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Cartoonist's view for July 24
13 min 8 sec ago
Local view: Convention showed GOP’s work toward common goals
13 min 8 sec ago
Sam Cook: A pack full of tips for taking the kids camping
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A shooter breaks a clay pigeon (upper left) with a shot from his double-barreled shotgun at Old Vermilion Trail Shooting Preserve on July 15. He was one of more than 100 side-by-side shotgun enthusiasts preparing for the annual Duluth Double Gun Side-by-Side Classic. (Steve Kuchera /
Duluth Double Gun Side-by-Side Classic draws owners of classic shotguns from across the country
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In a file photo, the Algoma Guardian nears the Superior entry to pick up a load of iron ore in May 2016. On Thursday, the ship encountered severe storms as it entered the Duluth ship canal. (Photo by Paul Scinocca) play button
As storms hit, captain fought to keep freighter on course in Duluth ship canal
July 22, 2016 - 9:26pm
Flash flood watch canceled for Twin Ports, continues elsewhere in Northland
1 hour 51 min ago
A portion of the storm damage at News Tribune journalist Andrew Krueger's home in Rice Lake.
Column: Covering -- and living through -- the storm and its aftermath
1 hour 25 min ago
Cory Eider, a 2002 Duluth Denfeld graduate, was named High Performance Director of USA Table Tennis in March. Pictured, he  works with 2016 Olympian Yue “Jennifer” Wu earlier this summer at the Lily Yip Table Tennis Center in Dunellen, N.J. Submitted photo
Eider at the head of the table
2 hours 37 min ago
Peter Graves, who has announced at the Grandma’s Marathon finish line since 1979, will work his 10th Olympics next month in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Before he received the invitation, he says his August calendar included plenty of vacation. “But then this happened, and I’m just honored to do it,” Graves said. Photo courtesy of Grandma’s Marathon
Graves ready for more Olympic memories
2 hours 32 min ago
Garret Cogswell (left) and Joe Buckley, linemen for Minnesota Power, prepare a downed power line at 52nd Avenue East and Superior Street for splicing and repair Friday morning in Duluth. Bob King /
Off the grid: While utility crews work, Northland residents without power improvise, adapt
July 22, 2016 - 8:37pm
Summer of 1936 brought heat, grief to Minnesota
1 hour 2 min ago
Douglas County Historical Society director Tony Tracy, right, hands Bob Fuhrman, director of the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center, a chromium eagle that once adorned Adolf Hitler’s private train. The Nazi artifact was donated to DCHS in 1946, was lost from the collection for at least four decades, and was recovered by Superior police after Tracy found it for sale on Craigslist. Shelley Nelson / Superior Telegram
Douglas County Historical Society transfers recovered Nazi artifact
1 hour 46 sec ago
Sunday's forecast for Duluth and the Northland: Warm and sunny thru tomorrow
1 hour 42 min ago
Photo of the Day for July 23, 2016
8 hours 27 min ago
Storm damage reports from around the Northland
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