Authorities seized more than $750,000 in cash from the Superior home of Jim Carlson on Wednesday, Duluth police said today.
UPDATE: Mark Dayton said today that he and his staff have been in regular contact with MNsure officials, and even more often as deadlines approached and computer glitches, problems with a help line and other issues built up.
UPDATE: The Republican measure requires a petition to trigger a state review of a nickname — a departure from current law, which states a single complaint is enough to prompt an evaluation.
A decision issued by a federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday could spell new hope for the city of Duluth in its quest to reclaim about $6 million per year that it used to receive from video slot machines at the Fond-du-Luth Casino in downtown Duluth.
City of Duluth officials today announced that the Kern family has won first place in the city’s annual holiday lighting contest.
For local lit fans, the holiday season doesn’t start until Joseph Maiolo delivers his public reading of Truman Capote’s “A Christmas Memory.”
ALBUM REVIEW: It’s tempting to call “Blazing Gentlemen” the best Pollard solo release in a while, or ever. But it’s really just the guy’s latest thing.
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Water dripping from a building rooftop in downtown Duluth grew into a shape resembling a perched bird Thursday night. (Bob King / email@example.com)
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