Ours is a city of small courtesies. Not small as in mean or stingy: small, as in tiny in stature, pocket-sized.RELATED CONTENT
This spring I have delighted in traveling mile after mile of quiet county roads by bike. On one recent ride I was surprised by the incredible quantity of water washing about in all directions. I rode north from the Lake, and crested the hill to fields and forests suddenly unlocked from winter’s grip.RELATED CONTENT
This summer, the Miss West Duluth Pageant will be celebrating its 25th year, and in full-celebration mode, the organizers of the event and Spirit Valley Days are hoping to get as many past winners as possible back in town to celebrate.
Harbor City International School sophomore Mary Myers scaled the rock climbing wall at the Duluth YMCA with ease as a dozen or so classmates climbed other parts of the two-story wall and helped with the harness systems.RELATED CONTENT
When the Grant Community School Collaborative started in 1997, it was designed to provide after-school and summer enrichment programs for students at the East Hillside school.RELATED CONTENT
After several delayed starts, spring has come to the Northland. A few days of temperatures in the 70s along with the threshold of 15 hours of daylight has put nearly everything in the mood of May.RELATED CONTENT
As the Vista Star passed under the Blatnik Bridge on its way back in from the River Quest voyage, a group of Lincoln Park Middle School students looked at a picture of some goldfish in a pond at the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Bagley Nature Area.
As the Vista Star departed from the port Monday afternoon, a group of Lakeview Christian Academy sixth-graders gathered in the lower level cabin to listen to presenters from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center talk about hypothermia.
Hundreds of area sixth-graders traded in their classroom desks for seats on the Vista Star last week.RELATED CONTENT
You’ve most likely heard of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — it’s certainly been a very politically debated and legally contested law.
This year we are bringing in a record ten ships to glide into the harbor for Tall Ships Duluth 2013, July 25-29. This will be our biggest tall ship event, ever.RELATED CONTENT
Proctor is the two-time defending Section 7AA champion in baseball, and the Rails took home third place in last year’s state Class AA tournament.
The bodybuilding world brought Duluthian Shannon Gardner and Hermantown native Sherri Irving together.RELATED CONTENT
Americans should talk about legalizing currently illegal drugs.RELATED CONTENT
When you say your prayers and count your blessings, don’t forget your bike.