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Minnesota kindergartners start full day of learning
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Woman fatally struck by Green Line train was Minneapolis attorney
2 min 18 sec ago
Minneapolis suburb St. Anthony bans e-cigs indoors
3 min 23 sec ago
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Superior council awards contract to build new animal shelter
8 min 25 sec ago
Derek Rydberg, with Rocket Crane, prepares to attach cables to the “Ark of the Anthropocene,” a 4,000-pound, 6-foot-wide concrete sphere containing a terrarium with more than 50 different plants. The artwork was hoisted by crane and anchored in the Duluth Harbor behind the DECC on Tuesday afternoon.(Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)
The launching of the Ark
10 min 15 sec ago
Driver suffers second-degree burns in truck explosion in Duluth
11 min 23 sec ago
Thomas Naughton with just a few of the books he’s donated to the Richard I. Bong Center in Superior. (Jed Carlson / jcarlson@superiortelegram.com)
Ex-Navy pilot with love of learning passes it on
22 min 29 sec ago
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Eh? Hungry for a solution
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Eh? Vote for taste buds
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Eh? Teens welcome here
46 min 59 sec ago
Eh? Massive input
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Duluth’s summer slightly warmer, wetter than usual
24 min 21 sec ago
Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Mostly cloudy, chance of rain
5 hours 14 min ago
Upper Great Lakes continue to rise
25 min 51 sec ago
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Bjorn Broman commits to DI Winthrop
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