STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Going to the cats
The Internets love of cats has crossed over into the real world, and Eh? wonders why the Internet loves cats so much anyway, but that can wait for another time. For now, suffice it to say, crazy cat v... Posted on 12/4/13 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Vote for best holiday storefront
Check out the more than 30 decorated storefronts in downtown Duluth as they're unveiled before the Christmas City of the North Parade today.
Many had hung red curtains on the windows this week while ... Posted on 11/22/13 at 2:17 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES The Bridges of Des Moines Part III: The (lost) Truss Bridges
There are more bridge types that make Des Moines one of the most populous bridges in the Midwest. As we will see in this part, truss bridges were just as popular of a bridge design as the arch bridg... Posted on 10/28/13 at 9:58 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Duluth's Fidelity Building comes tumbling down, 1977
Wrecking crews start to demolish the Fidelity Building in downtown Duluth in April 1977. (Charles Curtis / News-Tribune)
The Fidelity Building stood in downtown Duluth for about 65 years,... Posted on 7/5/13 at 2:45 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREAVOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices blogging, baby...
We've seen the ads on TV.
Downtown merchants and residents touting the virtues of downtown Fargo in two simple words..."downtown, baby."
Hip, cool, happening.
The fact that do... Posted on 12/7/12 at 7:45 AM
Citing taped jailhouse phone calls between Last Place on Earth owner Jim Carlson and his girlfriend, Lava Haugen, the U.S. attorney in the case has asked a federal judge to take action before the Duluth head shop owner can hide a home and land in Mexico under Haugen’s name.
The Internet’s love of cats has crossed over into the real world, and Eh? wonders why the Internet loves cats so much anyway, but that can wait for another time. For now, suffice it to say, crazy cat videos are coming to a theater near you.
“We were in and outside, so instead of taking our jackets off, we just began reporting," Northland's NewsCenter news director Barbara Reyelts said of the station's Christmas City of the North parade coverage. "We weren’t pretending.”
Young and old, clad in turkey costumes, full-body tights or just shorts, hundreds of people from the Iron Range to Atlanta braved chilly weather to start their Thanksgiving by racing through downtown Duluth in the annual Gobble Gallop.
The Downtown Area Short Hop, or DASH, program suggested by the Duluth Transit Authority received City Council approval last night and will start Dec. 3. DASH will offer free midday rides along a 12-block stretch in downtown Duluth.
Children were running in the street, dancing and doing cartwheels as they anxiously waited for the parade to begin. Parents and grandparents stood back with a look of admiration while shivering in blankets and drinking hot chocolate.
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