MORNING UPDATE: Property tax burden shifts toward Duluth businessesDuluth landlords, merchants and other owners of commercial property expressed dismay last week at the jump in their projected property tax bills.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
Duluth landlords, merchants and other owners of commercial property expressed dismay last week at the jump in their projected property tax bills.
Aerostich is making efforts to increase its visibility in the Northland. Among them are the “Saturday Motorcycle Socials” at the factory store on the first three Saturdays in December.
Gypsy, a 12-year-old Pyrenees-chow mix, nuzzles veterinarian Taryn Dentinger affectionately, showing nothing but appreciation for the 15 or so needles the veterinarian has just poked into her hide.
Allen Edberg and Scott Honer, both of Fredenberg Township near Duluth, are two of about 800 trappers taking part in Minnesota’s first managed wolf trapping season. They’re optimistic about getting a wolf or two.
If Mother Nature cooperates, Duluth cross-country skiers are likely to see better-groomed ski trails this winter.