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Articles from the October 18, 2018 edition

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MCA math scores in ML take a 'dive'

The data from last spring MCA tests were presented to the Moose Lake School Board at the monthly meeting on Monday, Oct. 15. “Unfortunately, we didn’t meet the goals for math and reading,” said...

 

Shield616 equips MLPD

All the officers at the Moose Lake Police Department have now been equipped with gear that will protect them from rifle fire. A presentation was made of four sets of gear from Shield616 on Thursday,...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    October 18, 2018

Bombers smoke out Braham in Homecoming win

It would be a chilly evening on Homecoming night when the Barnum Bombers hosted the Braham Bombers. The night quickly heated up with Barnum putting up the first points on the board with 7:09 left in...

 
 By Dewhouse    Sports    October 18, 2018

Rebels take mud bowl win

In cold, sloppy conditions the Moose Lake Willow River Rebels football team took on the Pine City Dragons last Friday. The game was in Pine City and by the end of the game you couldn't tell who was...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    October 18, 2018

Judges address upgrades to Carlton County Courthouse

Chief Judge Sally Tarnowski leading a group of local judges, some lawyers and law administrative staff addressed the Committee of the Whole meeting on October 2 regarding the needs of the court system at the Carlton County Courthouse. Judge...

 

Willow River Dam replacement delayed

At the October 1 Willow River City Council meeting, Mayor Brent Switzer reported that construction on the Willow River Dam replacement project has been delayed. Construction was originally slated for winter 2018, but the current schedule now has cons...

 

Fine pieces of performance art

A Broadway play is one of the finer representations of performance art. Cirque du Soleil is performance art at its finest. A person sitting on Broadway and 42nd Street in New York City with a...

 

Local woman traverses MN parks, finds comfort and companionship

Eleanor Eskuri was grieving after the death her husband, Archie, when she started to walk in the state parks in 2008. She completed walking in each of Minnesota's 72 state parks on August 22 this...

 

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