STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Preserving history
Duluths Lakewalk is about to get a shot of history three, to be precise.
The city of Duluth, partnered with the Friends of the Lakewalk, announced three new information kiosks along the Lakewalk, al... Posted on 11/25/13 at 11:00 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Another Des Moines Historic Bridge slated for the dumpster?
Waterworks Park Bridge targeted for replacement with a larger bridge. Plan not yet finalized.
As the fight has started to save the Green Bridge at 5th Avenue over the Raccoon River, the days of ano... Posted on 11/8/13 at 5:25 AM
HUNGRY FOR LIFE Raffle, Worth $300.00, Oct. 20th, Clyde
Wheel Barrow from Marshall Hardware
Wine from the Following Donors:
-Lake Aire Bottlewww.lakeairbottleshoppe.com/
-Warehouse Liquor Store-104 W. Central Entrance,Duluth
-Universi... Posted on 10/12/13 at 5:10 AM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Red Lobster completes makeover
With remodeling complete, the Red Lobster restaurant in Duluth's Canal Park now sports a look look inspired by the New England coast.
To give guests a feel of seaside dining, the restaurant now has a... Posted on 10/1/13 at 12:53 PM
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 shots from the 1980s of people having fun – or at work – in the snow.
A mini-traffic jam clogged the parking area near the Lake Superior Maritime Museum this afternoon, and people tried to park as close as they could to see the waves roll onto the shore near the lighthouse in Canal Park. This photographer could barely open her car door because the wind was so strong. The wind, up to 30 knots, successfully blew this photographer's winter cap off. Water from the waves sprayed the pebble beach, making it a precarious walk. I remember I fell in this same spot 15 months ago while trying to capture a shot of waves and then running away, trying not to get wet. This year, the waves shot up high enough to spray water down on my capless head. A knot is a unit of speed equal to one nautical mile (which is defined as 1.852 km) per hour, approximately 1.151 mph.
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