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Astro Bob blog: Rosetta's shadow darkens an unfamiliar landscape
Wisconsin DNR secretary proposes selling naming rights to state parks
Truck driver fatally hit after exiting his truck on Minnesota freeway
Coast Guard to begin ice breaking in harbor
Matters of record for March 3, 2015
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2 new Duluth stores have a focus on fashion
14 Cargill heirs on Forbes’ list of billionaires, more than any family in world
Allegiant to suspend Duluth-Las Vegas flights
New Duluth hotel aims for June opening
Biz Buzz for March 2
Prep girls basketball playoff preview: Esko stays focused in quest for repeat
Packers’ Cobb could hit free agent market
Local names and news: Former Husky gets win over Phillies
Perkins not holding back vs. his alma mater
UMD coach's view: Team’s success depends on the success of other UMD teams
Reader's view: Letter writer should allow Jesus to enter his life
Reserve Officer's View: Navy Reserve celebrates proud history of service to the country
Our view: Reactive no more, Duluth looks ahead
Reader's View: The proof of God is evident all around us
Faces & Names: New coin portrait of queen unveiled
Faces & Names: Madonna announces dates for tour
Faces & Names: ‘24’ alum Kim Raver in ABC drama pilot
Faces & Names: Dakota Johnson joins ISIS in ‘SNL’ spoof
Symphony review: DSSO provides an enchanted evening
Health notes: Duluth duo in elite circle of blood pressure control
Horoscopes for March 3
Losing weight before pregnancy brings benefits for mom, baby
Clinical psychologist offers tips on how to limit technology use
More students heading to college need help with mental illness
Sam Cook columns
Beverly Godfrey columns
Piebald deer visits rural Duluth family’s feeder
MN DNR Weekly Report for March 2, 2015
Outdoors notes for March 1
Field reports: Minnesotans will see new fishing regulations for 2015 season
Rock and ice: Strength, technique put Duluth man among country’s elite mixed climbers
Duluth family continues book club started by mom — who always read the most
Recsports for March 1, 2015
Make a Difference for March 1, 2015
Births for March 1, 2015
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Pet of the Week for March 3, 2015
MONTY is a 1½-year-old black male spaniel (unknown type) flat-coated retriever mix available for adoption through Animal Allies in Duluth, 4006 Airport Road. This high-energy guy was found as a stray and is ready to go to a good home, according to Animal Allies. He’s a smart,...
6 hours 29 min ago
March 2, 2015
Iron Range man accused of killing ex-girlfriend's dog
A 31-year-old Chisholm man faces a felony charge after allegedly stabbing his ex-girlfriend's dog to death last week.
17 hours 49 min ago
February 28, 2015
Piebald deer visits rural Duluth family’s feeder
At age 6, Parker Swart is a serious student of deer and lot of other wildlife. He watches deer from his home in rural Duluth, and his family...
February 28, 2015 - 11:34pm
Panel takes a look at Minnesota deer population goals
The charge is straightforward: Should deer population goals along Minnesota’s North Shore be increased, decreased or kept the same? Fourteen members of a North Shore deer advisory group met Tuesday in Two Harbors to consider those options in five deer permit areas stretching from...
outdoors / hunting
February 28, 2015 - 8:28pm
Carlton County Sheriff’s Office welcomes Roman, new police dog
The Carlton County Sheriff’s Office has a new officer on staff — and he’s just 14 months old. Roman, a male German shepherd, joined the sheriff’s office in mid-January after Northwoods Credit Union in Cloquet offered to pay the $10,000 cost of acquiring the dog. Sheriff...
news / crime
February 28, 2015 - 6:58pm
February 27, 2015
Reward offered in case of puppy found in burning trash bin in northern Minnesota
BEMIDJI, Minn. -- The Humane Society of the United States has doubled its usual reward to $5,000 to find out who is responsible for the burning of a puppy dubbed "Phoenix," found last week in an industrial trash bin in Redby on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in far northern Minnesota....
news / crime
February 27, 2015 - 11:04pm
February 23, 2015
Pet of the Week for Feb. 24
GRUMBLES is a 15-year-old female tabby cat available for adoption through Animal Allies in Duluth, 4006 Airport Road. Despite her name and age, Grumbles is a sweet cat with plenty of energy. She will come up to you for affection and is hoping you’ll let her curl up on your couch....
February 23, 2015 - 10:32pm
Puppy recovering after being found in burning trash bin in northern Minnesota
BEMIDJI -- His name is Phoenix. And yes, he did rise from the ashes. Phoenix is a 5-month-old Husky mix found Friday night in a burning garbage bin in Redby, Minn., who is now being cared for at a Twin Cities animal rescue clinic. His prognosis? A long recovery. "I suspect he...
news / crime
February 23, 2015 - 8:17pm
Minnesota moose calf study works through setbacks
Minnesota wildlife researchers will keep trying to collar and study newborn moose calves in 2015 even though things haven’t gone well during the first two years of the effort. Last May and June, researchers put GPS collars on 25 moose calves just hours after they were born. But...
February 23, 2015 - 9:40am
February 22, 2015
Beverly Godfrey: Forgiving people, protecting animals
I gave up a pet for adoption last week — our goldfish had outgrown its tank. I figured I could either buy a big, expensive tank, watch him stress out and die in the little tank, or take him back to Petco, which is what I did. They said they’d find him a good home. The fish originally...
February 22, 2015 - 12:00am
February 20, 2015
U.S. formally restores federal protections for wolves in Great Lakes region
Wolves in western Great Lakes states and Wyoming were returned to endangered or threatened species lists on Friday, giving them protection against hunting and trapping, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said. The decision complies with earlier orders by federal judges that restored...
February 20, 2015 - 2:36pm
February 19, 2015
Video: Mountain lion caught on camera in U.P.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has verified trail cam video of a mountain lion, or cougar, taken earlier this winter in the eastern Upper Peninsula. Two hunters caputured the footage at a deer kill site in Mackinac County; the video shows the male cougar coming back...
February 19, 2015 - 12:07pm
February 18, 2015
Rescuers come to aid of ailing trumpeter swan on St. Croix River
HUDSON, Wis. -- A trumpeter swan was seen on Valentine’s Day helping free a sick swan from ice on the St. Croix River near Hudson. Days later, it was a group of humans’ turn to help the bird in need. Several people arrived on the bank of the St. Croix on Tuesday afternoon with...
February 18, 2015 - 12:53pm
February 17, 2015
Winter survey shows Minnesota moose numbers still low
Northeastern Minnesota’s troubled moose herd continues to dwindle, according to the annual aerial survey headed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. While numbers vary from year to year based on survey conditions, such as the amount of snow on the ground, surveys...
February 17, 2015 - 9:23pm