So our cat broke the Internet. Initially, I thought she was jealous of all the feline videos I’ve been watching online, but I assured her the viewing was research for the Internet Cat Video Festival at the Minnesota State Fair this summer.RELATED CONTENT
Last week I had the pleasure and honor of attending high school graduation ceremonies for Denfeld and East High Schools and for our Unity/ALC programs.RELATED CONTENT
It was a big legislative session for health care reform. Now Minnesotans are left wondering what it means for them.
Dreaming of college for your little loved ones? Let this column act as a clarion. I am standing on the edge of a deep fiscal cliff, waving a red flag and screaming at you, “Debt dead ahead!”RELATED CONTENT
Music reverberated up Fifth Avenue West on Wednesday evening as the Centerville All Stars played in the Radisson’s Bowery Brothers outdoor patio during a grand reopening party.
Woodland Hills of Duluth will be one of six youth residential agencies traveling to Capitol Hill this week to encourage Congress to pass legislation “that intervenes in the lives of troubled children and families in crisis,” as stated by Richard Quigley, executive director of Woodland Hills.
Construction crews ripped up the center of brick-paved Superior Street last week. It is considered a temporary fix for a five-block segment.
The Duluth Rotary Club 25 announced five new members in June. Those new members are Laurie Bahr, Robert Kanuit, Traci Marciniak, Scott Michaels, and Jeanne Thompson.
Tucked away in the Central Hillside, St. Mark African Methodist Episcopal Church is not among the most well-known or highly attended churches in Duluth. However, it is perhaps one of the more historical places of worship in the Twin Ports.RELATED CONTENT
Last week as I walked the woods of early June, I was struck by the abundance of green on the forest floor. Here the blue-bead lilies (Clintonia) were tightly packed with the wild lilies of the valleys and starflowers.RELATED CONTENT
This summer, more children in the Northland will have access to food as a result of an expansion of the BackPack program in Duluth.
For the second time in her life, Venis Gibby is the recipient of a gift she hoped she would never need.RELATED CONTENT
If you need a reminder that the roadway isn’t a race course, be on the lookout for the Minnesota State Patrol this week.
Local food shelves might soon have an abundant supply of fresh fruit and vegetables if Doug Hoffbauer has his way.RELATED CONTENT
It’s just a few weeks until the summer solstice — hard to believe, given the spring that we have — or haven’t — had.