STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Grow Congdon Park school garden
Congdon Park Elementary School is in the running for a Seeds of Change grant that will help support its community-based garden.
The voting takes place on Facebook. If the school is among the top 50 i... Posted on 4/27/13 at 12:00 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Photos of winter in the Twin Ports in the 1980s
Before our snow disappears in the next few days - highs may reach the 50s by next week - I thought I'd take the chance to dig through the "winter" photo files in the News Tribune Attic and post some s... Posted on 3/8/12 at 2:15 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Katherine or Katie Kuettel, Nominee For Port City 2010
Katie Kuettel was nominated by the Junior League of Duluth. Katie has been a member of this organization since 1979 and has been the chair of the Trees Committee for the Festival of Trees since 2005. ... Posted on 5/5/10 at 12:06 PM
Despite new sidewalks and other improvements that made travel to Congdon Park Elementary School safer than years past, many parents still have worries about its proximity to busy Superior Street and what that means for walkers and bikers.
Cameron and Mignon Fryer have done it again. After spending several years restoring and remodeling a historic Craftsman-style house in Duluth’s Congdon Park neighborhood, they started all over again with another house just three blocks away.
The Duluth and UMD police departments announced Wednesday that they responded to approximately 53 calls for service involving college students from Thursday to Monday. A total of 84 citations were issued.
The St. Louis County Board set the process in motion Tuesday for voters to pick a successor to Steve O’Neil, who died July 16 after battling cancer. They disagreed on whether the board should appoint a temporary replacement in the meantime.
The County Board can set the special election to replace the late Steve O'Neil for some time between December and May, according to state statutes, depending on how many people file for the office and whether county officials want to avoid holding an election near the holidays.
Search #glensheen on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and you’ll probably find more than just exterior shots of the historic Congdon estate. For the first time in 33 years, Glensheen visitors are being allowed to take photographs inside the mansion on London Road.
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