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View of a section of the newly rebuilt Tower Avenue in Superior at dusk. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)
Our view: Have you seen downtown Superior lately?
7 min 55 sec ago
The USS Duluth’s anchor sits on a Halvor Lines flatbed trailer at the Esco Marine naval scrapyard in Brownsville, Texas, last week after being loaded for the trip to Duluth. (Photo courtesy of John Werner)
USS Duluth’s anchor is on its way home
46 min 26 sec ago
Qdoba opens next week in Duluth
2 hours 13 min ago
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The former Daugherty Hardware building at Sixth Avenue East and Fourth Street is now an Essentia building that houses an Involta data center. (2013 file / News Tribune)
New investors sustain Involta’s plans for growth
5 hours 12 min ago
Surrounded by the orphans living at the Superior Children’s and Refuge Association, which was what the orphanage was called at Fairlawn Mansion, and by others, baseball great Babe Ruth posed for the camera in November 1926. This photo is on display to this day at Fairlawn, now an attraction open for tours. (Contributed photo)
Chuck Frederick column: Bigger than life, Babe Ruth proved ‘huge’ in trip to Twin Ports
4 hours 33 min ago
Minnesota Twins second baseman Brian Dozier (2) hits a home run during the ninth inning against the Colorado Rockies on Sunday in Denver. The Twins won 13-5.  (Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports)
Twins pound out 18 hits to rout Rockies
1 hour 58 min ago
Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland
17 min 3 sec ago
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 Brian Bluhm of Ecolibrium3 (from left) checks how a smoothie in a “fender blender” is coming as Jaden Christin, 10, peddles the bike that powers the blender and Airaja Brodin, 7, encourages him. The demonstration of alternative energy was one of the events at Sunday’s Meet in the Street on Third Street in Lincoln Park. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
Photo of the Day for July 13, 2014
3 hours 17 min ago
All that remains to identify the former Last Place on Earth store in downtown Duluth is a sign at the top of the building. All of the other signs that once adorned the Superior Street building’s facade have been removed. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)
Duluth's Old Downtown shines as signs of Last Place fade
14 hours 40 min ago
The can design for Bent Paddle Blonde was created by Swim Creative. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
The can that could: Bent Paddle makes a splash with beer and packaging
14 hours 35 min ago
Steve Stracek of Esko is Cloquet
Cloquet's new police chief a familiar face in Duluth
July 12, 2014 - 6:32pm
As Mae Gruber’s artistic talent matured, she graduated from colorful stills to moody studies of subtle color. The Tweed Museum of Art acquired four of Gruber’s paintings before her work was sold at an estate sale this spring. They include “Still Life, Paris” from 1956. (Photo courtesy of Tweed Museum of Art)
Mike Creger column: The artist just around the corner
6 hours 23 min ago
Mo Martin of the U.S. reacts after putting on the 18th green during the women
Martin is surprise winner of women's British Open
5 hours 28 min ago
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez throws the ball during the fourth inning against the Cardinals on Sunday, July 13, 2014, in Milwaukee. (Jeff Hanisch / USA TODAY Sports)
Brewers snap 7-game skid, rout Cardinals
5 hours 1 min ago
The Algoma Discovery arrived at the Superior piers Sunday morning to load iron ore pellets. (Photo by Diane Hilden)
Shipping traffic for Monday, July 14, 2014
16 min 30 sec ago
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