betty’s Books, next door to Jitter’s in downtown Moose Lake. Local author Elaine Osborne will sign copies of her book, “If I Felt... Full story

 By Brady Slater    News    May 24, 2024 

County talks of 'breaking bread' with Band

Members of the Carlton County board and the Fond du Lac tribal council are scheduled to meet in June. The entities meet twice annually, and the topic of how the county ought to host the meeting came up during the board’s March 14 meeting in C...

 News    May 24, 2024 

Filing for elected office has started

The filing period for elected offices opened this week, and two Cloquet city councilors are already on the list to run again. Ward 4 councilor Kerry Kolodge and Ward 3 councilor Iris Keller both filed affidavits of candidacy at City Hall on Tuesday....

 News    May 24, 2024 

Closed for Memorial Day

Most government offices including Cloquet and Carlton County will be closed for the Memorial Day holiday Monday, May 27. This includes County Courthouse offices, County Government Services Building, County Transportation Department, Human Services,...

 By Pine Knot News    News    May 24, 2024 

Moose Lake man guilty of sexual assault

A 32-year-old Moose Lake man is in Carlton County Jail awaiting sentencing following a guilty plea in March to felony criminal sexual conduct. The charge is related to a 2023 incident involving a vulnerable 15-year-old girl. Justin Eugene Arbuckle... Full story

 By Gail Olson    News    May 24, 2024 

Farmers Market News

The Carlton County Farmers Market opens Saturday, June 1 in front of Premiere Theatres in Cloquet. This season we’re joined by a new generation of farmers and producers offering a wonderful variety o...

 By Jana Peterson    News    May 17, 2024

Signals win the day on Hwy. 33

Roundabouts are off the table, state officials told residents at a May 9 informational meeting on the proposed reconstruction of Minnesota Highway 33. The estimated $3.2 million project will include...


Aurora awe

Aside from being a great show, the Northern Lights that lit up the world last weekend showed just how a simple change in geography can bring a totally different look to the aurora borealis. There... Full story


Beware I-35 construction

Travelers on Interstate 35 between Hinckley and Duluth should expect traffic delays due to several construction projects this summer, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. Drivers will encounter single lane, head-to-head traffic ju...

 By Brady Slater    News    May 17, 2024

Sheriff addresses Moose Lake staffing

A notice on social media last week from the Moose Lake Police Department indicated that the office would no longer be “open on a daily basis.” It was the sort of thing that can cause consternation in a community. In February, the city contracted with...

 By Brady Slater    People    May 17, 2024

Commissioner reflects on decision to step away

Dick Brenner knows how to win an election. Eight of them, amounting to 32 years on the Carlton County board alone, to go with 17 years as a Cloquet school board member. "I have a philosophy," he...

 By Mike Creger    Happenings    May 17, 2024

Photos: A honking good time

The kids kept coming, but you didn't need to see it to notice it. What started as a few scattered horn blasts from big equipment at South Terrace Elementary school in Carlton last Thursday evening,... Full story


The Ticker: A quick look at area teams in action

Thursday, May 9 Baseball Hibbing 9 Cloquet 1 Cromwell-Wright 10 Barnum 9 Cherry 11 ML/WR 1 Softball Cloquet 5 Grand Rapids 0 Silver Bay 8 Carlton/Wrenshall 4 ML/WR 8 Aitkin 4 South Ridge 15 MIB 2 Boys Tennis CEC 5 Duluth Denfeld 2 Friday, May 10... Full story

 By Steve Korby    News    May 17, 2024

Korby's Connections: It's kids simply playing

On a bright, sunshiny spring afternoon, my wife and I were assigned to pick up our grandkids after school from Churchill Elementary in Cloquet. The school is within walking distance of home. I... Full story


Wright/Cromwell news

Our sympathies to the family of Dale H. Borchardt, 78, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, who died April 16. He was born in Carlton and grew up on the family farm with his brother, and two sisters. He attended...

 By Jana Peterson    News    May 10, 2024

Family picks berry farm

A chilly wind raced across the strawberry fields Monday evening as the Lambert family and four young teenagers meticulously planted rows of strawberries. Together, they were a picture that could have... Full story

 By Brady Slater    News    May 10, 2024

After 32 years, Brenner won't seek board seat

Longtime Carlton County commissioner Dick Brenner announced Tuesday he will not seek another term on the county board. Brenner is serving his 32nd year on the board, dating back to 1992. Prior to...


Filing period for local offices opens soon

Four Cloquet City Council positions are up for election in November, including Wards 3, 4, 5 and the at-large council seat. Ward 3 would be for a two-year term, the others are four years each. Residents may file affidavits of candidacy May 21... Full story


Man faces 8 counts related to child pornography

A 50-year-old Cloquet man faces eight felony counts of child pornography after being turned into police by a person residing in the same home. Richard Craig Carlson appeared in Sixth District Court remotely from jail on Wednesday, making a first...


Police pursuit ends with multiple charges

A wanted man led law enforcement officials on a chase through two counties last month, before being apprehended and allegedly found in possession of both methamphetamine and fentanyl. Robert William Pladson, 53, of Eagle Bend, Minnesota, was charged...


Trial set for former Cloquet police officer

A case alleging that a former Cloquet police officer exploited an elderly woman suffering from dementia is headed to court in November. The Minnesota Attorney General’s office charged Laci Marie Silgjord in July 2023 with financially exploiting a v...


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