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 By C.M. Swanson    News    May 8, 2014

Prevent Lyme disease with common sense

As Department of Natural Resources (DNR) area supervisor for the Parks and Trails system, Martin Torgerson's job often takes him into wooded areas. As an avid outdoorsman, he is commonly in the...

 
 By C.M. Swanson    Local News    May 1, 2014

Fighting Lyme disease with education

Lyme disease is "an acute inflammatory disease caused by a spirochete (Borrelia burgdorferi), transmitted by ticks, usually characterized initially by a spreading red annular erythematous skin lesion...

 

Battling Lyme disease

Forty-six year old Jeffrey Moffatt has a great sense of humor, a positive attitude, and a tendency to erupt often in good-natured laughter. These traits may not seem overly remarkable until you find...

 

Options available for Lyme disease treatment

A self-admitted workaholic, Lisa Hoche-Mathews woke up the morning of September 15, 2013, not feeling well. She simply put her feelings aside and arose to get ready for work. “That’s when I found myself lying on the floor, drenched in sweat,” s...

 

Seth Franco offers basketballs, inspiration

Seth Franco knows how to lead a crowd. Even before the recognizable Harlem Globetrotter's theme music began, even before he walked on the Moose Lake High School auditorium stage November 5, Franco...

 

Sharing the burden of grief

Though the gathering for the Fifth Annual Suicide Awareness Memorial Walk held October 12 in Carlton was a somber event, there were smiles amidst the tears. Angie Cook, the main speaker at the event,...

 

Mother, daughter on mission trip to Haiti

What did Sturgeon Lake resident Thane Sheetz say when Cathy, his wife told him she wanted to go on a missions trip to Haiti? “I guess the first thing I thought was, well of course you do,” said...

 
 By C.M. Swanson    News    October 3, 2013

Ground prep begins at McDonald's site

When summer 2014 rolls around people will see the new McDonald’s on the hill behind the AmericInn in Moose Lake. Many will say, “Wow, that went up fast!” They will be wrong. Amidst the heavy...

 

Community invited to walk for awareness

Even though the challenge may seem insurmountable, awareness brings about change. It is to this cause that the Fifth Annual Suicide Awareness Memorial Walk will be held October 12 from 9:30 to 11:30...

 

Regional visitor's center in the works

People make up our government, real people with conviction to activate, not just talk. However, they like to talk, too. That’s what makes meetings like the Regional Visitor’s Center’s first meeting, held Monday, September 9 at 5 p.m. in the...

 

Autumn Winds tour well attended

Vivian Larson has a lifetime of experience in the arts, but she is still open to learning. “I work in water colors because it provides a challenge,” said Larson. “With each painting I get...

 

The Zombies are coming...to Moose Lake

Nathan Johnson and Kirk Eckstine of The Kettle River Project are looking for locals interested in being Zombies. Kettle River resident Kirk Eckstine has lived in and around this area for most of his...

 

Grandma hosts tea in Wonderland

Moose Lake resident Verlena Jones has some very lucky grandchildren. They got to have tea in Wonderland, right in Grandma’s back yard. Not only did the children see several characters in Lewis...

 

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