City pulls plug on outdoor ice

 

February 16, 2024

The Cloquet public works department admitted defeat Tuesday, with the earliest-ever removal of the ice hockey boards at Pinehurst Park. Matt VanReese and Shawn Risel load portions of the hockey rink wall onto a skid steer driven by Trevor Nummela. The Cloquet public works employees say it's the earliest they've taken down the temporary ice rink. The rink was flooded before Christmas, then warm weather melted the ice away. They flooded again in January and skaters did get in a little time on the ice before warm weather rolled around again. "We're not going to throw any more water on it," VanRee...



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