MORNING UPDATE: Trustee wants to sell Duluth tech company's assets to resolve bankruptcyThe court-appointed trustee for the 50 Below bankruptcy case wants to sell the company’s assets in an attempt to pay off its multimillion-dollar debt.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
The court-appointed trustee for the 50 Below bankruptcy case wants to sell the company’s assets in an attempt to pay off its multimillion-dollar debt.
A felony assault charge against a man who struck a police officer at the Duluth Detoxification Center last week was dismissed Friday after the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office watched a video of the officer repeatedly striking the man who had lashed out at him from a wheelchair.
For fans of fall foliage in the Northland, it’s time to get out there and enjoy the annual, fleeting riot of reds, oranges and yellows in the region’s forests.
Coaches often downplay “revenge” games, saying each season brings a new team and new beginning. Minnesota Duluth football coach Bob Nielson doesn’t speak of revenge either, but he does acknowledge that the 2011 meeting between UMD and St. Cloud State is fresh in his players’ minds going into tonight's game.