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PHS Addams Family play delayed one week

October 28, 2021

  The Proctor High School’s Drama Club production of the Addams Family scheduled for this weekend has been postponed one week.   The production, based on the 1960’s television show will be staged November 5 – 7 in the PHS Auditorium.  The curtain will raise Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.  Sunday will nr 2…

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Proctor, advances to 7AA Quarterfinals

October 28, 2021

The Rails volleyball team advances to face Pine City in the quarterfinals while the Eskomos will be matched up against Rush City.   Proctor got the sweep over Two Harbors 3-0 in the first round of the Section 7AA volleyball tournament. The Rails will face Pine City in the quarterfinals   Esko also won by…

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County Attorney gets student investigation

October 25, 2021

The St. Louis County Attorney’s Office received the referral from the Proctor Police Department following the recent criminal investigation involving some members of the Proctor High School football program.   The Attorney’s office released the press release immediately. Proctor Police officers barely made it back to the office before the press release was emailed to…

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Boys, girls win section soccer titles

October 23, 2021

  Both the mens and womens Proctor soccer teams have advanced to the State Class A Tournament.  The two Rail teams were the only ones in their section to enter the 7A tournament with a win streak.  Each had a three win streak. Boys over Hilltoppers 3-0 The Hilltoppers may have controlled possession, and out-shot…

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Proctor, Greenway, named top teams in Section 7AA

October 23, 2021

    Seeds for the upcoming Section 7AA Volleyball Tournaments were announced on Friday with numerous area teams set to host opening round games.   In the southern half of the bracket, Proctor earned the No. 1 seed and will play host to No. 8 Two Harbors.   The winner advances to face either #4 Pine…

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Police release statement on investigation

October 21, 2021

The Proctor Police Department released a statement late Wednesday, October 20 concerning the Rails football investigation.   The middle of the statement frustration surfaced that “Media queries, rumors, speculation, social media posts and unfounded reports have severely hindered and delayed this investigation and have done nothing for the well-being and privacy of those involved.”  …

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Investigation into “student misconduct” to wrap up

October 19, 2021

After more than a month long investigation the Proctor Police Department were going to send the substantially thick report “ . . . .  to the juvenile county attorney early this week,” Proctor Chief Kent Gaidis said.   The city’s SRO (School Resorce Officer) and the departments sargent have finished all interviews surrounding the investigation…

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Girls, boys in section championship Tues.

October 18, 2021

Legacy Christian will meet Proctor in the section final Tuesday night at Esko.   The Rails beat Duluth Marshall 2 – 1 in section semifinals Saturday at Egerdahl Field.   the Rails’ Kelsey Tangen scored two first-half goals. Marshall’s Nina Thorson scored between the pair.   The Rails made the 2-1 lead hold up through…

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Proctor, Duluth Marshall in section semifinals Saturday

October 16, 2021

Proctor and Duluth Marshall will face each other in the section semifinal Saturday at noon at Proctor’s Egerdahl Field.   The sixth seeded Rails advanced Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021, from Section 7A girls soccer quarterfinals lower seeds when they beatSpectrum 2-1 on Wednesday in Elk River.   Marshall defeated Lakes International Language Academy 3-2 in…

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Homicide in Culver Township

October 16, 2021

At approximately 1:00AM on October 16, 2021, St Louis County 911 received a call from a father asking the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office to check on his son. The adult son lived at an address in rural Culver Township, north of Brookston. The reporting party  \responded to the residence and arrived before deputies. He…

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