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Duluth Transit Authority driver Paul Mattson gives a look in his rear-view mirror before beginning the obstacle course during the 27th annual Minnesota State Bus “Roadeo” on Saturday morning at the Duluth Heritage Sports Center parking lot. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)
Bus driving gets competitive at 'Roadeo' in Duluth
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This 1990 Chrysler New Yorker was struck by another vehicle in a crash along U.S. Highway 53 in Gordon on Saturday afternoon. (Photo courtesy of the Douglas County Sheriff
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Cassidy Stay, 15, stands with her grandfather Roger Lyon on Saturday as she addresses the crowd during a memorial service for members of the Stay family who were murdered in their home Wednesday in Spring, Texas. Cassidy survived gunshot wounds to the head and hand. REUTERS/Dan Kramer
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A.J. Zeledon (left) and David Palmer cook souvlaki, a popular Greek food made from consisting of pork and vegetables grilled on a skewer, at the annual Taste of Greece held at Marshall School Saturday. The festival, which also features traditional dances and music, continues today from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
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This built-in cabinet is original to the dining room in this Duluth home.  Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com
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Demolition of the old KDLH-TV and Palladio buildings along Superior Street. (Photo essay by Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)
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State Rep. Tom Anzelc, DFL-Balsam Township (right) blasts the dumping of foreign steel in the U.S. during a rally at the Miners Memorial Building in Virginia on June 23. At left is John Arbogast, vice president of Local 1938. (Bob King / News Tribune)
U.S. to slap duties on steel pipe imports from South Korea
July 11, 2014 - 10:31pm
This tiny house can be moved anywhere. “That’s part of the allure,” said Paul Haskins, who owns the home. “You can just pick it up and tow it anywhere.”  Niki Hovatter, River Falls Journal
Tiny house, big potential: Wisconsin artist lives in 160-square-foot home
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