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Articles from the September 26, 2019 edition

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Questions of safety and discipline

It was anything but a normal meeting of the Willow River School Board on September 17. A number of parents attended and the board listened in a somber mood as two parents gave heart-wrenching,...

 

Willow River man charged with vehicular homicide

On September 18, formal charges were filed against the driver of the vehicle involved in the incident on September 16 in the Kettle River. Preston Paul Prokasky of Willow River was charged by the...

 

Former Berube Auto Sales in Barnum has new owners

W. B. Auto Sales are the new owners of the former Berube Auto Sales in Barnum. Noe Bravo and Tim Williams have purchased the business and are selling vehicles on the site or by special order. Bravo...

 

Barnum welcomes new high school principal

Gregg Campbell has come home. He is the new high school principal for the Barnum School District. "I married into the Barnum School District and both of our children are students at the Barnum Element...

 

Final levy for Moose Lake School may go down

The levy for the Moose Lake School District will probably go down, reported Business Manager Kara Burn to the Moose Lake School Board at its monthly meeting on Monday, Sept. 16. “The taxpayers will...

 

Barnum School sets maximum preliminary levy

The Barnum School Board set the 2019, payable 2020, preliminary levy at the maximum at the monthly meeting of the board on Tuesday, Sept. 17. The board will discuss the levy and budget at the Dec. 3...

 

Rebels unable to catch Mustangs

On September 17, the Rebels hosted the Mora Mustangs for three sets of volleyball action. In the first set, the Mustangs took the early lead, but with a lot of hustling from the Rebels and a spike by...

 
 By Irishdew    Sports    September 26, 2019

Shutout win against undefeated Gobblers

On Friday night in Aitkin the Moose Lake Willow River Rebels defeated the Gobblers 20-0. Aitkin was ranked seventh in the state QRF ratings Class AAA and MLWR was ranked fifth in the state Class AA....

 

Rebels take on South Ridge Panthers

On September 19, the Rebels hosted the South Ridge Panthers for three intense sets of volleyball. The Rebels started the first set displaying much more cohesive teamwork than their previous match agai...

 

Bombers fall to Grizzlies

The Barnum Bombers hosted the Grizzlies of North Woods on Friday, September 20th for the Bombers' Homecoming game. The Grizzlies was the first team to strike as they took the ball and marched it up th...

 

Rebel runners compete in Grand Rapids and Milaca

The ML/WR/Barnum Cross Country team ran in two separate races this past week. Tuesday (Sept 17th) they were in Grand Rapids at the Paul Bauer Invitational. It was a hot and muggy day but the runners gave it their all with a “no quit” attitude....

 

Growing up in the wake of Columbine

When I was in second grade at a school in Virginia Beach, Virginia, I remember a young boy about my age being taken out of school in handcuffs. It was in the wake of the Columbine shooting in 1999....

 

Ask a Trooper

Question: Can you give some advice on driving in fog? The fog became one car-length dense the other day and it became a dangerous situation. Answer: Driving when the weather limits your visibility can be a challenge for all of us on the road. You...

 

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