Wendy Gornick sat down to pay some bills last week and, while she was at it, scratched a lottery ticket she bought at the Hibbing Short Stop.
Next thing you know she’s waking up the whole family, according to the Minnesota Lottery.
After all the crowds have gone from the Duluth Airshow on July 17, an exclusive little crowd of 2,500 will come back in for a “Twilight Airshow” with stunt planes and a performance by 1990s ballad rockers Firehouse.
Mike Scholtz of Wrenshall took first prize in the fifth annual Short Shorts Film Festival at the Play Ground. Scholtz, who is involved with the Free Range Film Festival, won $250 for his less-than-five-minute documentary “To Moscow With Love.”
You celebrate spring by washing your windows. Mentor Duluth celebrates spring with a challenge: Hooking up 31 mentors with 31 kids in 31 days.
“Is it possible?” they ask. “Nearly 200 youths waiting for mentors certainly hope so.”
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