STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Support boys in blue
Community members who want to support the Duluth Police Department now have a new way to support the department and its volunteers.
The Duluth Police Foundation officially will launch with a fundraise... Posted on 10/17/13 at 12:00 AM
HEALTH OUT LOUD Get Your Car Seat Checked
The car seat clinic is open to the public, no appointment needed.
Thursday, June 6th
Alexandria Fire Department
302 Fillmore Street (west side of the fire hall)
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Seven out of 10 c... Posted on 6/4/13 at 4:07 PM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Stolen Amp/Sacred Heart Music Center
Help catch the thief...This is what the stolen amp looks like that was stolen from the Sacred Heart Music Center.
Call the Duluth Police Department.... Posted on 10/1/12 at 7:18 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Guns and Hoses... Posted on 8/30/12 at 6:49 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Police investigate Rep. Gauthier in rest stop incident
By Brandon Stahl, Duluth News Tribune
Duluth police are investigating state Rep. Kerry Gauthier, DFL-Duluth, in connection with an incident last month at the Thompson Hill rest area off Interstate 35... Posted on 8/15/12 at 12:08 PM
Duluth Mayor Ben Boo yesterday unveiled a $34.2 million annual capital improvement program that includes a $1 million West End truck center and a $4.5 million Arena-Auditorium annex. Boo presented his program at a dinner meeting with the City Council.
At a special meeting Monday, Sebeka City Council members unanimously accepted the retirement of the town’s police chief, who was recently cited for driving while intoxicated, and appointed a part-time officer as interim chief.
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.
It really wasn’t a big deal, the Minneapolis police officer insisted after scribbling a note and stuffing it into the pocket of a man who suffered a seizure and passed out behind the wheel. Just part of the job.
One of several young people fleeing the bust of a late-night underage drinking party in western Minnesota was found nearby a half-day later and brought to a hospital by ambulance, but the effort was too late to save the star high school football player’s life.
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