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Articles from the August 23, 2018 edition

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 By Dan Reed    Local News    August 23, 2018

Moose Tracks jobs to move to Cloquet

Program changes for vocational services for people with disabilities are scheduled to result in the closure of the Moose Tracks program in Moose Lake in May 2019. It is anticipated services will be relocated to a Cloquet site. The MN Department of...

 By C.M. Swanson    News    August 23, 2018

Finlayson resident focuses on federal level change

From 2013 to 2017, Minnesotans aged 55 to 64 signing up for health insurance under the expanded version of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) through MNsure were sometimes met with an unwelcome surprise....


ICS chosen to assist new bond, plans for old school

The Moose Lake School Board chose ICS as the firm to assist the school district with the bond referendum information and completing the athletic field complex, at the meeting of the board on Monday,...

 By Lois E Johnson    News    August 23, 2018

Outstanding seniors

Male Winner: Joe Mogen Nominated By: Gary Peterson Joe was nominated for his work with many different organizations and programs in the Moose Lake community. He has volunteered with the Moose Lake...

 By Staff Report    News    August 23, 2018

95 visits to the fair (and counting)

Faye Hecker Griffin was recognized at the Carlton County Fair on Friday, Aug. 17, during the Outstanding Senior Citizens program as having attended 95 Carlton County Fairs in her lifetime. "She...


Primary makes way for Nov. election in Carlton County

Last week’s primary election saw a record turnout of voters in Minnesota. Secretary of State Steve Simon reported 902,119 people voting in the primary, which is the highest number of primary voters...


Candidates file for local school boards

Candidates had to file to run for school boards by August 14. In Moose Lake, all of the incumbents, Julie Peterson, Steven Blondo and Kris Lyons, filed to run again. Kara Hubred and Kim Bohnsack also...

 By Wick Fisher    Opinion    August 23, 2018

The learning curve

It’s been nearly a month since we bought our Tesla. I can count on one hand the number of times I have driven it. I still have five fingers and I think I have been behind the wheel four times. This...


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