Articles from the July 26, 2018 edition

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Special election for addt'l funds

The Moose Lake School Board decided, at a special meeting on Tuesday, July 17, to bring the concept of spending up to $3 million to complete the athletic field complex to the school district voters. T...

 

WR board OKs maintenance projects

At the July 17 Willow River school board meeting, the board approved several additional long term facilities maintenance bonding projects. At last month’s meeting, the board had approved two large projects: carpet installation for $25,000 and...

 

American Legion Posts 361 & 163 named WR grand marshals

"It's my honor to do this," Dennis O'Brien says to me after the Denham-Sturgeon Lake American Legion Post 361's monthly meeting. Dennis, or Denny as he introduces himself, is one member of Post 361....

 
 By Staff Report    News    July 26, 2018

Break-in at Banning Junction

A break-in occurred at the Banning Junction C-store early Sunday morning, July 22. The individual who broke in took an ATM containing over $5,500 in cash and damaged property in doing so. Owners of...

 
 By Lois E Johnson    News    July 26, 2018

Red Cross offers free smoke alarms

Free smoke alarms are available to homes in the Moose Lake Area Fire Protection District by the American Red Cross. Tony Guerra, the Disaster Program Manager from the Duluth Chapter of the American...

 
 By Lois E Johnson    Sports    July 26, 2018

Barnum grads head to trap nationals

Barnum senior students Sam Godbout and Noah Unkelhauser participated in the first USA Day Target League National Shoot from July 12 to 15 in Mason, Michigan. "On Saturday, we shot four rounds of 25,"...

 

Old school sold, new projects ahead

Moose Lake Community School has some exciting news to announce. The sale of the old school has officially been completed! While this is exciting, it is bittersweet as many generations of families...

 

It's the small things

As I flipped through pages of the Star-Gazette, eyes peeled for an interesting picture to include in the Historical Reflections section, a headline at the top of the first page caught my eye — “An...

 
 By Wick Fisher    Opinion    July 26, 2018

Scotch day

I have never had a problem reconciling the vision of a large red-headed, big-bellied guy with a bottle of Scotch in hand, wearing a skirt in lieu of pants. OK. Technically they are called kilts, as...

 

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