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City of Cloquet maintenance worker Shawn Crisel (left) and city planner Al Cottingham install a temporary bumpout along Cloquet Avenue on Tuesday. The bumpouts will make the downtown more pedestrian friendly. Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com
Northland projects favor biking, walking
1 hour 50 min ago
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Superior man sentenced to 25 years for manufacturing child porn
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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says that the Blanding's turtle, among other species of amphibians, should be reviewed for possible protection under the Endangered Species Act. (Minnesota DNR photo)
Minnesota turtle may get federal endangered status
1 hour 52 min ago
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Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Climbing temperatures
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Minnesota MLS team faces deadline
2 hours 56 min ago
Hermantown’s Kevin Folman throws a pitch for the Duluth Huskies against Willmar on Tuesday night at Wade Stadium. (Dave Harwig / For the News Tribune)
First half ends with thud for Duluth Huskies
2 hours 58 min ago
Stewart Mills
Mills talks freely about 8th District prospects
4 hours 42 min ago
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Suspects take opposite pleas in St. Paul Taco Bell tire iron attack
5 hours 7 min ago
6-year-old hit by car on Central Entrance
5 hours 19 min ago
Grand Rapids man sentenced for November standoff
9 hours 16 min ago
DNR will do full review of proposed pig farm near Ashland
9 hours 25 min ago
Duluth chips away at unfunded retiree health care liability
9 hours 33 min ago
Red flag warning in effect for Park Point beach
13 hours 5 min ago
Northland girl struck by lightning upgraded to good condition
10 hours 38 min ago
U.S. forward Kelley O'Hara (5) celebrates her goal during the second half against Germany in the semifinals of the FIFA 2015 Women's World Cup at Olympic Stadium in Montreal on Tuesday. (Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters)
Women's World Cup: U.S. beats Germany to reach final
6 hours 23 min ago
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