100 years after Jack Rautio left Finland, the family reconnects thanks to a letter to the editor
It all started with a letter to the Pine Journal. “Since 1995 I have searched for information about my mother’s uncle who went to America in 1911 fro...
Concerns were voiced over a couple of traffic-related issues that affect the senior citizens of the county during the March meeting of the Carlton County Triad group.
The Carlton County Historical Society will hold its first quarterly membership meeting of 2011 at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 26, at the CCHS museum, 406 Cloquet Ave., Cloquet.
David Joshua Annette and Rachel Charlotte Defoe had earlier been charged with two counts each of intentional second-degree murder in the deaths of Kim Schmitz and Thomas Holm.RELATED CONTENT
MnDOT will be working on a shorter stretch of Interstate 35 this summer, probably meaning fewer traffic tangles and faster commutes.
Ken Fox knew the game was far from done. Following a string of buckets that gave his Fond du Lac Ojibwe boys basketball team an 11-point lead with four minutes left on state-ranked Chisholm – coached by legendary Bob McDonald – Fox pointed out the reality to his bunch during a timeout.RELATED CONTENT
This winter, Neil Dickenson had yet to coach his big, burly Moose Lake-Willow River boys basketball team in game where they failed to hit a 3-pointer.RELATED CONTENT
David Michael Smith, 49, of Cloquet was sentenced to 18 months in prison Wednesday in Carlton County Court on two separate felony charges of burglary in the second degree. Smith pleaded guilty to entering a home on Selmser Avenue in Cloquet during the daytime hours of Monday, Oct. 11, 2010, while the homeowner was away and taking a large container of coins as well as several bills. He also admitted to burglarizing that same residence on Sept. 21, at which time he took several thousand dollars in cash.
The Cloquet School Board will face some tough decisions in the coming months after they simultaneously voted to adopt a full-day kindergarten program, as well as authorized administrators to look into cutting up to $500,000 from next year’s budget.RELATED CONTENT
Christopher Loyd Ivey, 40, pleaded guilty last Wednesday to attempting escape from the Minnesota Sexual Offender Program (MSOP) in Moose Lake on June 19, 2010.