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Articles from the February 13, 2020 edition

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Barnum community speaks up on school budget cuts

With major upcoming monetary cuts in the Barnum school district, the community gathered to voice their opinions on those cuts at the school board’s working meeting held in the Barnum High School auditorium on Tuesday evening, February 4. Two main i...

 

Bocce teams hit the ice

On Saturday, February 8, at the Moose Lake City Park, the Moose Lake Area Chamber of Commerce hosted their 3rd Annual Ice Bocce Tournament Event benefiting the post prom committees of Willow River,...

 

Essentia Health sponsors "healthy schools" challenge

Essentia Health is challenging area schools to implement a program focused on student wellness to facilitate healthy behavior patterns at a young age. According to Healthy People 2020, the risk of developing a chronic disease in adulthood is largely...

 

General Andrews rest stop awarded

On February 5, staff at General Andrews rest stop were presented the "Excellence in Maintenance Interstate 35 Award." Five full time and three alternate Green View employees work at this rest stop....

 

Too steep for people? Goats get the job done to improve habitat

Steep limestone bluffs towering over Trout Brook provide a scenic skyline for Dakota County’s Miesville Ravine Park Reserve. Yet those cliffs pose a challenge for land managers: How can workers safely remove woody invasive species like buckthorn...

 

Infectious diseases: isolation vs. quarantine

The outbreak of the coronavirus in China, recently declared a world health emergency, has many people concerned about how to contain it, and the larger issue of when and how the Government can restrict travel or activities of its citizens in the...

 

When should you stop for school buses?

Question: This winter has provided snowbanks — barriers in town, eliminating the turn lane, between our east and west bound lanes.  If a school bus is stopped and the stop arm is extended, does the opposing traffic have to stop? Answer:...

 

Rebels win two, lose one in double overtime

The Moose Lake Willow River Rebels (17-4) had two long road trips this past week and a home game with East Central. On Tuesday, February 4, the East Central Eagles came to the Willow River gym. The...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    February 13, 2020

Lady Bombers squeeze past Vikings

The Lady Bombers hosted the Vikings of Cook County early Friday evening in a double header, as the boys would follow the girls' game. The Vikings took the lead in the first half as Ariana Poyirier...

 

The Lady Rebels take two more

The Moose Lake Willow River Lady Rebels had another two win week. They took on Carlton and Two Harbors On Tuesday, February 4, the Lady Rebels traveled to Carlton. Alivia Mallory started out the Rebel scoring with a reverse jumper for two. Carlton...

 

Over 100 points and counting this season

Congratulations to Sam Knezevich #17 for reaching and exceeding 100 points so far this season. The Moose Lake Area Hockey Bantam has earned himself 117 points (82 goals and 35 assists) with two...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    February 13, 2020

Lady Rebels hockey falls to Hibbing

The Lady Rebels were out to settle a score after falling to Hibbing-Chisholm twice during the regular season. They traveled to Hibbing for their first tournament game on the February 4. The Rebels...

 

Rebels Bantam hockey headed to playoffs

The Moose Lake Area Rebels Bantam team played against North Shore in Silver Bay on January 19. Without a single penalty in the game, the Bantams defeated Nroth Shore with a score of 8 to 2. Rebels'...

 

MnDOT invites public to comment on rules governing Special Transportation Services providers

The Minnesota Department of Transportation is seeking public comments on existing rules for Special Transportation Services providers that serve the elderly or disabled, or provide nonemergency medical transportation services paid for with public fun...

 

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