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Mercy Hospital seeks partnership with larger health care system

The Mercy Hospital Board of Directors voted unanimously to request proposals to partner with a larger health care system, at the monthly meeting of the board on Monday, August 26. The proposals are...

 

The dangers of vaping

Minnesota's Department of Health is warning parents and teens about serious lung damage due to vaping, reported Amanda Casady of the American Lung Association at a program about e-cigarettes and...

 

Barnum's high school principal resigns

High School Principal Brian Kazmierczak has resigned, it was announced at the meeting of the Barnum School Board on Tuesday, August 20. Kazmierczak also resigned from the position of head girls...

 

Moose Lake School transportation audit on the horizon

The Moose Lake School Board voted to sign an agreement with the Watson Consulting Group for a transportation audit at the meeting of the board on Monday, August 19. Before the board voted to accept...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    August 29, 2019

Domestic violence services for Carlton County in new hands

Family Pathways is replacing Windows on October 1 to provide the domestic violence and sexual assault services of advocacy, education, outreach, and crisis line, as well as parenting time centers for supervised visitation in Carlton, Pine, and...

 

Chamber of Commerce welcomes new director

Allison Jones began her duties as the new executive director for the Moose Lake Area Chamber of Commerce on Monday, August 19. Jones has been the program coordinator for the last five years at One...

 
 By Press Release    News    August 29, 2019

Become an Extension Master Gardener in Carlton County

If you have an interest in plants and gardening and would enjoy sharing that interest with others, apply to become a University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener volunteer. Applications are being accepted for the Carlton County Extension Master...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    August 29, 2019

Nuisance beaver control finally passes Legislature

New beaver control provisions were enacted by the Minnesota Legislature in the 2019 Session. HD 11A Representative Mike Sundin had authored the initial bill with input from Wayne Thom, a member of the Minnesota Trappers Association from Prairie Lake...

 

Willow River School aims to address mental health issues

At the regular meeting of the Willow River School Board on August 20, High School Principal Gregg Campbell informed the board of efforts the school is making to address mental health issues. As part...

 

Moose Lake students experience Thailand

On June 6, twenty-three students and adults from Moose Lake HS made the long journey to Thailand for two weeks. We started in Bangkok with a boat tour where we were able to see the Reclining Buddha...

 

A fair day at the Minnesota State Fair

This last weekend I went down to the Minnesota State Fair with my mom and couple of my sisters. I haven't been to the fair in over ten years so I was curious to go back and see what I've been missing...

 

Ask a Trooper

Question: When turning left on a blinking yellow light, should one pull into the intersection? It seems like a blinking yellow should let at least one car through, but often cars will wait behind the line, negating the ability to move traffic...

 

Agate Encores readies for its second season

Moose Lake has more musical entertainment to look forward to as Agate Encores Community Concerts readies for the start of its second season with a concert in October featuring the Twin Ports Wind...

 

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