- Public Notices September 16, 2021
- Get lost in fall fun at Ru-Ridge Corn Maze
- Moose Lake School conducts strategic planning; district looking for community input via survey
- City compost site sparks debate
- E-Edition September 16, 2021
- Rebels defeated Broncos 55-0
- Barnum Bombers defeat East Central Eagles
- Jon Lampel
- Public Notices September 9, 2021
- Public Notices September 2, 2021
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At approximately 10:50 a.m. on September 11, twenty years after the Twin Towers collapsed in New York City, volunteers in Willow River City Park were raising and dedicating a flag pole donated by the Sturgeon Lake Hansen Anderson American Legion Post 361. The Willow River City Park has been …
The last weekend of summer was celebrated with fun, sun and mud at Howie’s Mud Bog. Labor Day weekend has been the long time host weekend for the annual mud bog outside of Finlayson, Minn. Two new race tracks were introduced this year.
Moose Lake/Willow River (MLWR) volley ball started their season with a 3-2 win against East Central on August 30. Gabby Gamst led the Lady Rebels in kills with nine. Olivia Jutila had the highest number of set assists for the MLWR team with 18. Julia Jusczak had 18 digs, the highest number…
Moose Lake Community Schools welcomes three new members to their staff. Anna Bjorsen, will be teaching Fourth Grade. Shelby Lonne-Rogentine will be teaching English to grades 7 through 12. Cathy Scheetz will be joining the staff as a Reading Interventionist for grades 4 to 8.
Bicyclist road through Willow River in a two day bike ride to raise awareness for AIDS and HIV. Camp One Heartland was the start and end for cyclists on a wilderness ride to Duluth.
4-Hers, drivers, horse racers, vendors and fair-goers all enjoyed a sunny weekend of fun in Barnum. The 130th Carlton County Horse Races were Saturday and Sunday. Events were held each night in the arena including races and a demolition derby. 4-H exhibitions were held all weekend with many …
After a year apart, due to COVID-19, Kettle River community members were able to come together and celebrate Ma and Pa Kettle Days. Area kids were able to compete in a relay race for prizes, community members were able to enjoy live music and entertainment and everyone was on the hunt for th…