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Phoenix Braxton-Brown, 13, reaches to catch a sportdisc passed by instructor Pete Willemsen at Bayfront Festival Park on Sunday. Braxton-Brown was one of the people taking part in a clinic on Ultimate (also called Ultimate Frisbee and flatball) for children ages 8-17 sponsored each Sunday in May by the Duluth Heritage Sports Center and the city’s Parks and Recreation Division. The sessions will normally take place at the sports center from 1 to 3 p.m. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
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Body found in St. Croix River, ID'd as missing Stillwater woman
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Fire damaged the Androy Building in Hibbing Sunday morning. Photo submitted by the Hibbing Fire Department.
Fire damages Hibbing senior high-rise
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A Band Called Truman (Photo courtesy of Leon Rohrbaugh)
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Photographer Craig Blacklock at the front door of his burned-out sauna on the North Shore. He suffered severe burns in the fire last November. (Photo courtesy of Craig Blacklock)
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The landmark Duluth Technology Village, owned by A&L Properties, is for sale along with the Wieland Block across East Superior Street in downtown Duluth. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
Duluth developer selling landmark properties as retirement nears
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Nancy Sudak of Duluth breaks a plate by throwing it into a garbage can during The Blasphemists
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Tourists look at defaced remains in Joshua Tree National Park in California in April. (Los Angeles Times / TNS)
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Buckthorn Baggies — an invention of a Woodbury, Minn., father and son — dot the landscape at River Oaks Scenic Overlook in Cottage Grove on Monday. The cut-and-cover method is common in fighting the invasive species, but this is a unique product in the marketplace, according to ecologists. (Katie Kather / St. Paul Pioneer Press)
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