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 By Brady Slater    News    September 29, 2023 

Tribal college plots next five years

Once a member of the first class of students to graduate from the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College campus in Cloquet, Roxanne DeLille went on to u niversity in Duluth and later committed five... Full story


Party with apples at Zion church

Apple Fest is coming Oct. 1 from 3 to 7 p.m. to Zion Lutheran Church in Cloquet, and it’s free. Pick your own apples, enjoy apple tasting, a caramel apple bar and apple juice pressing. Mae Prachar Band will provide music. Apple Fest is a...


Lunch with school officials

Cloquet School District officials including superintendent Michael Cary and some school board members and school staff will be part of “lunch in the community” from noon to 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 2 at the Cloquet Public Library. Bring your own...


Free paint kits are at the library

Free Acrylic Painting Take & Create Art kits are available at the Cloquet, Carlton and Moose Lake public libraries in October, courtesy of the Arrowhead Library System. This art experience was designed by 321 Art Studio in Chisholm and explores...

 By Jana Peterson    News    September 29, 2023 

School officer issue is settled, for now

Cloquet will keep its school resource officer after Attorney General Keith Ellison released a revised opinion on the legislation last spring regarding the use of force in schools. That was better...


Science fair students just keep on winning

Three Cloquet High School science fair students who excelled at regional and state science fair last spring continued their winning ways at national and international competitions across the country...

 By Jana Peterson    News    September 29, 2023 

Pet chip clinic nixed; couple faces charges

The pet microchip and vaccine clinic in Cloquet for Carlton County residents, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23, was canceled last week after the partnering humane society founder was charged with fraud. Northern Lakes Rescue has partnered with the...


Harry's Gang: Leaders need to be accountable

I’m disturbed by the attorney general in Texas. Recently, he was acquitted by the Texas legislature on corruption charges, even though every Texan who cares knows the man is corrupt. In fact, even... Full story


history mystery

Forgive yourself if you haven't heard of Julius Berg Baumann. The Norwegian-American poet, who lived in Carlton County, died of cancer in 1923, at age 53. And unless you find translations of his...

 By Jana Peterson    News    September 29, 2023 

New game store in play in West End Cloquet

Ten-year-old Cyleiona Almenares made three trips to Cloquet's new game store on the first day it opened at 305 Broadway St. On trip No. 2, she carefully counted out her change to pay for Demon Slayer... Full story

 By Brady Slater    News    September 29, 2023 

Dollar store stakes a claim in Barnum

Sometime in winter 2024, the city of Barnum will be less of a food and retail desert than it is. Dollar General is moving onto Main Street, with construction already begun on a store which figures to...


The Ticker: A quick look at area teams in action

Thursday, Sept. 21 Girls Soccer Cloquet/Carlton 8 Proctor 0 Esko 3 Rock Ridge 1 Boys Soccer CEC 4 Proctor 0 Volleyball Cloquet 3 Greenway 0 Esko 3 Rock Ridge 1 Two Harbors 3 ML/WR 0 Football East Central 38 South Ridge 8 Friday, Sept. 22 Football... Full story

 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    September 29, 2023 

Lumberjacks get even at 2-2

After opening the season with two straight losses, the Cloquet football team picked up their second win in a row Friday with a 38-12 win over Rock Ridge. The home game was played at Proctor's... Full story


Sports Schedule

Times are p.m. unless noted Friday, Sept. 29 Football Cloquet at Proctor, 7 East Central at Barnum, 7 Carlton/Wrenshall at Laporte, 1 Nevis at Cromwell-Wright, 7 Two Harbors at Esko, 5 Hinckley-Finlayson at ML/WR, 7 Saturday, Sept. 30 Volleyball... Full story

 By Kerry Rodd    Sports    September 29, 2023 

'Jacks sweep Esko

Two of the top teams in northeastern Minnesota did battle at Cloquet Middle School Tuesday, when Cloquet defeated Esko 3-0. "It's always fun to play Esko," said Cloquet coach Heidi Anderson. "They hav... Full story


Students find science outside

It was one of those picture-perfect fall days. Cerulean blue sky, the slight, wet waft of decaying organic matter, the hillsides seemingly turning orange and red and yellow in the moment. On Dunlap...


Obituary: Carol Bergstrom

Carol Annette (Lussier) Bergstrom, 85, of Cloquet passed away peacefully Sept. 20, 2023 at St. Luke's Hospital in Duluth. Carol was born in Red Lake, at the Red Lake Indian Hospital to Elsie Lussier... Full story


Obituary: Constance Marie Hopp

Constance Marie Hopp passed away Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023, at St. Luke's Hospital in Duluth. Constance was born Feb. 22, 1940, in Cloquet to Charles and Marie (Pattee) Peterson. Constance was preceded... Full story


death notices

Dorothy Elizabeth Anderson, 89, of Cloquet died peacefully on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023, at Inter-Faith Care Center in Carlton. Services were held Sept. 26 at Atkins Northland Funeral Home in Cloquet. Burial in Oneota Cemetery in Duluth. Jean LeeAnn... Full story


Church Services

Apostolic Lutheran Church Pastor Nathan Juntunen 25 Church Road, Esko 218-879-3882 [email protected] www.esko-apostolic.org Services on Esko Apostolic YouTube channel Communion 1st & 3rd Sundays 9 a.m. worship 10 a.m. Sunday school 11 a.m.... Full story


Community Events Calendar

SATURDAY, SEPT 30 The Carlton County farmers market is open 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays through Oct. 21 in front of Premiere Theatres in Cloquet. SUNDAY OCT. 1 Apple Fest 3-7 p.m. in the Zion Lutheran Church orchard, 1000 Washington Ave., Cloquet. Pick... Full story


High-end home sales on the rise

More expensive homes are changing hands than ever before in Carlton County, which saw a $1.29 million property sale close Sept. 15, and 16 sales over $600,000 in the past 12 months. "We're seeing...


FDLTTC welcomes new president

The newest president of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College already knows the college from the inside out, working in numerous positions since she was hired as a part-time counselor nearly 30...


River Run race set for Sept. 30

The Cloquet River Run is Saturday, Sept. 30 with a 1-mile race at 9 a.m. followed by the 5K race at 9:30 a.m. The races start and end near Churchill Elementary School. Organized by the Churchill... Full story


Police to get new Tasers, cameras

Thanks to a sizable allocation for public safety aid by the state legislature this year, the Cloquet Police Department is getting body cameras and new Taser stun guns, at no additional costs to the...


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