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Articles from the September 21, 2017 edition

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Autumn moves in

A sure sign of autumn's arrival, leaves turn from green to brilliant yellows, oranges and reds. The first day of autumn is Friday, September 22. According to the Minnesota Department of Natural...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    September 21, 2017

County supports broadband expansion

The Carlton County Board of Commissioners agreed to sponsor a Broadband Development Grant from the Department of Employment and Economic Development on behalf of Frontier Communications at their regular board meeting September 12. According to...

 

Barnum mail delivery a family affair

Good-natured banter fills the sorting room of the Barnum Post Office each morning as the three rural mail carriers and the manager sort the mail and get it ready to deliver. The mail carriers, Tracy...

 

Was it worth the trouble?

Dressed in my coolest 50th high school reunion outfit, I saddled up to the makeshift bar at the Sheraton ballroom and asked, “What do you have for N.A.?” The makeshift barmaid replied with,...

 
 By Al Rose    Sports    September 21, 2017

Rebels ice I-Falls with shut-out

The Moose Lake/Willow River Rebels further proved the football co-op works as they played very good on both sides of the ball to ice the International Falls Broncos with a big 42-0 Mercy Rule running...

 

Bombers soar over Eagles

The Barnum Bombers football team took the short drive to East Central to take on the Eagles on the gridiron Friday, September 15. The Bombers scored first and were the only ones to score in the first...

 

Runners struggle in warm weather

On Tuesday, September 12, the Moose Lake/Willow River/Barnum Rebels cross country team went to Mora and competed against teams they normally do not see from the southern areas. Maybe it was the heat...

 
 By Al Rose    Sports    September 21, 2017

MLWR uses balance to outlast Cloquet

The Class A Moose Lake/Willow River Rebels combined for better overall balance to come back from being down a game twice and wore down Cloquet before overcoming the Class AA Lumberjacks in the fifth...

 

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