STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Minnesota medical pot?
The University of Minnesota Duluths Center for Ethics and Public Policy is sponsoring a sites.google.com/a/d.umn.edu/cepppanel discussion regarding the possibility of legalizing medical marijuana in t... Posted on 11/7/13 at 10:29 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC World-famous voice with roots in Duluth
April 19, 1998
Duluth native Lorenzo Music uses the studios at Minnesota Public Radio in downtown Duluth in April 1998 to tape commercials and other voice-over roles. Cartoon (characters) are very ha... Posted on 4/21/13 at 11:08 PM
STAFF BLOG ASTRO BOB Celebrate Astronomy Day today!
Cloudy or clear, amateur astronomers will be out across the planet to share their passion for astronomy today. It's Astronomy Day, an annual event celebrated between mid-April and mid-May on the Sat... Posted on 4/20/13 at 8:11 AM
Minnesota broke open a tie game with three goals in the third period to defeat Minnesota Duluth 4-1 in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Face-off women’s semifinal Friday night at Sanford Center in Bemidji, Minn., ending the Bulldogs’ season.
The Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey team scored seven goals twice during exhibition games this season.
Friday night’s crucial game against Nebraska-Omaha wasn’t an exhibition, but rather an important National Collegiate Hockey Conference game with home-ice playoff implications.
The Bulldogs only treated Omaha like an exhibition opponent, winning 8-2 before 6,501 spectators at Amsoil Arena.
During Minnesota Duluth’s series two weeks ago against Minnesota, the Bulldogs experimented with a new game plan in an effort to see what might work against the No. 1 college women’s hockey team in the country.
WASHINGTON — Minnesota colleges graduate dozens of newly minted military officers each year through the campus-based Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, a nearly century-old program that has helped the military broaden and diversify its officer corps.
More king-sized freighters will be seen on the Great Lakes soon because of a shipbuilding boom triggered by the demand for steel and coal shipments from Duluth-Superior to lower lakes ports. At least five more 1,000-footers will be constructed under current contracts.
Minnesota Duluth senior Cole Toepfer and freshman Samantha Rivard were both voted Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference track athlete of the year after the conference meet Saturday, while Joanna Warmington was named NSIC women’s coach of the year.
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