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A knowledge of lawn care products and proper timing can take the guesswork out of producing a lush turf. Carrie Snyder / Forum News Service
GROWING TOGETHER: Settle spousal disagreements over the yard with this lawn care quiz
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Wild, police warn of fake playoff tickets
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Minnesota man charged in son's death also under investigation for apartment fire
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Witnesses give conflicting accounts of angler's fatal stabbing along St. Croix River
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Plouffe's homer in 11th lifts Twins
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Saturday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Cooler today
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Morgan Park, Rockridge schools sold for $1.2 million combined
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Theater Review: ‘Tomfoolery’ variety show at UWS tugs nostalgic strings
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Today’s Hartley Park workshop all about frogs
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Duluth man pleads guilty in Rice Lake Township stabbing
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Dana Huseth and Chris Bettis, both of Minneapolis, enjoy lunch at their campsite overlooking Lake Superior at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park. The state park features 20 walk-in sites at its campground and several backpack sites along the shore of Lake Superior. (2011 file / News Tribune)
Camping this summer? Check out these 13 Minnesota campgrounds
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Traffic fills the intersection of Arrowhead Road and Kennwood Avenue in Duluth Thursday evening. The Duluth planning commission is proposing a change to city’s comprehensive land use plan to set the stage for more commercial development along the west side of Kenwood. The changes also could help United Properties get the zoning it is expected to seek as it pushes a large residential/retail development at the southwest corner of Arrowhead and Kenwood. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
City setting stage for development on Kenwood
April 16, 2015 - 8:00pm
Beekeepers attend to a semi-trailer truck that overturned with a cargo of bees on a highway in Lynnwood, Wash. on Friday. (Reuters / Ian Terry)
Millions of bees swarm when truck overturns north of Seattle
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U.S. Coast Guard ship returns to California with 14 tons of seized cocaine
13 hours 37 min ago
As canine flu spreads west, vets inform Minnesota dog owners
14 hours 43 min ago
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