Articles from the November 29, 2018 edition

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Consultants give report to ML school

The results of the staff, students, school board and community meetings were presented to the Moose Lake School Board by ICS staff at the monthly meeting of the board on Monday, Nov. 19. The school...

 

Dinner theater a tradition at Oak Lake Lutheran

With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror and Christmas music playing at every turn, your heart may not be with your head quite yet when it comes to getting into the Christmas Spirit. Never fear, for O...

 

Power Commission updated on new power provider

Plans to switch over to a new power provider were discussed at the meeting of the Moose Lake Power Commission on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Jessica Darling of AEP, the company that will be supplying power to...

 

Questions over blight procedure, cost

Questions of blight procedure and cost were brought up at Sturgeon Lake’s regular city council meeting on Friday, November 9. In October, Sturgeon Lake residents had attended the meeting with...

 

Always go to other people's funerals

In a recent column I presented myself as a longtime fan of malaprops, morphisms, and a general stewing up a pot of words using the English language for ingredients. It was during our annual...

 

Use of e-cigarettes, dress code discussed

The use of e-cigarettes and the dress code were two areas of concern that the Student Council representative, Henry Collier, brought to the Barnum School Board at its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 20. “T...

 
 By Tim Franklin    News    November 29, 2018

Former sheriff candidate sues Pine County

A former Pine County Sheriff candidate and former sheriff’s department employee has filed a federal lawsuit against the county. Jared Rosati and his wife Wendy filed the suit last week in federal court claiming his civil rights were violated...

 
 By Traci LeBrun    News    November 29, 2018

Historical trauma presentation brought to Pine County board

Briana Michels, from the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Learning and Development Services department, addressed the Pine County Board of Commissioners earlier this month on the topic of historical trauma. This past year, the county and the Band have been...

 

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