Wrenshall News


05/15/2018 11:25 PM  ~~~Source~~~
TKDA named city engineer in Scanlon, Wrenshall 

TKDA, an employee-owned engineering, architecture and planning services company, has been named city engineer for the cities of Scanlon and Wrenshall. Jeff Goetzman, PE, will serve and represent each city as its official city engineer of record, functioning as an extension of each city's staff.


03/22/2018 10:26 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Sheriff's Office: No Direct Threat to Wrenshall Students 

The Carlton County Sheriff's Office says it has determined that there was no direct threat towards any Wrenshall student in an online conversation involving students from the school. A former Wrenshall student allegedly made threats in an Instagram chat room that's also used by several current students.


11/14/2017 08:54 AM  ~~~Source~~~
Solar-Powered Learning: UMD to purchase solar energy from Minnesota Power 

UMD is showing support of solar energy development and sustainability in northern Minnesota with a 100 kilowatt block purchase at the new Minnesota Power community solar garden in Wrenshall. University of Minnesota UMD is showing support of solar energy development and sustainability in northern Minnesota with a 100 kilowatt block purchase at the new Minnesota Power community solar garden in Wrenshall.


11/02/2017 10:38 AM  ~~~Source~~~
UMD to purchase solar energy from Minnesota Power 

Duluth, MN - UMD is showing support of solar energy development and sustainability in northern Minnesota with a 100 kilowatt block purchase at the new Minnesota Power community solar garden in Wrenshall. Chancellor Lendley Black will make the announcement at Minnesota Power's event celebrating the near completion of its one megawatt solar array at 424 County Road 101 in Wrenshall on Thursday, November 2. Remarks are scheduled from 10 - 10:30 a.m. and will be followed by a walking tour of the area.


10/26/2017 10:49 PM  ~~~Source~~~
Duluth School District's Interest Rates Up After Bond Rating Downgraded 

This will mean higher interest rates for paying off the districts debts, but more alarmingly, it also reflects the small amount of reserve money the district has. "We're down graded down to Ba1," school board member, Art Johnston, said.