MORNING UPDATE: Nets in hand, smelters wade into the waters of Lake SuperiorCrews of smelters working the Park Point beach Monday night were squealing and shrieking as they waded ashore with another net full of writhing silver fish.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
Crews of smelters working the Park Point beach Monday night were squealing and shrieking as they waded ashore with another net full of writhing silver fish.
Trampled By Turtles made its network television debut with a performance of the song “Alone” from its new album “Stars and Satellites” during the finale of Tuesday’s “Late Show with David Letterman.”
The Duluth School Board will move ahead with plans to ask taxpayers for more money for classroom operations next fall. The board voted 6-1 Tuesday night, with member Art Johnston opposing. Johnston drew the ire of board members during discussion before the vote.
Almost two decades after nine Department of Defense barrels were recovered from Lake Superior, federal and Indian tribal officials plan to pull up eight times that number of the 55-gallon drums this summer.