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Bicyclist dies days after being hit by car in Fargo
Parts of Northland see record warmth
UPDATE: Protest at Enbridge property in Bemidji, Minn., ends
Minnesota entrepreneur wants to improve how scholarships are awarded
Cook County tourism industry braces for visa program changes
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Passing on the keys: Careful planning puts the success in business succession
Sappi snags state award for Cloquet mill
Duluth port celebrates rail revival: CN container service opens new possibilities
New customer for AAR in Duluth
Dollar General breaks ground in Poplar
Former Davies, NDSU athlete Scheel wins men's Wild Hog Marathon in Grand Forks
Woodbury native Brennan Menell making the most of his NHL audition for Wild
Ramirez helps Loons storm past reeling FC Dallas
Wild owner Craig Leipold says it's Stanley Cup or bust this season
NFL: Vikings' Keenum has a history of overcoming doubters
Ask a Master Gardener: Perennial division
Tackling fall lawn care
Art for every taste and budget
Design Recipes: Decorate with black
Tomato juice is a myth. Here's what you need to do if your pet gets skunked
Rosemarie Ruth Costley
Carol and David Jouppi
Jim and Elaine Gibson
Authur & Edith Arnold
Greg and Barb Guenard
Marilyn J. "Terry" Irving
Wayne Maynard Huliares
Beverly Jean Jeanette Vogt
Ann E. Prescott
Our view: Approaching 10-year anniversary, Duluth Heritage Sports Center promoting American values
Local view: Week at lake offers reminders of what really matters
National view: Sanders' plan too late for my pal Ed; hope holds for millions
National view: Where in the world is Dail Dinwiddie?
Sam Cook column: Damp weather, lots of foliage slow grouse opener
More hunters turning to crossbows
Ely race to include canoe-portaging division
SHTA raising money for new Split Rock River bridge
MN DNR Weekly Report for Sept. 18, 2017
Students participate in Upward Bound programs
January 27, 2017
Sam Cook column: Is there an Elsye in your life?
I wish I had known Elsye McGuire better. Most of us have a few Elsyes in our life — people with whom we crossed paths briefly, people we...
January 27, 2017 - 5:02am
November 17, 2016
Christa Lawler column: Season of Facebook mental fatigue
The fatigue, man. The fatigue. Facebook had been such a mindless escape. Kid pics, cat vids, friendly witticisms and pop culture think pieces....
November 17, 2016 - 5:40am
October 28, 2016
Sam Cook column: The unseen hunt we don’t often talk about
A woman I spoke to recently was telling me about her first deer hunt. As luck — and skill and preparation — would have it, she would shoot...
October 28, 2016 - 5:40am
September 17, 2016
Beverly Godfrey column: Throwdown in the basement
Things are getting serious within the venerated walls of the News Tribune these days as a new initiative of the company’s culture committee...
September 17, 2016 - 8:45pm
August 19, 2016
Sam Cook column: Life in the T-zone with the boys
Yes, I could see the leaning popple tree across the trail up ahead. It appeared the leaner was high enough that, even atop my mountain bike, I’d have plenty of room to slip under it. But I had to keep my speed up. A couple of young bucks had come up behind me a minute or so earlier....
August 19, 2016 - 12:00am
July 25, 2016
Sam Cook column: Stunned by storm, we rediscover our humanity
The word came down from on high — or at least City Hall. And the word was good: If all of us could get our tree cuttings to the curb, city crews would pick them up. Yes! The word had come down Saturday. Or maybe early Sunday. Who knows? By then the days had begun to run together....
July 25, 2016 - 10:00pm
July 22, 2016
Sam Cook column: Taking stock in the wake of a storm
Morning came with holes in the sky. Great, gaping gray holes after the overnight windstorm. Holes that had once been green and leafy, where squirrels...
July 22, 2016 - 8:37am
July 16, 2016
Beverly Godfrey column: Trying to ‘catch them all’
My husband and I went out for dinner recently for our anniversary, then had a beer at Sir Ben’s. As we talked, I remembered a new thing our...
July 16, 2016 - 8:51pm
July 2, 2016
Beverly Godfrey column: University of this all looks the same
I settled in at work recently, alone at my desk in the early morning after a busy weekend off. In the quiet, my mind began to wander, and before...
July 2, 2016 - 8:38pm
June 18, 2016
Beverly Godfrey column: Lessons in love are the easiest
Every national tragedy brings a flurry of "how to talk to your kids" advice in its wake, and the massacre in Orlando is no different. Or maybe it is different. Considering the advances that have been made in recent years regarding LGBT rights, the shootings a week ago felt like a...
June 18, 2016 - 10:00pm
May 29, 2016
Beverly Godfrey column: Food of childhood, grown up
I’ll admit I wasn’t too interested in ordering from a grilled-cheese sandwich restaurant initially, but after having my first sandwich from...
May 29, 2016 - 7:27am
April 23, 2016
Beverly Godfrey column: Eager for a Tubman $20
I saw the report first in my Facebook news feed, but I was afraid to click on it, afraid it wasn’t true — and then afraid it was true, because...
April 23, 2016 - 8:55pm
April 21, 2016
Mike Creger column: For a certain generation, Prince made us ‘us’
It was 1982. I was 15, and there was nothing like hanging out at someone’s apartment in the small town in southern Minnesota where I went to...
April 21, 2016 - 8:53pm
Christa Lawler column: Struggling to comprehend the sudden loss of a transcendent talent
We were about 8 years old, and we were crowded around a record player in the attic bedroom my worldliest friend shared with her older, super-cool...
April 21, 2016 - 8:52pm
April 7, 2016
Christa Lawler column: Owning sunglasses comes with responsibility
As the first warm sun of the season shot white hot beams straight into my retinas, I had the same thought I had six months ago and six months...
April 7, 2016 - 12:15am