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Duluth man arrested on suspicion of killing his mother
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Surveillance camera image of two suspects who robbed a Hermantown gas station at gunpoint on Sept. 14, 2014. (Image courtesy of Hermantown Police Department)
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Steve Kolbe (left) and count director Karl Bardon count raptors flying over Hawk Ridge last week. Although the nationally known bird observatory in Duluth is known for its involvement in raptor migration, counters also tally non-raptors. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)
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The “Ol’ Trapper,” retired Minnesota state Sen. Bob Lessard, cleans walleyes and lake trout Aug. 18 for fishermen staying at his outpost camp on Trout Lake in northwestern Ontario. Lessard, 83, started guiding when he was 12 years old and figures he has cleaned 100,000 fish in the past 70 years. (Brad Dokken / Forum News Service)
At Lessard's lake, variety is the catch
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