Duluth school district students probably will have longer days for the rest of the year and two days added to the calendar to make up for wintry weather.
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Superior senior Aaron Miller scored two goals and the goaltending tandem of Zack Strom of Cloquet-Esko-Carlton and Hermantown’s Jace Thomas combined to stop 25 shots as the Duluth All-Stars defeated the Iron Range 3-1 on Tuesday night in the first half of the St. Luke’s Orthopedics & Sports Medicine All-Star Hockey Series.RELATED CONTENT
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A bald eagle perches in a spruce tree overlooking a clear cut in the forest near Barnum hoping to scavenge what it can Tuesday morning. (Bob King / email@example.com)