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Articles from the October 25, 2018 edition

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Moose Lake purchases new squad vehicles

The Moose Lake City Council approved the purchase of two squad vehicles at the monthly meeting of the council on Wednesday, Oct. 10. Sergeant Mike McNulty, who reported to the council as Chief Bryce...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    October 25, 2018

Carlton Co. Board will buy current Cloquet City Hall

The Carlton County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved to buy the present Cloquet City Hall for $750,000 paid over six years with no interest at their Regular Meeting on Monday, October 9. “Opportunities to find space at a reasonable price...

 

Kettle River refurbishes water tower

Refurbishing the water tower in Kettle River is underway. Bernadine Reed, the city clerk, reported that work on the tower began the week of Oct. 15. “They cleaned the inside and coated it with an...

 

Age to Age starts up in Barnum

Age to Age is coming to Barnum. Lynn Haglin, vice president, and Jan Amys, program associate, met with members of the Barnum community on Thursday, Oct. 11, to explain about the Northland...

 

Willow River approves new playground sets

Students who performed well on their Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments last spring received commendation from the Willow River School Board at their regular meeting Tuesday, October 16....

 

Wick's lyrics, gimmicks and limericks

Some things are best when left unsaid. In my world, “little pitchers have big ears,” meant to watch what you say in front of your young children because at some point it will come back to haunt yo...

 
 By Dewhouse    Sports    October 25, 2018

Rebels take down the Gobblers to close out the regular season

In the final regular season game for both teams, the Class AA 15th ranked MLWR Rebels took on the 16th ranked Aitkin Gobblers. The game was held at the Willow River field with pretty good weather...

 

Emphasizing phonics

As the superintendent I get put in situations where I am constantly learning new things. Last year we were not satisfied with our reading scores and I spent time going over the latest research on teaching reading. We were seeing a trend we did not...

 

Upcoming opportunities to help

Our school board has made the commitment to replace some of our playground sets. Outdoor recess is a necessary part of our students’ day. Kids love the opportunity to run, play, and renew their physical and mental energies. Upgraded playground...

 

MLWRB Girls' Varsity takes first

The Proctor Lions Invitational was an exciting day for the Moose Lake-Willow River-Barnum (MLWRB) Cross Country meet. They started out the meet by winning both the Girls' Single-A JV and Varsity...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    October 25, 2018

Lady Bombers play to five

Bombers' volleyball started their playoff season on the road, headed up the North Shore to Silver Bay to take on the Mariners. In the first set, the Bombers would struggle to find their pace on the...

 

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