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Federal judge strikes down parts of Wisconsin voter laws
1 hour 39 min ago
A historical photo of Skyline Parkway under construction. (Courtesy of Archives and Special Collections, Kathryn A. Martin Library, University of Minnesota Duluth)
Skyline Parkway's 125th anniversary to be celebrated Sunday
13 hours 22 min ago
Vikings' reserve QB hurt in freak accident
9 hours 46 min ago
Former Grand Rapids treatment center employee sentenced to six years on sex, drug charges
12 hours 59 min ago
It’s been more than a week since the thunderstorm storm ripped through the area, taking down many mature trees with its high winds. Now is the time to start planning for the craters left behind from uprooted trees. One recommendation is to plant smaller trees or shrubs — like maples, lilacs and arborvitae  — to keep them from growing tall enough to get tangled in power lines or from blowing over in strong winds. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
Start planning for what to plant when replacing downed trees
9 hours 12 min ago
Woodland Days to be held Saturday
12 hours 4 min ago
Former Duluth Dukes player Bernie Gerl reacts after seeing a bobblehead of himself that was unveiled at the Duluth Huskies game on Friday at Wade Stadium. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
Former Dukes player gets his own bobblehead
9 hours 34 min ago
National Night Out events planned for Tuesday
16 hours 18 min ago
Ask a Master Gardener: Will ‘Hot Papaya’ Echinacea self seed?
9 hours 15 min ago
Huskies' losing streak reaches five games
9 hours 44 min ago
Itasca County man pleads guilty to infant's death
13 hours 27 min ago
Walk in 12th inning lifts Twins over White Sox
9 hours 50 min ago
City of Duluth heavy equipment operator Doug Quade of Duluth uses a 13-ton front-end loader to stack and compress branches and woody debris from last week's storm as a Duluth resident unloads a trailer full of debris at a collection site on Rice Lake Road in Duluth Wednesday evening. The pile reached over 15 feet in height in many areas, which is just beyond the reach of the bucket on the loader. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com) LEAD IMAGE
Storm debris will fuel power plant
July 28, 2016 - 10:00pm
A crane sits on the First Street near the storm-damaged Board of Trade Building on Thursday. First Street is scheduled to be closed to through traffic from Third to Fourth avenues west until Wednesday. Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com
Crews working to stabilize Duluth's Board of Trade Building, remove storm debris
July 28, 2016 - 6:38pm
Finding the right tool for pruning
9 hours 14 min ago
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