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State boys hockey: Hermantown beats St. Cloud Apollo, advances to title game
39 min 46 sec ago
Governor wants to cut number of tests Minnesota students take
1 hour 11 sec ago
Devon Bowser
Duluth police make drug arrests in wake of recent overdose cases
5 hours 11 min ago
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Off-duty police officer, nurse die in head-on crash in Cloquet
43 min 53 sec ago
Art Johnston
Johnston files lawsuit against Duluth school district, board members
23 hours 22 min ago
Duluth mulls downtown library options
19 hours 33 min ago
Trumpeter's Duluth concert canceled due to NYC weather
9 hours 12 min ago
Esko tops Barnum, retains Section 7AA boys basketball title
18 hours 47 min ago
UMD faces Western Michigan with home playoff spot on the line
18 hours 44 min ago
A lone wolf walks along a snowmobile trail in Voyageurs National Park Sunday. Photo by Warren Gressman
Search for lone wolf in Voyageurs National Park comes up empty
21 hours 35 min ago
Chris Pine and Patrick Wilson in “Stretch.”
INDIEWATCH: 'Stretch' a wild limo ride on drugs
18 hours 26 min ago
SAM COOK COLUMN: Passing it on, word by word
18 hours 26 min ago
Everyone was all smiles Thursday, March 5, 2015, as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton, left, and Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk appear together in public for the first time since the governor called Bakk a backstabber. With them are Sens. Scott Dibble of Minneapolis and Susan Kent of Woodbury. (Forum News Service photo by Don Davis)
Transportation brings together Bakk, Dayton
22 hours 52 min ago
Thorin and Cedar Jameson play with their homemade toys. Carrie Snyder / Forum News Service
Fun, frugal DIY toys
18 hours 26 min ago
Astro Bob blog: New day for Dawn as it falls into Ceres embrace
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