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Articles from the December 20, 2018 edition

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Moose Lake 2019 tax levy sees 2% increase

The Moose Lake City Council discussed the Small Area Land Plan at the monthly meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 12. The plan for the school district property had been shown to the public at a presentation...

 
 By Dan Reed    News    December 20, 2018

County board agrees to waterline expansion

“The stars are in alignment,” commented Twin Lakes Township Chairperson Diane Felde-Fink at the Carlton County Regular County Board meeting on December 11. “We are now preparing for our proposal for the State Bonding Bill.” The Highway 210...

 

ICS recommends referendum

Lynn Dyer and Kevin Warmuth of ICS met with the Moose Lake School Board to once again narrow down the list of facilities that is needed to finish the athletic complex at the Moose Lake school on...

 
 By Shawn Jansen    News    December 20, 2018

Pine County juvenile justice continues to make progress

Pine County Probation is moving ahead in its vision to reform juvenile justice in the county. Terry Fawcett, Pine County probation director, told a room full of community stakeholders at the Pine County Courthouse Wednesday, December 12, that he no...

 
 By Staff Report    News    December 20, 2018

Mikrot will read water meters in Willow River

Reading the water meters in the city of Willow River was a volunteer effort in the month of November. Four members of the community, including Councilor Vickie Whitehouse, Mayor Brent Switzer and City Water/Sewer Billing Clerk Kathi Bennett and her...

 

Is mental wellbeing on your Christmas list this year?

Has the holiday season ever come with more feelings of depression than excitement and hope? You are not alone - the holidays can be a difficult and stressful time for many. Maybe this is the first...

 

Rebuilding after the fire, pt. 2

Editor’s Note: The devastating forest fire of Oct. 12, 1918, destroyed Kettle River and Moose Lake. The rebuilding process began the following year, as reported in the pages of the Star-Gazette....

 

State of the city of Cromwell

My second year as mayor has been just as busy and exciting as my first year. One big difference was that I didn’t have as much to learn, although there always is a lot to learn. I feel we have made a lot of progress and I want to share that with...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    December 20, 2018

Bombers crush the Hunters

The Barnum Bombers hosted the Duluth-Denfeld Hunters on the Thusday, December 13. The Bombers would dominate the Hunters 97-51. Showing no fear, the Bombers took an early lead from the Hunters as...

 
 By Irishdew    Sports    December 20, 2018

Victories at Pillager and Cook County

Moose Lake-Willow River boys basketball team had to travel far to play their games last week. Tuesday, December 11, the Rebels made their way to Pillager to compete. Pillager had only two seniors just like the Rebels. Half of their varsity players...

 

MLA girls' hockey takes a loss

The Moose Lake Area Rebels girls hockey team fell to a tough Hibbing-Chisholm team 6-0 on Thursday, Dec. 13. Julia Jusczak got her in her first varsity action in goal this season, and faced 15 shots in the opening period, stopping 13 shots. Jo...

 

Boys' hockey ties with Ely

The Moose Lake Area Rebels boys hockey team tied Ely 3-3 in a home game on Friday. With the tie, the Rebels are now 1-5-1 on the season. Danny Whited was in net for the Rebels, stopping 29 of 32 shots in the game. The Rebels outshot Ely 43-32, which...

 

Lady Rebels take on top team

The Lady Rebels traveled to Mountain Iron to take on the Rangers of MIB. The Rebels were able to keep the game close in the 1st half. The Rangers took an early 6-0 lead in the first three and a half minutes, but the Rebels were able to bounce back...

 
 By Dan Lingle    Sports    December 20, 2018

Bombers fall to Rangers

The Crosby-Ironton Rangers rolled into Barnum to take on the Bombers on Friday, December 14. They would take down the home team, 66-41. No mercy was shown by the Rangers to the Bombers, as they...

 

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