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St. Louis County Board tackles Fredenberg land battle, again
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Butternut man faces homicide charge in death of toddler
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Authorities say Douglas County burglary suspect called 911 to report he was being chased by victim
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Wednesday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Beautiful fall weather sticks around this week
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Duluth man accused of robbing pedestrian at knifepoint
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US: Airstrikes in Syria first step of a years-long campaign
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Police: Body found in Moorhead believed to be missing North Dakota State student
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Amazon to collect Minnesota sales tax starting Oct. 1
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L.L. Bean plans Mall of America store
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WLSSD raises its tax for Duluth-area homeowners
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Wisconsin woman pleads guilty in Gogebic Taconite 'raid'
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Gun stashed in St. Paul day care crib was loaded, police say
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Kevin Gray, St. Louis County administrator, talks Monday about how much he enjoys his job for all the challenges it offers. Gray is the longest-serving county administrator since St. Louis County moved to that form of government in 1987. Bob King /
Walking the St. Louis County Board tightrope
September 22, 2014 - 11:23pm
Mark Besemann stands on Sept. 17, 2014 under what remains of his garage that was cut in half by Roger Weber. Besemann is suing Weber in state court for destroying the building that sits along County Highway 8 north of Nashwauk. Weber insists that half of the garage was on property that he owns. (Bob King / Forum News Service)
Civil trial delayed in case of Iron Range garage sawed in half
September 22, 2014 - 9:46pm