If the prom is in your future, or your past, now is the time to act. The second annual Prom Shopping Spectacular is open and will run through Saturday at 2826 Piedmont Ave. in Piedmont Plaza Shopping Center.
ST. PAUL — A Minnesota lawmaker who issued a tweet many called racist has apologized.
A “Take It to the Box” medication disposal drop box now will be available in West Duluth.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota’s online voter registration system moved a step closer to winning the Legislature’s blessing on Monday.
For those local high school juniors and seniors who were stoked for some serious ethics workshopping on March 12, Eh? is sorry to disappoint you, but you’re going to have to wait just a little bit longer.
The Benedictine Health Center Auxiliary would appreciate any donations of used jewelry and new or gently used purses for its annual Pre-owned Jewelry sale.
The League of Women Voters Duluth is holding “A celebration of a woman’s right to vote” on Saturday.
News Tribune, March 11, 1974
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