Moose Lake Star Gazette - Serving Carlton and Pine Counties Since 1895

Frustrations mount as building funds run low

Members of the Moose Lake School Board were extremely frustrated when they learned the track is the only portion of the athletic complex at the new school that will be completed with the funds...

Ready, set, run!

Beautiful weather graced those running in the Saturday, May 6, Mercy Foundation Moose Run. The Moose Run is held each year on the first Saturday in May in the Moose Lake City Park. A free kids fun...

Riverside Arena gets facelift

Improvements are under way at Riverside Arena in Moose Lake, totaling $350,000. The improvements include new siding, a new entrance door, a dehumidification system, an air exchanger, an exterior...

Board approves superintendent agreement

At the April 18 Willow River school board meeting, the board approved the superintendent agreement with Elementary Principal Bill Peel to serve as Willow River’s superintendent/elementary principal for 2017-20. Peel had been interviewed on...

Rebels boys bring bats to beat Bombers

The Moose Lake/Willow River Rebels boys baseball team brought the bats and ran the bases to beat the Bombers 9-2 in Barnum on Thursday, May 4. MLWR had one home run and nine singles for 10 hits....

Barnum sticks with Cherry to the end

The Barnum Lady Bombers headed north May 5 to take on the Tigers of Cherry in a softball match that was rescheduled from earlier in the spring. The Bombers struck first with Lea Peterson finding her...

Record of 38 years broken

Kevin Tomczak congratulates Sam Coil on breaking Tomczak's 1979 shot put record of 52 feet, 9½ inches. Coil broke the record April 11 at Esko throwing 54 feet, 7 inches. At the most recent...

Barnum boys, MLWR girls retain Polar Cup

The 2017 Polar Cup meet between Barnum, Moose Lake/Willow River and Two Harbors was played at 29 Pines Golf Course in Mahtowa on Thursday, May 4. The Barnum boys defended and retained the cup as did...

We'll both have the tipico ...

“We’ll both have the tipico,” my wife told the waitress, who was also the cook and the owner’s daughter at the small bistro where we had our first authentic Costa Rican meal. We later learned ...

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