STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS We like butterflies, butterflies like these
The Hillside Public Orchard is selling locally grown native butterfly-attracting plants (grown at the orchard) to raise money for further improvements, including a new outdoor brick oven to be used by... Posted on 8/2/13 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Aerial views of Duluth
Old aerial photos always offer a lot of interesting opportunities to see what has changed and what has stayed the same. Here are a few aerial photos of Duluth from the early 2000s, from the News Tribu... Posted on 2/17/13 at 11:17 PM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Jimmy John's makes its move
Fans of Jimmy Johns at the Plaza strip mall in Duluth are going without their gourmet sandwiches today. The restaurant closed for good today at its 1221 E. Superior St. location.
But dont despair. Th... Posted on 3/26/12 at 2:59 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Great Article by Sarah Chambers
Great article in today's paper by a relative on keeping the Central Hillside clean.If all residents across the city would pick up the garbage andnot sweep dirt into the streets we would have cleaning ... Posted on 4/26/10 at 2:23 AM
DULUSIONS: DULUTH'S WEEKLY REALITY CHECK CTRL: Open Letter to the Hillside Arsonist
Each month, I write a column for Transistor (http://www.transistormag.com) called CTRL+ALT+DULUTH. (Yes, it plays on the "duh-LOOT" pronunciation.) Below is the text from last week's issue:
... Posted on 9/5/09 at 11:27 AM
Duluth celebrated a groundbreaking for a $12.6 million Central Hillside housing project Tuesday, officially naming the future structure in honor of the late Steve O’Neil, a St. Louis County commissioner and advocate to end homelessness who died of thyroid cancer in July.
You’re young, you’re in love … then the relationship goes south. What do you do? If you’re like one anonymous ex-boyfriend, you write until you have spilled 20 pages of anger onto the paper. Then you lose the notebook in Duluth’s Central Hillside.
Joella Lee Tucker, 32, of Duluth and Raymond Charles Weeks, 42, of Two Harbors were taken into custody Thursday on warrants in connection with the December 2012 murder of 54-year-old Duluth resident Kevin John Tyman.
The fate of St. Peter’s Church in Duluth’s Observation Hill neighborhood could be decided Tuesday, when the Duluth Heritage Preservation Commission will consider whether the 87-year-old church should be designated a landmark.
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