STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Moo-ving to winter
Have a cow? Want to learn a little more about saving money while improving soil fertility? Then moo-ve yourself to Cromwell on Wednesday.
The Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota is hosting a... Posted on 12/5/13 at 12:52 PM
STAFF BLOG JIMMY JABBER Three-for-one at Black Bear
The cleverly and aptly titled Jokes, Pokes and Chokes comedy, tattoo and wrestling convention comes together in a three-way dance of hilarity, pain and mayhem t... Posted on 5/3/13 at 11:00 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Bridge Preservation DVD now on sale!
Have you ever wondered how metal truss bridges go from becoming candidates for the scrap metal pile like this one......
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STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Another of the Northland's legendary characters passes away
First, Richard Wozniak of Duluth's Young at Heart Records passed away Feb. 18 at age 94.
Now, Charlotte Zacher, the longtime owner of Charlotte's Cafe in Carlton, has died at age 99 (just a few weeks... Posted on 2/26/12 at 6:26 PM
HUNGRY FOR LIFE FREE, Music to My Ears
There is a Big Band, old fashioned dance on Saturday, March 10th from 7:30 p.m.-9 p.m. at Black Bear Otter CreekEvent Center, a spring fling.
The Spring Fling Dance Band will feature Minnesota's big ... Posted on 2/21/12 at 6:57 AM
Luke Pavelich and Anthony Miller scored third-period power-play goals to lead Duluth Marshall to a 2-1 victory over Cloquet-Esko-Carlton in a high school boys hockey game Tuesday night at Mars Lakeview Arena.
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL: Despite coaching a team that sported four sophomores and three juniors in its rotation, Carlton volleyball coach Barb Soukkala knew she had a team capable of reaching the state tournament.
Voters in both Carlton and Thomson cast ballots in overwhelming numbers to support a merger vote and form a single community. In Carlton, it was 171-10 in favor; in Thomson the vote was 61-13 in favor, according to the Minnesota Secretary of State’s Office.
So did the ball get dropped? Or maybe it would be more accurate, in the wake of a News Tribune investigation, to ask: How often did the ball get dropped in the case of a Carlton County transfer station worker charged in September with theft by swindle and theft of public funds?
The June 2012 flood devastated the town of Thomson. Every resident was forced to evacuate; some even had to be airlifted to safety. Damage from the flood remains noticeable — a few homes are boarded up and some muddy roadways remain ruined.
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