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Articles from the October 4, 2018 edition

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 By Dan Reed    News    October 4, 2018

Carlton County sets proposed budget, projected 4.5% increase

Carlton County Board approved a proposed 2019 budget at their September 24 Adjourned Session with a projected 4.5 percent increase, which is the same as last year. More work needs to be done and historically the final budget and levy usually are...

 
 By Dan Reed    Local News    October 4, 2018

Cromwell-Wright School breaks ground for tech addition

Ground breaking for a $5+ million Industrial Technology Addition to the Cromwell-Wright School occurred September 21 with a strong presence from area labor leaders and Cromwell-Wright area citizens....

 

Changing history books, altering the future

Moose Lake Social Studies students learned about the migration routes of early man on Friday, Sept. 21, when they listened to Terry Kero, a former Moose Lake resident and author of the trilogy, "Walki...

 
 By Dewhouse    Sports    October 4, 2018

Rebels lose at home to Mustangs

Under chilly skies, with game time temps hovering around 40 degrees, the Moose Lake-Willow River football team took on the Mora Mustangs at home last Friday. The Mustangs, ranked 15th in class 3A...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    October 4, 2018

Bombers roll through Jags

The Barnum Bombers football hosted the Hinckley-Finlayson Jaguars on the gridiron Friday, September 28, Parents' Night for the Bombers. The home team kicked off the ball to begin the night, the...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    October 4, 2018

Vikings sink Bombers

The Barnum Bombers volleyball team was on the road once again September 27, taking the long drive to Grand Marais to take on the Cook County Vikings. The Vikings put up a strong defense, making the...

 

Runners achieve personal records at largest one-day meet

The MLWRB Cross Country team competed in Grand Rapids on Tuesday, September 18 and then on Saturday, September 22 at the Milaca Mega Meet. The junior high girls' team started off strong. Rayna Klejeski won the junior high girls' race in a time of...

 
 By Wick Fisher    Opinion    October 4, 2018

Quitting or retiring?

I have been writing short stories for the United States Postal Service and small hometown newspapers for the past 30 years. Beginning in the 80s, my columns of “Ask the Postmaster” circulated...

 
 By Paul Marvin    Opinion    October 4, 2018

Just try a bite and you might like it

Most kids growing up in the North Country have heard the same line from their parental units. "Just try a bite, you might like it." Stubborn kids like me had attempted not to heed this advice more...

 

MLWR Volleyball

Tuesday, September 18, vs. Mora, MLWR wins in five sets Set #1 - Home: 25, Opponent: 20 DonnaMae Smith - 3 Attack ATM, 8 Set AST, 2 Serve ATM, 4 Dig, 1 Dig ERR Jamie Benzie - 6 Attack ATM, 1 Attack...

 

Moose Lake native performs on stages across the world

Editor's Note: Prudence Johnson, singer, and Dan Chouinard, pianist, will be performing in a concert at the Moose Lake Community School auditorium on Sunday, Oct. 14, at 4 p.m. Johnson is a Moose Lake...

 

Pushing Chain comes to Moose Lake

Pushing Chain is Boyd Blomberg on guitar and vocals and Adam Moe on fiddle and vocals. They have been playing together for 20 years, almost seven as Pushing Chain, and Sorrows Always Swim is their...

 

Arts education gives students a reason to celebrate!

As our students begin the school year it is important for us to remember the impact of education in our schools, homes and communities. For decades, research has shown that when students participate in the arts as a part of their education, they go...

 

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