The recent ‘Shining Stars’ event at Staples-Motley Elementary
It was spring time at Storytime at the Staples Public Library.
The Staples-Motley boys and girls track and field teams both won at
Reports from a few people fishing at Dower Lake in Staples May
Art students at Motley-Staples Middle School recently completed work on three signs which they created to share Cardinal Spirit with the community. They are pictured May 9, with one of the signs that was installed along Hwy 10 just west of Motley. Standing, from left, Jeff Sterriker, school bus driver; Bryan Stevens, City of Motley Maintenance Asst.; students Elsa Erickson, Cadynce Ferris, Kendra Shoup, Sadie Richter, Bailey Weiland, Tucker Braith; Bruce Brotherton, City of Motley’s Public Works Director; s
New signs promoting Cardinal Spirit will greet travelers entering t
Crews from Hunt Electric of Duluth and sub-contractor Ray Riihiluoma, Inc. out of Cloquet were busy May 9, as construction continued on the new electrical vehicle charge station located just east of BRICKS Travel Center in Motley. Crew members at the scene included Scott Beatty, Norm Petersen, Jim Kidd, Stacy Paulson, Cohen Nelson. (Staples World photo by Dawn Timbs)
The City of Motley will soon be home to a solar-powered electric ve
Art students at Motley-Staples Middle School recently completed work on three signs which they created to share Cardinal Spirit with the community. They are pictured May 9, with one of the signs that was installed along Hwy 10 just west of Motley. Standing, from left, Jeff Sterriker, school bus driver; Bryan Stevens, City of Motley Maintenance Asst.; students Elsa Erickson, Cadynce Ferris, Kendra Shoup, Sadie Richter, Bailey Weiland, Tucker Braith; Bruce Brotherton, City of Motley’s Public Works Director; s
Crews from Hunt Electric of Duluth and sub-contractor Ray Riihiluoma, Inc. out of Cloquet were busy May 9, as construction continued on the new electrical vehicle charge station located just east of BRICKS Travel Center in Motley. Crew members at the scene included Scott Beatty, Norm Petersen, Jim Kidd, Stacy Paulson, Cohen Nelson. (Staples World photo by Dawn Timbs)
The Lakewood Health System (LHS) Foundation will be distributing free bicycle helmets at its clinics to area children as part of its an annual “Helmets Worth Wearing” program.  The program will kick off on Tuesday, May 28, and will continue through Wednesday, June 5. Children of all ages will be...
The Staples-Motley School Board started making plans for the outcome of the school referendum, whether the proposal passes or not. At a May 6 work session, the board learned that a design kickoff will start May 20 if the referendum passes, with the design phase going from June to August. Work on...
The public had two opportunities recently to hear an overview about the proposed referendum in the Staples-Motley School District and to participate in a question and answer session at the end of each. One session was held at the high school and the other at the middle school. ‘Build 2170’ is the...
Former school employee Bruce Drone asked the board about the cost of the Twin City Optical building that the school purchased and asked if the school considered putting classes in that building. The school is planning on moving the business office to that building. Superintendent Ron Bratlie said...

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Ethel Marie Dezell, 88, of Staples died Sunday, May 12, 2019 at Lakewood Care Center in Staples.Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 17 at Staples United Methodist Church with Rev...

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