STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Wish drive at Duluth airport
The Duluth International Airport and Allegiant are set to host a holiday-themed toy and gift card drive to benefit Make-A-Wish Minnesota. Its rumored that Santa will pop in for pictures with kids. Don... Posted on 12/18/13 at 9:30 AM
A church in Superior is trying to make the holidays a little less blue by offering people a service themed to let people know “they are not alone.”
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church will host a “Blue Christmas Service” at
3 p.m. Saturday.
The owners of Super One Foods announced that all donations made to Salvation Army Red Kettles at 13 area Super One stores beginning today and ending 4 p.m. Christmas Eve will be matched by Miner’s Inc., which owns Super One stores. So give as generously as you can.
The producers of Animal Planet’s “Treehouse Masters” are looking for locals who are kicking around building a log cabin addition to an existing home, a vacation property or business — or maybe just planning a super-fort for kids or canines.
During the “Duluth Does Low” show Thursday at Sacred Heart Music Center, Mayor Don Ness presented members of Low — Alan Sparhawk, Mimi Parker and Steve Garrington — with a key to the city, an 18-inch, 1-pound, key-shaped object made from Richlite by Good Sheet.
It’s was not a typical evening at the Duluth Public Library. Gone were the antiseptic neon lights that, while efficient and cost-effective, would have seemed out of place mixed with the champagne served to the guests at the second annual “Libations at the Library” on Wednesday.
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