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 By Submitted    Opinion    May 21, 2020

How to handle the mental challenges of social distancing

Submitted The concept of “social distancing” was no doubt a mystery to millions of people prior to 2020. But in the wake of the outbreak of COVID-19, a novel coronavirus that was first discovered in China in late 2019 but soon spread across the...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    May 14, 2020

Reminder: Celebration of students

Jillian Smith, Moose Lake Community School We miss you and we would really like to see all of your faces! On behalf of the Moose Lake Community School Staff (MLCSS), we would like to formally invite you to our Celebration of Students! Your hard...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    May 7, 2020

Fund for local businesses

Moose Lake Area Chamber of Commerce The COVID-19 shutdown has affected our area businesses drastically. There are several businesses with their doors closed (though they desperately want to be open), others with their business models completely chang...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    May 7, 2020

Celebration of students

Jillian Smith, Moose Lake Community School We miss you and we would really like to see all of your faces! On behalf of the Moose Lake Community School Staff (MLCSS), we would like to formally invite you to our Celebration of Students! Your hard...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    May 7, 2020

Moose Run team achieves goal

Just over a week ago, the Moose Run organizers started a GoFundMe campaign to raise $1,600 to buy banners and window cling that state “Heroes Work Here!” to be hung in various places in and around Moose Lake. They are happy to report that the...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    May 7, 2020

Quarantine Poems

Here is yet another poem from one of the 10th graders at Barnum High School about our current stay-at-home order and the COVID-19 situation in general. We hope you find some entertainment or enlightenment in it. More will be featured next week....

 
 By Submitted    Sports    May 7, 2020

The Lost Season

Rebels Sotfball Coach Mark Carlson Even with snow on the ground, there is always an air of expectation when the second week of March arrives and official softball practice can begin. Players arrive...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    April 30, 2020

Quarantine Poems

Here are more poems from the 10th graders at Barnum High School about our current stay-at-home order and the COVID-19 situation in general. We hope you find some entertainment or enlightenment in them. More will be featured next week. I’m stuck at...

 
 By Submitted    Opinion    April 30, 2020

Tips to stay sane and healthy during the pandemic

Submission by Cheryl Smetana McHugh, LICSW, Executive Director of Therapeutic Services Agency, Inc. I was surprised at my own reaction when I heard Governor Walz extend the school closure for the rest of this school year as I had totally been...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    April 23, 2020

Quarantine Poems

Here is a poem from a 10th grader at Barnum High School about our current stay-at-home order and the COVID-19 situation in general. We hope you find some entertainment or enlightenment in it. More...

 
 By Submitted    Opinion    April 23, 2020

Professor points out 13 behaviors to adopt as society battles COVID-19

As society digs into its battle against COVID-19, a health researcher at Ball State University recommends behaviors to adapt as soon as possible to avoid illness. “Our society is more diverse than ever, and we have developed a tolerance for a...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    April 16, 2020

Quarantine Poems

Here are more poems from 10th graders at Barnum High School about our current stay-at-home order and the COVID-19 situation in general. We hope you find some entertainment or enlightenment in them. More will be featured next week. I wake up in a...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    April 9, 2020

Quarantine Poems

Here are a couple poems from 10th graders at Barnum High School about our current stay-at-home order and the COVID-19 situation in general. We hope you find some entertainment or enlightenment in them. More will be featured next week. Now this is a...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    March 19, 2020

Barnum takes 8th place at Minnesota State Math League Tournament

The Barnum math league qualified and competed at the Minnesota State Math League Tournament held March 9 at South St. Paul High School. Math league is a math competition consisting of 5 meets held...

 
 By Submitted    News    March 12, 2020

First presumptive case of coronavirus in Minnesota

Kristen Ehresman Director, Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Prevention and Control Division Minnesota Department of Health An older adult resident of Ramsey County recently traveled on a cruise ship with a known COVID-19 case. The patient began to de...

 

Willow River students conquer Wolf Ridge

Cold temps and piles of snow were no match for Willow River Area School's fifth graders who bundled up and met each challenge during three cold days at the Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center in...

 
 By Submitted    Sports    January 30, 2020

Free throw contest winners heading to District level

Pictured are the winners of the Knights of Columbus Co. #4798 free throw contest held Sunday Jan. 26 in Willow River. They will be moving on to the District Level held noon Feb. 2 at Pine City...

 

Letters to Santa

Barnum Elementary School Mrs. MacDonald’s 1st Grade Class Dear Santa, Merry Christmas!? For Christmas I wont wats and a rc krr and a jiant pool. I hop I get a lot of presens. Blake W. Dear Santa, Haw are the ethis? I wot for Crismiss I wot Dodge...

 

Letters to Santa

Moose Lake Elementary School Mrs. Hedin’s 1st Grade Class Dear Santa, My name is Jacoby Brigham. I have been very good. For Christmas I would like the too biggest nerf gun Santa are et min cookeies. Jacoby Dear Santa, My name is AJ Gallup. I have...

 

How to Cook a Turkey

Mrs. Unzen’s Class Colbie: I get a turkey from the store then I stuff the turkey, then I put it in a pan and put it in the oven at 350° for 6 hours. I serve it with mashed potatoes gravy, cranberries, cheesy beans. My favorite part is the pumpkin...

 

Moose Lake High School's first foreign exchange student returns for a visit

Lutz Sannig of Germany, Moose Lake High School's first foreign exchange student, recently returned to the area for a reunion with the Class of 1961. In August of 1960, the American Field Service...

 

Moose Lake Public Library Corner

Hi friends! In typical Minnesota fashion, the pretty fall leaves and crisp air quickly turned snowy and freezing. We might as well make the most of it, because I think it’s here to stay a while. Feel free to check out our new books, DVDs, and audio...

 

Superintendent's Corner

I know I can not speak for the other school superintendents on their school's weather policy, but I know I share their concern when it comes to student safety. Since we have moved into November and it is Minnesota, the weather has changed. First,...

 
 By Submitted    News    October 24, 2019

Suicide Awareness Memorial Walk

From the Carlton County Task Force for Suicide Awareness & Education Towards Prevention: We'd like to thank everyone who came to our 11th Annual Suicide Awareness Memorial Walk held on Saturday,...

 
 By Submitted    Local News    July 11, 2019

Moose Lake Public Library Corner

Hi friends! The Moose Lake Public Library is winding down with our summer reading program (the last date to claim reading prizes is July 19), but that doesn’t mean that summer activities are over here! On Thursday, July 18, join our...

 

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