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Discussion Series Aims to Build Unity Among Faiths

A new and unique event is aimed at building more unity among people of different faiths. A series of discussions entitled 'Theology Uncapped' begin Thursday, September 28, at St. Benedict Catholic Church in Duluth. Advertisement - Content Continues Below Deacon Carl Provost of St. Rose Church in Pro

WDIO-TV - 2017-09-25 15:22:00

Highway 210 through Jay Cooke to open soon

The recovery from the flood of 2012 will reach a significant milestone with the reopening of Minnesota Highway 210 through Jay Cooke State Park - a twisting causeway of driving zen that has been five years in the remaking. "I took all of my district peers on tour there (recently)," said Duane Hill,

PINEJOURNAL.COM - 2017-09-25 12:58:00

Mothers and Sons Dance as Super Heroes

DULUTH, Minn. - There was a great opportunity for mothers and sons to get some bonding time while dressing up like their favorite characters. The Mother Son Super Hero Dance was at Clyde Iron Works in Duluth. Families could eat pizza, get super hero training, and dance the night away in their favori

FOX 21 ONLINE - 2017-09-25 02:34:22

Dirt Yard Dash Racers Get Muddy

DULUTH, Minn. - It was a great day to race around outside and get covered in mud. The third annual Dirt Yard Dash was held Sunday at the Vineyard Church in Duluth. Adults and kids got messy competing in the race that featured a swamp crawl, a ton of obstacles and, of course, a whole lot of mud. "It'

FOX 21 ONLINE - 2017-09-25 02:30:18

Recruiting teachers with a social justice hook

He asked the group of students of color whether any of them had had a teacher that looked like them. "Somebody raised their hand, but it wasn't in Duluth," he said. "It was just that one person." That got Sheikh, a college and career readiness specialist for the Duluth school district, thinking abou

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-25 01:30:00

Symphony review: Aldridge brings DSSO audience to its feet

As conductor Dirk Meyer brought the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra to a vibrant crescendo, Aldridge ended her last note with a majestic flourish of her bow. The audience immediately burst into applause and soon rose to its feet for a thundering ovation. Aldridge took her bow and then, after allo

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-24 18:17:14

Field Reports: City bowhunt under way, with changes

A total of 300 hunters are eligible to hunt in Duluth's annual city bowhunt for deer this fall, according to the Arrowhead Bowhunters Alliance, which conducts the hunt. The season opened Sept. 16 and continues through Dec. 31. Last fall, a total of 352 hunters took part in the city hunt, registering

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-24 11:41:00

Readings & Writers: Dylan's 'Spiritual Life' and 'At The Cabin'

The Carlton County Historical Society is seeking poetry or prose commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Fires of 1918, which swept through Carlton and surrounding counties. Poetry should be about 50 lines or 300 words for prose. Deadline: Nov. 1. The Minnesota Book Awards is now accepting nomina

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-24 07:35:00

Parts of Northland see record warmth

Sunshine and southerly winds drove temperatures to record highs in parts of the Northland on Saturday. Ashland recorded a high of 91 degrees, the National Weather Service reported - breaking the previous Sept. 23 record of 90 degrees, set in 1937. The average high temperature for Ashland for this ti

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-24 02:49:33

Passing on the keys: Careful planning puts the success in business succession

Put all those years of blood, sweat and tears into a neat package and apply a price tag. It's time to pass it on. Millions of Baby Boomers across the country will be looking to sell their businesses over the next few years as they enter retirement. In the Northland, where the population skews older,

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-24 00:51:50

More hunters turning to crossbows

The devices, which shoot arrows - called bolts - accurately at high speeds, appeal especially to hunters who have difficulty drawing back compound bows. With a crossbow, the hunter cocks the weapon, and it holds the arrow in place until the hunter pulls a trigger to release it. "It's probably 30 to

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-23 23:58:00

Local View: Ideas for clean water need to be carried forward

As a citizen stream monitor for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, I was asked to hold a Community Water Meeting as part of Gov. Mark Dayton's goal of improving water quality 25 percent by 2025 - his "25BY25" initiative. This was in advance of 10 regional town halls on the initiative and on cle

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-23 01:27:39

Maurices Gives Back to the Community with Best Day Ever

Maurices associates volunteered at more than 30 different non-profits DULUTH, Minn. - Friday was the 4th annual Best Day Ever thanks to Maurices. Maurices associates made their way across town to more than 30 different non-profits to help give back to the community. They made a stop at the Damiano C

FOX 21 ONLINE - 2017-09-23 02:53:50

College volleyball: UMD spikes Wayne State

Sixth-ranked Minnesota Duluth turned on the hitting prowess in the third and fourth sets Friday night to defeat Wayne (Neb.) State 3-1 in NSIC action at Romano Gym. Kate Berg and Makenzie Morgen each totaled 13 kills and Sarah Kelly had 12 in the Bulldogs' 25-9, 18-25, 25-22, 25-10 victory. Emily To

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-23 03:59:33

Years Ago: Sale brings hundreds to town in 1917

Homecoming queen and king, Dani Pangerl and Andrew Lutz, were crowned at coronation on Thursday evening. Non-tornado winds caused damage across southern Pine County including Pine City Thursday evening. The damage survey team from the National Weather Service in Duluth traveled to Pine County Friday

PINE CITY PIONEER - 2017-09-22 20:24:00

Trampoline park set to open to public Saturday

An indoor park featuring 15,000 square feet of trampolines is slated to open to the public Saturday in West Duluth. Officials from Planet 3 Extreme Air Park announced today on Facebook that the facility at 101 N. 46th Ave W. - the former Grainger Industrial Supply building - passed inspection and wo

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-23 01:41:08

Reader's View: Finish waterfront-downtown Lakewalk link

The need to complete a more direct and visible pedestrian and biking connection between Lake Superior and downtown was well described by landscape architect Kent Worley in his Local View column of Sept. 9, "Connecting downtown to Lake Superior: Duluth has chance to finally finish link." The current

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-23 01:29:58

Suspect Identified in Vista Fleet Undocking

DULUTH, Minn. - Just after 6 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, the Duluth Police Department received a call from the Aerial Lift Bridge Operator that the Vista Fleet was adrift in the harbor. Officers responded with the assistance of the U.S. Coast Guard and Vista Fleet personnel. Video footage from the area

FOX 21 ONLINE - 2017-09-22 17:17:18

Salmonella reported at nursing facility

Two people were hospitalized as a result of a salmonella outbreak at a Duluth nursing facility last month, according to the Minnesota Department of Health. All told, 15 people became ill in mid-August at Bayshore Residence and Rehabilitation, said Doug Schultz, a health department spokesman, but onl

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 19:34:50

Students participate in Upward Bound programs

The College of St. Scholastica's Upward Bound Program announce the completion of the Career Work Study Program and Math Science Internship Program for summer 2017. Work Study Program Corrina Alexy, Wrenshall High School, Memorial Blood Center Joseph Bauer, Cloquet High School, Arola Architecture S

DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 19:09:02