Ok, so it's not quite winter yet, but snow is coming and it's getting cold. Sooner or later we will get the big one. Maybe it's time to start preparing. These are items you might not think to put in your car but can save you or your family's life.
With the change in the weather, and the snow falling. It's time to start thinking about having some emergency things in your car in case you don't make it to your destination. These things may also include tools to dig you out of a snow bank.
We don't have snow on the ground, YET, but it is that time of the year, and indications are that snow is soon to come. Right now is the time you should be preparing your care for items to have if you break down or are stuck somewhere.
You might want to keep a few pans and jugs of water around on January 14 if you live in the Kenwood neighborhood. City crews are planning a temporary water shut-off for the neighborhood while they replace an inoperable fire hydrant on North Road.
Officials with the Cloquet Police Department are sharing that they have determined what the problem was with their emergency weather sirens and they have fixed the problem. The malfuntion was caused by a blown fuse/breaker on the electronic board for the siren was the culprit...
The Cloquet Police Department is alerting residents that the emergency sirens that they are hearing today - Tuesday, May 13 - is part of a test. The emergency weather siren malfunctioned last week as part of a test procedure and workers are trying to correct it today...
Winter is not letting go of the Northland, having said that, we are approaching a large storm that will potentially drop a lot of snow on this area. What if you are caught somewhere and getting out of your car is not an option.