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Articles from the April 12, 2018 edition

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Out of decay, sculpting beauty

It started with a walk on Wisconsin Point between husband and wife. Down the shoreline, Jennifer Szczyrbak spied out a chunk of driftwood perfect for her garden back home in Moose Lake. Her husband...

 
 By Tim Franklin    News    April 12, 2018

Barnard's sentence reduced

Eighteen months ago, a former cult leader who was originally charged with 58 counts of criminal sexual conduct agreed to a prison term of 30 years on two of the counts. On Tuesday at the Pine County Courthouse, after a successful appeal by his...

 
 By Staff Report    News    April 12, 2018

Demonstrators opposed to Line 3 protest on Enbridge property

A group of protestors, reportedly associated with the group Catholic Workers Movement, trespassed into the pipeyard in Automba Towship on Monday, April 9, to protest the proposed Enbridge Line 3...

 

Barnum talks security

Last week, we addressed lockdown protocol and safety in the Moose Lake and Willow River schools. This week, we will take a look at Barnum’s. Superintendent Dave Bottem emphasized the fact that every situation is different — when a lockdown...

 

Football practices will be held at old school's baseball field

Both the boys and girls basketball varsity and junior varsity teams did well this season, Head Coaches Dustin Wright and Wes Cummins reported to the Moose Lake-Willow River Liaison committee at the...

 

Barnum elementary principal resigns

Editor’s Note: This statement was published by the Barnum Public Schools on Facebook on Friday, April 6. The Barnum Elementary Principal Tom Cawcutt was placed on a paid leave in January while allegations against him were investigated. As many of...

 
 By Scott Olson    Sports    April 12, 2018

8th grade travel team claims second at tournament

On Saturday, April 7, the Moose Lake/Willow River eighth grade girls basketball travel team was in Willow River for the Pacesetter Region 4 Tournament. With four teams signed up, each team played...

 

Pacesetter teams off to state

Fifth grade Shawn Bode The Rebel fifth grade boys won the Region 4 tourney this last weekend in Willow River, now qualifying for the Pacesetter state tournament in June. The Rebels got a #2 seed by...

 
 By Wick Fischer    Opinion    April 12, 2018

Another brick in the wall

“The last time I crossed the Mexican-U.S. border illegally, Americans were celebrating the Bicentennial, while my wife and I were celebrating our winter employment at the Hilton Inn as 20-something...

 

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