STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Watch out for "One-Ring Scheme"
It starts out as a mystery call to your cellphone. From an international prefix. It'll ring just once and disconnect or the caller hangs up when you answer.
Your curious about that strange number, pe... Posted on 2/5/14 at 2:34 PM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Quilts wanted back
Every so often, Eh? learns of a case of petty theft that doesnt warrant the front-page coverage of major larceny, but still deeply affects members of the community.
Around mid-October, the Unitarian ... Posted on 11/9/13 at 12:00 AM
GYPSY LYN SPEAKS Project Safe Bakken
The Bakken Shales have provided so many with jobs and financial freedom throughout the United States. People have flocked to the remote small towns of North Dakota in hopes to find work, and wealth in... Posted on 10/29/13 at 11:48 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Notebook: State gets jobs back
By Don Davis
Minnesota regained 1,200 jobs in August, pushing the state past the high mark it reached before the recession.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development announced Th... Posted on 9/19/13 at 6:05 PM
The Duluth City Council is expected to give first reading tonight of an ordinance authorizing the sale of $2 million in general obligation bonds to support construction of an Arena-Auditorium annex and an enclosed ramp connecting it with the downtown.
In his 15-year career there have been 46 documented incidents where Superior Police Officer George Gothner has used force on an individual. The stack of use of force reports averaging five pages each — more than 200 total — is nearly an inch thick and helps give a more detailed history of the officer now facing allegations of police brutality after the Jan. 5 arrest of Natasha Lancour, 28, of Superior outside Keyport Liquor and Lounge.
A Florida judge on Saturday set bail at $1.2 million for the pregnant woman accused of trying to kill her three children this week by locking them in a minivan that she drove into Daytona Beach’s 4-foot-high surf.
An Esko woman who left the scene of an accident after striking and injuring a bicyclist while driving home from church last year received a sentence of 18 months in prison, but the sentence will be stayed for five years.
Amy Senser, sentenced to 41 months for the 2011 hit-and-run death of Thai chef Anousone “Bic” Phanthavong, had been scheduled to be let out on supervised release Oct. 20, but she has shaved six months off that and is now scheduled for release April 24.
The woman set aside her purse one day while visiting her grown granddaughter in Forest Lake. That’s all it took for the young woman to pinch her 73-year-old grandmother’s checkbook and fund what prosecutors proved in court to be a $150,000-plus bilking of her bank accounts.
View your ad here! Cost effective targeted advertising. Contextual advertising starting as low as $79/month. This includes targeted ad delivery and search results! Add your business to the Marketplace »