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Articles from the April 18, 2019 edition

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Concert coming to Moose Lake

Professional entertainment is coming to Moose Lake. Dusty Wilson of Moose Lake Brewing Company and Jeff Arnovich of Twin Ports Night Life were granted permission by the Moose Lake City Council at its...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    April 18, 2019

Impact of utility tax court cases continues to unfold

Per a press release from the Chair of the Carlton County Board of Commissioners Dick Brenner posted April 12, 2019, the Great Lakes Transmission and Enbridge Energy Southern Lights Line Pollution Control Exemption 2018 cases have been finalized and...

 

Cell tower goes up in Sturgeon Lake

At the regular city council meeting held on April 13, Mayor Todd Danelski stated he had received a number of questions from property owners concerning the construction of the new cell tower. Council...

 

Barnum debates replacing siren

The Barnum City Council discussed replacing the siren at the monthly meeting on Monday, April 8. In the discussion, it was said that, with pagers, a siren is no longer needed for firefighters to be...

 

Get ready to run on May 4th

Every year the organizers of the Moose Run try to improve on previous years’ performances and continue to make this a well-organized and anticipated event in our community. This year, physical...

 

New meters to be installed starting mid-May

Moose Lake Water & Light will be replacing approximately 400 meters and all of the off peak equipment in their service area starting mid-May, 2019, and continuing for 6 to 8 weeks. These new meters will allow meter readings to be sent directly into...

 

The Sutter Brothers coming to Moose Lake Public Library

The Arrowhead Library System is pleased to present Sons and Daughters of the Northern Lights with The Sutter Brothers, a free 50-minute program being offered for adult audiences on Monday, April 29, 6:00 p.m. at the Moose Lake Public Library. The...

 

Northwestern's Men's Chorus to perform in Moose Lake

The Univeristy of Northwestern Varsity Men’s Chorus presents their 2019 Spring Tour at the following Moose Lake, MN location: Saturday, April 27, 7:00 pm at Moose Lake Covenant Church, 700 5th Street, Moose Lake. The Varsity Men’s Chorus, with...

 
 By Staff Report    News    April 18, 2019

Vehicles, including a squad car, hit with debris dropped off I-35 bridge in Hinckley

Juveniles were responsible for dropping eggs and branches onto vehicles from the I-35 bridge in Hinckley the morning of Thursday, April 11. A call came in to the Pine County Sheriff’s Department at about 4 a.m. on the morning of April 11. A semi...

 
 By Shawn Bode    Sports    April 18, 2019

Rebels softball beats Duluth East, 8-2

The Rebels softball team started out hot against 4A school Duluth East. Natalie Mikrot led off with a triple and the next 4 batters, Dallis Kukuk, Rachel Christy, Ashley Grutkoski, and Bella Meyer, singled. At the end of 2 innings the Rebels had 11...

 
 By Scott Olson    Sports    April 18, 2019

Rebel girls run 10 on Mora, win 11-1

On Monday the Moose Lake/Willow River softball girls had another fine pitching performance and got the bats rolling both before a 20-minute rain delay and after to beat the Mora Mustangs in 6 innings, 11-1. Bella Meyer had a 2 run single in the...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    April 18, 2019

Barnum softball wins against Cromwell, 13-2

The Barnum Bombers softball team opened their season hosting the Cardinals of Cromwell but played in Willow River. The Cardinals went up to bat first with Elizabeth Risacher hitting a single to get...

 
 By Shawn Bode    Sports    April 18, 2019

6th Grade Rebels win Region 5

The Rebels 6th grade boys basketball team traveled to Hutchinson April 13 and conquered a tough and quick team, Lewiston-Altura 33-26, in the championship game. The Rebels beat Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 24-6 and Lac qui Parle Valley 23-16 in pool...

 

Judge's View

Since my colleague, Judge Mark Munger, retired in January, we have been short-handed at the Duluth courthouse. Case assignments and calendars that used to be divided eight ways are now being split seven ways, and we are starting to feel the strain. W...

 

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