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Articles from the September 19, 2019 edition

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The education results are in

The results of the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments (MCAs) and alternate assessment Minnesota Test of Academic Skills (MTAs) for the 2018-2019 school year have been released to the public....

 

Moose Lake sets preliminary tax levy

The Moose Lake City Council set the preliminary levy at a 2 percent increase at the meeting of the council on Wednesday, Sept. 11. City Administrator Tim Peterson explained that he recommended that...

 

Potential for further housing development in Sturgeon Lake

The regular meeting of the Sturgeon Lake City Council on September 12 began with an interesting proposal brought forward by Tanner Kranz, a developer who recently purchased 13 acres of land in the...

 

Fatality in vehicle accident

On September 16th at approximately 3:48 PM Pine County dispatch received a 911 call reporting a vehicle in the Kettle River near the city of Willow River. The caller indicated people in the water and that someone was still believed to be inside the...

 

Moose Lake School Board updates priorities and goals

The Moose Lake School Board discussed updating the Strategic Goals for the next three to five years at a special meeting of the board on Tuesday, Sept. 10. The categories for goals are: Student...

 

Storage container ordinance at standstill in Barnum

No information was available about a change in the ordinance to ban storage containers within the city at the meeting of the Barnum City Council on Monday, Sept. 9, due to the absence of City Clerk...

 

Rebels take on Broncos

Last Friday, September 13, the 2-0 International Falls Broncos took the 194-mile trip down to Willow River to take on the 2-0 Rebels. In this section 7AA matchup, the Rebels kicked off to the Broncos to start the game. After allowing a few first...

 

Tigers pounce on Rebels

The Rebels hosted the Cherry Tigers on September 16, falling to the Tigers in shutout game 0-3. While it was apparent the Tigers had some communication issues on the court, the ferocity of their...

 

Lumberjacks chop Rebels' winning streak

The Rebels hosted the Cloquet Lumberjacks on September 10, for a game of three sets dominated by the Lumberjacks who won 0-3. The Lumberjacks started out the first set with a short serving streak ende...

 

Lady Rebels take a loss in Esko

ML/WR volleyball girls played Esko last Thursday (Sept 12th). The Rebels started the game out with Donna Mae Smith serving and jumped out to a 2-0 lead. The game went back and forth in the scoring with Esko consistently maintaining a 2-3 point lead...

 

JV/Jr. High runners compete in Hermantown

The ML/WR/Barnum Cross Country Varsity runners had the week off, but the JV and Jr. High competed in Hermantown at a run that was specifically for the JV and Jr. High kids. The run was divided into 3 races (7th, 8th, and 9th). The 7th grade girls...

 

Indomitable spirit

Okay, I’m talking about volleyball again; or rather, the things at a volleyball game that don’t necessarily go into the sports articles. If you’ve ever gone to a sporting event, you know that th...

 

Ask a Trooper

Question: Does the new hands-free law apply to tractors, lawn mowers and UTVs? Answer: The hands-free law applies to all motor vehicles. A motor vehicle would include tractors and lawn mowers on a street or highway. The hands-free law would not apply...

 

Continuing education

I graduated from law school in 1993, completing three years of formal legal education, in addition to my college degree. But for lawyers and judges, learning is always an ongoing process. The law evolves and changes over time, and it’s extremely...

 

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