A guest speaker in Duluth yesterday long has been a dark cloud over any prediction of economic benefit related to the coming mining of precious metals in northern Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
A major energy resource exists in Minnesota — somewhere you’d least expect. This resource protects the environment and creates jobs.
Daniel Greysolon Sieur du Lhut arrived on our shores in 1683, and his name has been synonymous with our area ever since. In 1857 Duluth became a city, and the name has served us well. Jacques Lipchitz’s statue of du Lhut proudly points to our city from the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth.
The writer of the interesting June 10 letter, “Sovereignty of God not in atheists’ dictionary,” criticized a previous writer for quoting Scripture out of context, specifically a reference to burned branches in the gospel of John.
Two years ago Minnesota became a national leader by adopting a more-enlightened view of prostitution and human trafficking.
A while back the Duluth News Tribune had a prominent article (“Duluth has lowest gas prices in the state, at least for a day,” DNT April 26), about how gas prices in Duluth were the lowest in the state.
The events surrounding the death of Zachary Premo are extremely devastating and tragic. As a friend of his wife’s family, I was appalled and disappointed to read the June 12 article, “Duluth police identify man shot by officers Tuesday.”
I won’t miss a single one of Garry Trudeau’seternally vicious, one-sided, radical-left strips.
The Northland Breastfeeding Coalition recently added its name to the list of supporters for the Commons Health Hospital Challenge.
Minnesota’s growing economy pumped an extra $300 million into state coffers recently, and some political leaders seem to be licking their chops.
My wife and I are World War II veterans. We had the privilege of going on the June 8 Honor Flight from Duluth to Washington, D.C.
My wife and I are both licensed to conceal and carry a firearm. For that I thank the National Rifle Association.
I feel that two pieces of recent Minnesota legislation are harmful to the children of this state.
After years of fighting for the basic right to vote for a union, child care providers finally succeeded.
We live here, and we all play a part in making Duluth as great as it can be. We all can be willing to give back.RELATED CONTENT
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