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Moose Lake School approves budget cuts

At a special meeting of the Moose Lake School Board on Tuesday, April 9, a number of potential cuts were approved. The bus supervisor and English teacher positions, which had previously been up in...

 
 By Bethany Helwig    News    April 11, 2019

Construction season is nigh

On April 4, MnDOT Engineer Duane Hill announced the construction projects scheduled for the year in District 1, which encompasses the northeast region of Minnesota including, Pine, Carlton, and St....

 

The sound of music

Agate Encores closed out their 2018/2019 season with a memorable performance by the UMD Faculty Quintet on Thursday, April 4, in the Moose Lake School auditorium. During the intermission of the...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    April 11, 2019

Sale tax funding makes impact on County road system

“The ½ % sales tax dedicated to County road upgrades has made a huge impact,” observed Assistant County Highway Engineer Milt Hagen at the Carlton County Committee of the Whole on April 2. “I have been working for the Carlton County Transporta...

 

Moose Lake School launches website on referendum

Moose Lake Community School launched a new website on March 29 to provide residents with information about the school’s referendum questions on the May 14 ballot. “CompleteOurCampus.org is the best place to learn about the needs of our students a...

 

Snow days forgiven, Barnum discusses leasing a school bus

Students in Minnesota schools won’t have to make up any days when the school was closed for cold and snow, Superintendent Dave Bottem told the Barnum School Board at a working meeting on Tuesday, Ap...

 

Willow River considers allowing livestock within city limits

The city of Willow River will take up the issue of whether or not to allow the raising of livestock, specifically chickens, within city limits at its May meeting. A resident couple asked the council to consider the issue at its regular meeting...

 
 By Irishdew    Sports    April 11, 2019

MLWR varsity baseball team outhits Proctor to win 9-2

On Friday, April 5, the Rebels’ baseball team played their first game of the season on artificial turf up at Proctor. Proctor scored first with one run in the second inning. The Rebels answered back scoring five runs in the fourth. Proctor Rails...

 
 By Shawn Bode    Sports    April 11, 2019

Rebels softball whitewashes Rangers in opener

The Moose Lake/Willow River softball team started their season with a 9-0 shutout win over Crosby-Ironton in 45 degree weather Friday April 5 in Crosby. The Rebels got to Ranger pitcher Gwen Rosecrans in the second inning with a walk by Maci Kukuk...

 
 By Press Release    Sports    April 11, 2019

Track and field athletes compete at Pine City

Results are listed by event with the place rank, name, and school of participants. GIRLS 100 Meter Dash: #1 Reese Miletich (Barnum); #3 Simone Pruette (MLWR); #21 Grace Stephenson (MLWR); #22 Ally...

 
 By Chris Gass    Opinion    April 11, 2019

Help protect our local water

The season of Spring may well be considered the season of new. As the latest models of products like boats, motorcycles, grills, and summer-time recreation equipment begin hitting store fronts, and...

 
 By Ann Markusen    Opinion    April 11, 2019

The case for restoring polling place options for all Carlton County voters

Early this year, we had problematic elections in State Senate District 11. In the Carlton County portion alone, 400 ballots mailed to the Courthouse were not received by the primary deadline, January 22, 2019. Over 100 absentee ballots arrived too...

 

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