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Tips for Avoiding Future Money Problems - Fox21Online
• Social Security and pensions provided most of a retiree’s income decades ago, and their biggest concern was whether to play golf or tennis!• In the 1980s, Social Security provided 65% of a retiree’s income.• Today, Social Security accounts for about 40% of income for middle-class retirees who clai
Superior City Council strikes down panhandling ordinance
The vote comes after the ACLU sent a letter to Superior and seven other cities in Wisconsin, asking them to get rid of the ban, citing a Supreme Court decision which ruled panhandling constitutional and protected under the First Amendment.
Wisconsin shooting leaves 4 people injured, and the suspect is in critical condition
The motive for the shooting, which appears to have unfolded in an office building, is not yet known.
Ruby's Pantry in Far-Western Duluth
Ruby’s Pantry is an organization that distributes overstock food to those who want to stretch their food dollar. For a $20.00 donation, you will receive approximately two boxes of food. Cash only. No checks or EBT cards are accepted. Please bring two boxes (laundry baskets work well) to carry you
Gas utility project planned for downtown Duluth
The project, located on Third Avenue East between Superior and Michigan streets, is a preparatory step before phase two of the Superior Street reconstruction project begins next year. The gas upgrade will ensure that properties served by the gas main will have long-term reliable service, according t
Free Medicare Advice Offered This Evening in Duluth - Fox21Online
DULUTH, Minn. – With 62 million Americans enrolled in Medicare, and more than 10,000 Americans turning 65 every single day, there is significant interest in Medicare health coverage.
A Contrarian's View: Opioids 'are not evil,' are critical in...
All of them must feel like they are being encircled by quicksand that is swallowing both users and our society.I caution us not to overreact.There is a contrary side to the story. There is the vast majority patients, probably more than 80 percent, who have taken opioids properly, as responsibly pres
Diners invited to feast at farm
Diners will board a bus at Holy Rosary School, 2802 E 4th St., at 6 p.m. The meal, prepared by chefs from Lake Avenue Restaurant & Bar, will feature heirloom tomatoes and Barbera wines. The first course will be served on the bus, and the meal will continue with four more courses at the farm at Hamma
Essentia Health Welcomes Neonatologist in Duluth
Dr. Ann Simones, a neonatologist, has joined the Essentia Health-St. Mary's Children's Hospital in Duluth, Minnesota.
DTA Trolley Sets Rider Record
DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - The Duluth Transit Authority's Port Town Trolley service attracted a record number of riders in 2018.Ridership on the trolley went from 18,556 in 2017 to 26,675 in the 2018 season.The numbers do not include this year's special fall service that is running from September 4th throu
Annual Properties Tour Highlights Duluth's Historic Buildings - Fox21Online
“For instance the Norshor Theatre its deep history. You know, starting as the Orpheum Theatre in the 30s and 40s and then converting to the NorShor Theatre in Art Deco style,” said Duluth Preservation Alliance Mike Poupore. “This is part of what has made Duluth.”
I-35 Ramp Closure Starts Monday
DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - The ramp from Cody Street to southbound I-35 will close on Monday and remain closed through Thursday.The Minnesota Department of Transportation says the closure is due to a drainage and concrete repair project.A posted detour will take motorists east on Cody Street, south on Nort
LSU jumps to No. 6 in latest poll; Wisconsin out of top 10
LSU has surged to No. 6 in The Associated Press college football poll after its second victory of September against a highly ranked team, and Wisconsin has tumbled to 18 after becoming the first top-10 team to be upset by an unranked team. Top-ranked Alabama strengthened its hold on No. 1 on Sunday,
Candidate's View: Who do you want, central Duluth? Booth a champion...
This election for commissioner in District 1 is about the vision you have for St. Louis County and what you want it to look like for the next 50 years. Will this be a county where you want to live and raise your children? Will this be a county proud and protective of its mining, timber, port, and ma
Stacey Quade of Energy for Life Connection to be Featured on CUTV News Radio
DULUTH, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES, September 17, 2018 // -- Too often in today’s world there’s a disconnect between conventional medicine and other forms of healing, but thanks to Stacey Quade, a COTA/L, CHTP/I, Herbalist who lives in both worlds, the gap is closing. By applying herbal balms to wound
UMD Students Join International Movement to Help Solve Plastic Pollution Issue - Fox21Online
DULUTH, Minn. – Two international organizations have been working together throughout the week to clean up parks and learn more about plastic pollution, and a group of UMD students joined the movement to learn more about the issue here in Duluth.
East End Family Fun Day Day In Superior - Fox21Online
SUPERIOR, Wis. – The east end of Superior knows how to have a good time.Many people came out for the family fun day there.Lots of food, good times and a pet parade.Fur babies, big and small were ready to strut their stuff.Some people come every year because of the environment for the dogs to come an
Lake Superior Zoo docent spreads her passion for all creatur...
Stephanie Lundgren of Duluth talks to Ellie Ekstrom, 4, and Britta Ekstrom, 3, of Duluth about goats while volunteering at the Lake Superior Zoo in Duluth. Clint Austin / firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanford enters Duluth with weight-loss business
Profile by Sanford, which offers weight-loss plans, will open a franchise in the Denfeld Retail Center on Oct. 1, the company announced.
Duluth Eskimos 'the top story' in new Vikings Museum
EAGAN, Minn. — Just inside the freshly Windexed glass doors of the still-new-smelling Minnesota Vikings Museum here in the southern suburbs of the Twin Cities, take a few steps around the purple and white retired jerseys and move past the shrines to the hall-of-famers.