Michael Stallings fears being in a major car accident or coming down with a serious illness because he doesn’t have health insurance.
Duluth News Tribune, 03/09/2014
With tireless spirit and multiple stunts, the Duluth East High School cheer squad vaulted to first place at a national competition last month.
Duluth News Tribune, 03/03/2014
It’s a run-of-the-mill Tuesday night, and nursing school professor Paula Byrne is imagining talking to a patient about his symptoms. She’s practicing giving her future patient her full and undivided attention, looking at him face to face. But Byrne is speaking aloud — recording data — and simultaneously searching online for the patient’s symptoms using her Google Glass.
Duluth News Tribune, 03/02/2014
A well-known author, educator and activist made her presence known at the University of Minnesota Duluth on Tuesday.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/26/2014
Since November, the drive to fund the Duluth Children’s Museum has snagged more than $1.5 million, boosting the campaign to its halfway point.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/18/2014
Officials say capital campaign fundraising at half-way point.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/17/2014
Going to the Duluth Boat, Sports, Travel & RV Show every year never gets old when one goes with family. That was the sentiment that echoed through the DECC at the show’s opening Wednesday.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/14/2014
A strong sense of independence and drive to fly down the slopes allowed disabled skiers to dominate the slopes at Spirit Mountain on Wednesday.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/13/2014
Friendly, beautiful and cold are a few adjectives foreign exchange students from Dalian, China, used to describe Duluth on Tuesday.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/12/2014
More than a dozen people attended a second forum on police brutality Monday at Central Hillside Community Center.
Duluth News Tribune, 02/11/2014