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Articles from the November 21, 2019 edition

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Council considers police department budget changes

Moose Lake’s city council will be looking into options to reduce costs at the police department. Councilor Walter Lower III brought up his concerns over the current budget at the regular city...

 

Moose Lake Motel to be demolished

The Moose Lake Motel, a long time business on Arrowhead Lane, will be demolished before the end of the year. The motel has been sitting empty and blocked off since March of this year when a fire left...

 

2019 Outstanding Conservationist creating a legacy

Most people want to leave a legacy, to know that their lives mattered, to leave a contribution of some sort for future generations. But many, however, don't consciously think about what they want...

 

Follow these Thanksgiving travel safety tips

The week of Thanksgiving is a busy time of the year to travel that's marked by a large number of people traveling to see loved ones. In 2017, AAA projected 50.9 million Americans would journey 50...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    November 21, 2019

FDL Band, County discuss sewer and zoning issues

A meeting is being scheduled to work out differences in a proposed footprint of service for the Big Lake Area Sanitary District. At the regular meeting of the Carlton County Board on November 12, the board reviewed several topics that were brought...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    November 21, 2019

Lady Rebels Hockey win 1, lose 1

The Lady Rebels Hockey traveled to Silver Bay to take on the North Shore Storm on November 12. Sandra Ribich scored first for the Rebels at 3:53 in the first period with an unassisted goal. Rebels'...

 

School Board to keep status quo

The Moose Lake School Board did not take any decisive action regarding the one-acre piece of property near the old school building. At the special meeting of the board on November 12, Superintendent...

 

Rebels grad tackles college football

Bryceton Butkiewicz from Kettle River is a sophomore at the College of Saint Scholastica and a running back on the Saints football team. Butkiewicz is a MLHS graduate who played 4 sports as a MLWR...

 

Talking holiday stress management with U of M

For many, the winter holiday season - filled with gift-buying, travel and entertaining - is the most stressful time of year. Mary Jo Kreitzer with the University of Minnesota talks about why the...

 

Safe winter driving tips

Question: Can you provide some winter driving safety tips? Answer: Driving on the highway during the winter months requires more attention than ever. While summer months are the deadliest on Minnesota roads, wintertime leads to the most crashes and...

 

Moose Lake Public Library Corner

Hi friends! In typical Minnesota fashion, the pretty fall leaves and crisp air quickly turned snowy and freezing. We might as well make the most of it, because I think it’s here to stay a while. Feel free to check out our new books, DVDs, and audio...

 

Sandstone wants input

The Sandstone Economic Development Authority has contracted with Dovetail Partners, Inc. to conduct a feasibility study on the potential for an ATV/Off-Highway Motorcycle training area and technical riding course on city owned property in Section 21...

 

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