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Articles from the October 10, 2013 edition

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 By Lois Johnson    News    October 10, 2013

Fires of 1918

“SEARCHERS FIND 569 BODIES” and “DEATH TOLL MOUNTS HIGH” the headlines proclaimed in the Duluth News-Tribune on October 15, 1918, just three days after horrific forest fires swept through...

 By Lois Johnson    News    October 10, 2013

Capital investment committee visits school

The Minnesota Senate Capital Investment Committee heard from city officials about the plans to upgrade Riverside Arena and from Superintendent Robert Indihar about the request for $20 million in...

 By Dan Reed    News    October 10, 2013

Carlton County board seeks input on Sandpiper oil line route

Carlton County Board of Commissioners Chairman Bob Olean, after a lengthy discussion about the proposed Enbridge Sandpiper Oil Pipeline from the Dakota oil fields to the Superior, Wisconsin, terminal, asked for public input by affected landowners....

 By Tim Franklin    News    October 10, 2013

PCHS asks county for more support

The Pine County Historical Society will be asking for more financial support from the county in 2014. About 12 historical society members appeared before the county board last week to ask for more financial support. Last year, the group received...

 By Staff reports    News    October 10, 2013

Flood mitigation plan approved

Denise Baran of the Pine County Sheriff’s Office reported the county’s flood mitigation plan has been approved by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), likely before the partial federal government shutdown. Federal buyouts of 39 flood-d...


Mother, daughter on mission trip to Haiti

What did Sturgeon Lake resident Thane Sheetz say when Cathy, his wife told him she wanted to go on a missions trip to Haiti? “I guess the first thing I thought was, well of course you do,” said...


The great small-town race

Last week a casual conversation about a small town in South Dakota morphed into a story about small-town races. The days of outhouse and lawnmower racing in Pukwana, South Dakota, led me to research...

 By Al Rose    Sports    October 10, 2013

Rebels demolish Warriors

The 6-0 and second-ranked Rebels earned their 60th consecutive regular season win as they ran, passed and demolished the 4-2 Deer River Warriors with a 45-0 shutout victory in Willow River on Friday,...


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