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Duluth Target store evacuated, has since reopened
Duluth man - the world's oldest hockey player - goes commercial
Superior exposition district garners support in Madison
Kalevala Day celebration Sunday in Duluth
Birkie is canceled because of lack of snow, but party will go on
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Cirrus shipments grew in 2016
Uber, Lyft in Duluth in April at earliest
Presidential permit needed for Enbridge pipeline expansion
Report: Boundary Waters nets $77 million from summer visitors
Buzz Frenzy offers focused Facebook marketing
NASCAR ponders how to make Great American Race great again
Bemidji coach issues apology for prep hockey brawl with Brainerd
College men's hockey: Northland contingent keys UMD's win over Miami
Bulldog Hockey Blog Postgame: Special teams prove pivotal for Bulldogs in 4-3 win over Miami
Today's prep girls hockey playoff game
Plumber: Looking for high-tech toilet features
Home Fix: Options for attic insulation
Home's H-shaped design aids family's lifestyle
New on DVD: Releases cover everything from war to beasts this week
Dave and Louise Gartzke
Happy 91st Birthday, Walter!
MICHAEL E. "MIKE" SALO
DOROTHY M. ROYER
MAXINE AUDREY (PATZER) JORDAHL
JULIE CLARA MOLLER SANFORD, M.D.
Reader's View: Parking law doesn't work in Gary-New Duluth
Reader's View: Statement of support for Muslims appreciated
Local View: Putting price on carbon a bipartisan climate solution
Other View: Curb cell use while driving
Other View: Real ID bills deserve passage
MN DNR Weekly Report for Feb. 21, 2017
Houston's fishing report
Sam Cook column: 'Boat show' a mirror of life in the North
Deer planning meetings coming to Duluth, Mountain Iron
Through Readers' Eyes
Seniors showered with Valentine's love
A visit from the Middle East
Down with tobacco
January 18, 2017
JPMorgan agrees to $55 million settle of mortgage discrimination complaint
NEW YORK - JPMorgan Chase & Co has agreed to pay $55 million to settle a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit accusing it of discriminating against...
January 18, 2017 - 12:40pm
January 8, 2017
Wisconsin saw more bank mergers in 2016 than 2015
Wisconsin saw more consolidation of banks in 2016 than in years past. The Wisconsin Bankers Association reports 21 banks announced mergers last year compared to a dozen in 2015. Regulatory compliance, among other issues, are driving some to sell, said Rose Oswald Poels, the association's...
January 8, 2017 - 6:23pm
January 1, 2017
Personal finance: In 2016, stocks were hot, but bonds were not
In 2016, it was a delightful year for almost anyone with money in the U.S. stock market and cruel to people who thought they’d be safe with bonds.
January 1, 2017 - 4:43pm
December 31, 2016
The economy in 2017: What to expect, what to watch in the year ahead
Cautiously optimistic: That’s the consensus for the area’s economy this year from a range of experts. There’s no crystal ball, but without...
December 31, 2016 - 8:00pm
December 25, 2016
Personal finance: Home for the holidays? Talk with your aging parents about money
When you open the door and greet your mother or father during the holidays, it’s probably not a good idea to follow the hug with: “Gee, you’re looking old.” And here’s another idea that might not play well but is worth a try: During some quiet moment with a parent or parents,...
December 25, 2016 - 5:06pm
Stocks could suffer as Trump trade policy takes shape
NEW YORK — The year-end stocks rally on the heels of the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president was built on expectations of reduced regulations, big tax cuts and a large fiscal stimulus. Now signs are emerging from the Trump camp that harsher trade policies that could jeopardize...
December 25, 2016 - 4:43pm
December 18, 2016
Hurdles emerge for stocks after rally on Wall Street
NEW YORK — Benchmark U.S. stock index rallies, in anticipation of fiscal stimulus measures by the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump, could also be laying the seeds for equity market troubles from a stronger dollar and rising bond yields. The S&P 500 stock...
December 18, 2016 - 4:36pm
December 11, 2016
Personal finance: Donor-advised funds offer a way to give to charity, reap tax advantages
When Peggy and Stephen Goulding sold their company in Wenona, Ill., this year, they decided they wanted to set aside a large sum to give to charity. For years they had been writing individual checks when attracted to charitable organizations that they thought were helping their community...
December 11, 2016 - 9:00pm
December 8, 2016
Duluth unveils loan program for 'brownfield' redevelopment
Sometimes a bit of green can transform a lot of brown. At least that’s the cash catalyst Duluth Mayor Emily Larson hopes a new loan program will provide as her administration looks to clean up and redevelop former industrial sites, sometimes referred to as brownfield properties....
December 8, 2016 - 7:04pm
December 7, 2016
New CEO for North Shore Bank of Commerce
North Shore Bank of Commerce has appointed a new CEO as Ken Johnson will take over for his father, Larry Johnson. "I look forward to continuing...
December 7, 2016 - 1:05pm
December 4, 2016
Personal finance: Four college financial planning tips for parents of high school sophomores
If your child is a sophomore in high school now and you do some quick thinking before the end of this year, you may be able to save yourself thousands of dollars paying for college in a few years. But I mean quick. The sophomore year is when you set the stage for college financial...
December 4, 2016 - 4:43pm
November 27, 2016
Personal finance: Don’t be tempted by deals with zero percent interest
Attention holiday shoppers: Zero percent interest often isn’t free. It can be a trap that will cost you dearly. So before being enticed by the zero percent interest you may be offered on a store credit card, notice the tiny print in the agreement and realize that the deal you think...
November 27, 2016 - 4:55pm
November 20, 2016
Personal finance: 10 ways to reduce your 2016 federal income tax bill
If you had to bet, would you bet that your taxes will be higher or lower next year? The question is important now, because this is the time when people try to juggle their income and certain spending before year-end so they pay as little as possible in taxes when they file their return...
November 20, 2016 - 4:46pm
November 13, 2016
Personal finance: What will a Trump presidency mean for your wallet?
Look in your wallet. Do you see IOUs signed by Donald Trump, or did you merely imagine that he plopped them there? Most of the Trump promises made during the campaign were big but vague. He promised to help all Americans prosper and to renew the American Dream. But what does that...
November 13, 2016 - 5:00pm
US banks’ post-election rally may be just an appetizer
NEW YORK — The banking sector’s dramatic rally post Election Day is likely just a taste of bigger gains to come, as investors expect banks to reap huge benefits from rising interest rates and lighter regulation under a Donald Trump presidency. In recent years, bank stocks have...
November 13, 2016 - 4:27pm