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A pair of newborn fawns was taken to the Humane Society of Douglas County last week. Animal care professionals recommend leaving them in the wild for the best chance of survival. (Submitted photo)
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Nicole Salo of Superior smiles for a photo with mascot Harley D. Huskie on Wednesday. Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com
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The Duluth Public Library on Superior Street, seen in November 2014.  (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
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Crews on the scene of a burned and collapsed railroad bridge across the Rat Root River near Ericsburg, Minn., on Wednesday. The two cars left dangling over the river were removed by midday Thursday, officials said. Photo by Laurel Beager / International Falls Journal
CN crews working to replace burned bridge on key rail line
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Proposed Rockridge development

Developer Aaron Schweiger continues to assemble the support he will need to tackle a couple of large housing projects in Duluth.

Earlier this week, the Duluth Housing and Redevelopment Authority ...

 

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