After a long Twin Ports winter, local motorcyclists have no doubt been itching to get out for some fun in the sun on their bikes. And what better place to do so than on the shores of the greatest lake?
Debbie Isabell-Nelson has been one of the more recognizable faces in Duluth’s western communities over the past decade. She’s been a housing advocate, a community club organizer, led cleanup efforts and even ran for office.
When Mariah McKechnie was looking at potential locations for her wedding and event planning business, there was one feature of a space in downtown Duluth’s Torrey Building that she couldn’t overlook: a bank vault.
Richard Fryberger has been creating art for more than four decades, but he has squeezed it into a lifetime — he’s 66 — filled with career, family, community service, travel adventures, and a dazzling variety of other hobbies and interests.
You could say that Lee Ball was an accidental president. The Duluth woman was invited to a League of Women Voters Duluth meeting by a friend in 1957. It would be a long time before she missed another meeting.
We know a lot of you like to sit down and read your Budgeteer with a cup of coffee every Saturday morning. And if you’re doing just that, you still have time to take part in the Riverfront Communities Cleanup Day.
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