JIMMY JABBER Flood proved worth of electronic media
Duluth was treated to Mother Natures softer side during Grandmas Marathon weekend so much so that the News Tribune pointed it out in the headline of a follow-up story Monday.
What she brought out ... Posted on 6/24/12 at 12:00 AM
Chip Scoggins column: Gary Thorne is sort of an honorary Minnesotan — judging by the reaction of local puck fans — after announcing his first boys’ hockey state tournament, though Thorne did manage to avoid our polar vortex initiation.
Beverly Godfrey column: This winter is the coldest on record in Duluth since the winter of 1874-75. People 139 years ago might have lacked many of our modern conveniences, but they dealt with the cold better than we do.
Beverly Godfrey column: I love geeking out about the Olympics. Where else in one place can you find snowboarder kids with baggy pants, ice dancers with glitter on their faces, skeleton racers going highway speeds down an icy track, and more heart-touching stories than you can shake a tissue at?
Beverly Godfrey column: The Los Angeles Times published an article Wednesday that started with the story of Samantha Avers of Duluth. But that would be Duluth, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, and the story was about the 22 hours it took for her to make a 40-minute commute home from work.
Beverly Godfrey column: This Christmas marked the one-year anniversary of my family getting cellphones. It’s an anniversary most people marked years ago, I know. But for the longest time, I couldn’t see spending so much money on something I’d been living without for so long.
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