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Carlton, Wrenshall consider merging school districts
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Groups want health risk study of PolyMet
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Tuesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Sunny and cool
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Proctor police seeking armed robbery suspect
11 hours 24 min ago
DFL announces more details about Biden's visit to Hibbing
11 hours 29 min ago
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Duluth man pleads guilty to killing 13-month-old daughter
12 hours 28 min ago
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Duluth Parks and Recreation seasonal employee Alex Whitney tills the infield of one of the softball fields near Wade Stadium on Monday afternoon. The tilling will help water drain through the infield, leaving it in better condition next year. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
Photo of the Day for Oct. 20, 2014
14 hours 8 min ago
Human remains found in Pine County likely from historical burial site
16 hours 39 min ago
The Swedish minesweeper HMS Koster patrols the waters of the Stockholm archipelago, October 19, 2014. Sweden beefed up its military presence in the Stockholm archipelago to scour its waters for "foreign underwater activity." (REUTERS/Marko Saavala/TT News Agency)
Hunt for mysterious submarine in Baltic Sea highlights tensions over Russia
17 hours 17 min ago
This is a still image from Superior police dash-cam video of an incident outside the Keyport Lounge in Superior on Jan. 5, 2014. Officer George Gothner is at left, Natasha Lancour at right.
Superior police officer won't be charged for punching woman during arrest
18 hours 9 min ago
Police question suspect as bodies of 7 women are found in Indiana
18 hours 27 min ago
Annie, a black Labrador retriever, brings a mallard back to her owner, Jeff Wiklund of Duluth, after crossing though a gravel pit to retrieve it near Duluth in 2006. (File / News Tribune)
Loyal, tenacious, smart: Hunting dog stories
October 19, 2014 - 8:39am
Executive Director Tony Cuneo (far right) and the staff at the Zeitgeist Arts center. Front row from left: Jeff Niceswanger, Sara Rolfson, Colleen Smith, Tyler Johnson and Tony Cuneo. Back row: Andy Bennett, Matt Helbacka, Angela Christianson, Nick Cameron and Brian Downing.
(Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)
As foundation funds dwindle, Zeitgeist seeks community support
October 19, 2014 - 8:37am
After serving with the Marines in Afghanistan, Matthew Raimer returned home to Hayward last winter for the holiday season. He died sometime on New Year’s Day of exposure after being dropped off near his home by a bar’s “sober bus” and apparently losing his way. Speaking publicly for the first time about the tragedy, his parents, Daniel and Lesa Raimer, are calling for policies to make sure passengers using such services really do get home safely. (Submitted photo)
Parents of Marine who died of exposure in Hayward make safe ‘sober rides’ a priority
October 19, 2014 - 9:06am
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