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Articles from the October 17, 2019 edition

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Moose Lake remembers the Fires of 1918

People that attended the 101st Fires of 1918 Commemoration at the Soo Line Event Center on Saturday learned how the Village of Moose Lake and the surviving people in the area rebuilt after the fires s...

 

Francise fee coming for infrastructure improvements

The Moose Lake City Council discussed the franchise fee that will be added to electric bills to cover the cost of street and water and sewer replacements instead of assessments at the meeting of the...

 

Replacement of Willow River dam delayed

Replacement of the Willow River dam has been delayed for a year, the Willow River City Council learned after receiving a letter from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources early in October....

 

First National Bank celebrates 100 years

Over the past year, First National Bank of Moose Lake has been celebrating its 100 year anniversary with contributions to the community. Staff helped put together new picnic tables for the city park,...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    October 17, 2019

Estimated price of Presidential Primary rises

Auditor/Treasurer Kathy Korteum received Carlton County Board approval to hire a part time election clerk for a job shadow of an Auditor’s clerk who is due to retire. Approval was given up to four months but Korteum said that she expected it to tak...

 

More discussion on housing project in Sturgeon Lake

Tanner Krauz met with the Sturgeon Lake City Council once again to give more information about his housing project at the meeting of the council on Thursday, Oct. 10. Krauz explained that he owns 13...

 

Pine County K9 Chaos needs your vote!

Jennifer Yocum-Stans The Pine County K-9 team of Deputy Aaron Boarchardt and his partner Chaos are up for a unique opportunity. They have been selected as finalists to win a brand new Chevrolet Tahoe...

 

St. Luke's Urologist to visit patients at Gateway Clinic

Dr. Matthew Emme with St. Luke’s Urology Associates will start seeing patients on a monthly basis at Gateway Family Health Clinic on Friday, October 18. Dr. Emme joined St. Luke’s Urology Associates in 2006 and is board certified by the American...

 
 By Press Release    News    October 17, 2019

DNR regional wildlife managers detail what deer hunters can expect

Nearly half a million firearms deer hunters are preparing for the season that opens Saturday, Nov. 9, and offers opportunity to spend time with friends and family, find adventure outdoors and put venison in the freezer. Hunters help keep deer...

 

The five primary theories of punishment

Recently, I attended a lecture by a doctor of philosophy, who had some strong criticisms of the criminal justice system and how it handles punishment. It was certainly thought provoking. For many judges, we are so caught up in the day-to-day...

 

Ask a Trooper

Question: I have a rather random, but seasonally appropriate question: with harvest season upon us and with slow moving farm vehicles/implements on roadways, is it permissible to pass a slow-moving farm implement on Minnesota highways in a...

 
 By Irishdew    Sports    October 17, 2019

Rebels square off against Crosby-Ironton

Last Friday, October 11, the Moose Lake Willow River Rebels traveled to Crosby-Ironton's snowy field to take on the Rangers. The wind was blowing the cold snow making the field white and difficult to...

 

Koecher, Sheetz and Petty are 2019 Cross Country Polar League Champs

The 2019 Polar League Cross Country championships were held Thursday, October 10 in Grand Marais, MN at the Pincushion Trails. The top 10 runners in the varsity race are conference champions. This years champions for ML/WR/Barnum are Maverick...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    October 17, 2019

Bombers battle Pine City Dragons

The Barnum Bombers faced a tough Dragons volleyball team when they headed to Pine City on October 14. The first set saw the Bombers and Dragons fighting hard to beat one another in a back and forth...

 

Rebels lose in 3 to Proctor

Thursday, October 10, the MLWR volleyball team hosted the Proctor Rails. The night was not only honoring the seniors (DonnaMae Smith, Ellen Anderson, Maddie Prachar, Michael Olsonmanager, and Maddie Radzak - cheerleader) but also the survivors of...

 

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