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Articles from the June 7, 2018 edition

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 By Dan Reed    News    June 7, 2018

County board looks to sell building on historic registry

The Carlton County Economic Development Director Connie Christensen was instructed by the Carlton County Board of Commissioners to call for RFP’s (Request for Proposals) on the sale of the Shaw Memorial Building, now the home of the Carlton County...

 

A 'better place now but it is still there'

After spending hours working in the yard at his Moose Lake home, Tim Caroline of Moose Lake came into the house on Thursday, May 31, and checked his email. One of the emails told the news that a...

 
 By A. R. Vander Vegt    News    June 7, 2018

Water tower in Kettle River 'nagging, significant problem'

Chris Clasen of Susan Schiessel, Justin, Clasen & Company, presented the audit of Kettle River at their regular city council meeting on May 8. While the audit of the city came out clean, Clasen did...

 

Rebels finish up seasons in playoffs

Softball Kelly Goeb, MLWR softball May 29 in Cloquet Virginia 7 MLWR 3 In the winner's bracket game, sophomore Ava Warren pitched a solid complete game while the Rebels went through three pitchers en...

 

Scholarships awarded to Willow River students

Willow River High School Commencement for the Class of 2018 was held on Friday, May 25th at 7:00pm in the Tom Stine Gymnasium. The Willow River Choir and Band performed under the direction of Mr. Dylan Fuglestad. Junior escorts were Madeleine Olson...

 
 By Judy Walker    Opinion    June 7, 2018

Asking the perennial question

Garden shopping this year raised the perennial question: do I go for the all- summer blooming annuals? Or invest a little more up front (and on the backside) in perennials that will become part of the...

 

A parent's concern

Dear Editor, I am a concerned parent living in the Moose Lake School District, and I want to inform our community about events that happened in our school district over the past few months. On Monday, April 9, 2018 at approximately 2:45 p.m., an...

 
 By Wick Fischer    Opinion    June 7, 2018

Pallor in Lawler

Pallor: extreme paleness as in fear of death. Recently a wave of pallor cast its shadow over the tiny Minnesota village known as Lawler. Although Dave Wilen wasn't one of its Founding Fathers, he was...

 

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