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Articles from the November 15, 2018 edition

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Uptick in drug overdose fatalities

There has been an unusual number of drug overdose fatalities on reservations, reported Tony Bastien, investigator for the Carlton County Sheriff’s Office at the Nov. 7 meeting of the Carlton County...

 

MnDOT awards grant to Moose Lake

The City of Moose Lake is proud to announce that it has been awarded a $600,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Transportation Local Partnership Program. This grant will partially fund a...

 

Mercy Hospital board discusses single payer healthcare

Mercy Hospital CEO Mike Delfs spoke about the candidates in the upcoming election and his concerns about their promotions of changing the health insurance system at the meeting of the Mercy Hospital...

 

Despite initial trepidation over MCA scores, ML resident regains confidence

Byron Kuster of Moose Lake was very concerned about the low MCA (Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment) scores at the Moose Lake Community School that came out in early October. The tests were given in...

 

Clean audit in Sturgeon Lake

An “outstanding (voter) turnout” was reported by Clerk Carole Lahti at Sturgeon Lake’s regular city council meeting on Friday, November 9. Lahti also noted an uptick in registration. “A lot...

 

Zmyslony files for recount, voter turnout reaches record

Following impressive turnout to August’s primary elections, Carlton County voters again participated in high numbers in last Tuesday’s midterm election with 80.64 percent of eligible voters...

 

Time for goodbye

This may come off a bit morbid, but I've been thinking a lot about mortality these past few days. I've been thinking of how scared many are of it, how we do almost anything to prevent the inevitable....

 

Tripping into the future

For a moment, I felt like a rock star this morning. I’m talking about the one in the commercial who appears on stage in front of 50,000 screaming Cleveland fans and yells into the microphone,...

 
 By Dewhouse    Sports    November 15, 2018

Rebels' great season comes to a close

The Moose Lake-Willow River Rebel football team traveled to Brainerd to take on the Barnesville Trojans in the first round of the state football tournament last Friday night. The Rebels committed...

 
 By Staff Report    News    November 15, 2018

Road concerns raised in Windemere

Based on recommendations from the township’s first ever audit, the Windemere Township Board of Supervisors agreed to move $400,000 from the general fund to the township’s investment portfolio for better interest earnings. Treasurer Ron Mossberg r...

 

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