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US may review 1959 airplane crash that killed Buddy Holly
Fears and cheers follow Target’s plan to lay off thousands
Lawmaker’s culture crusade draws apology demand
Koochiching County jail administrator charged with theft
Forestry classes offered for North Shore landowners
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Target plans to cut thousands of jobs in Minnesota
14 Cargill heirs on Forbes’ list of billionaires, more than any family in world
2 new Duluth stores have a focus on fashion
Allegiant to suspend Duluth-Las Vegas flights
New Duluth hotel aims for June opening
Duluth East diver hopes to make a splash at state meet
Vikings trade Cassel to Bills
Shootouts could send UMD men's hockey team on the road
Boys hockey: Duluth East saved its season by finding an identity
Hermantown breezes into Class A boys hockey semifinals
Reader's View: Unions must stand up for their rights
Reader's View: On balance, things always can be worse
Reader's View: Fear-mongering over climate diverts attention
Reader's View: Unbelievable that people would torture a dog
A Judge's View: Mediation can help ease never-easy divorce cases
Faces and Names: Smith to leave ‘Downton Abbey’ after next season
Faces & Names: Bruce Willis to star in ‘Misery’ on Broadway
Faces & Names: Zachary Quinto to visit ‘Hannibal’
Faces & Names: New coin portrait of queen unveiled
Faces & Names: Madonna announces dates for tour
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Horoscopes for March 4
WINE SAVVY: Learn the Syrah varietal
Open, sesame seeds
Hudson's authentic German restaurant among the nation's best
Sam Cook columns
Beverly Godfrey columns
Piebald deer visits rural Duluth family’s feeder
Minnesota outdoor bills include one preventing people from shooting dogs chasing deer
MN DNR Weekly Report for March 2, 2015
Outdoors notes for March 1
Field reports: Minnesotans will see new fishing regulations for 2015 season
Duluth family continues book club started by mom — who always read the most
Helping Out for March 1, 2015
Recsports for March 1, 2015
Births for March 1, 2015
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December 7, 2014
Hermantown chamber’s new executive director is upbeat on city’s possibilities
Karen Pionk, the new executive director of the Hermantown Area Chamber of Commerce, says the city’s opportunities for growth and development are one of its strengths. “Hermantown has been on the rise,” she said. “There’s been growth in population and businesses. I really...
December 7, 2014 - 8:03pm
December 5, 2014
Small schools preview: Denfeld hopes 'melting pot' is winning recipe
On paper, the Duluth Denfeld boys hockey team appears to be well-positioned for contention in Section 7A. Games, though, aren’t played on...
sports / preps
December 5, 2014 - 9:03am
Hockey preview: 5 players and games to watch
5 PLAYERS TO WATCH Nick Altmann (Duluth East) Senior forward • A 20-goal scorer a year ago, Altmann sent Greyhounds to sixth straight state tournament by scoring in OT of Section 7AA final Gunnar Howg (Duluth East) Senior goalie • 20-game winner allowed just 1.86...
sports / preps
December 5, 2014 - 8:49am
December 1, 2014
Critics: Duluth gains little from sales tax hike
The road to likely passage of a half-percent sales tax in St. Louis County to pay for road and bridge repairs met with a detour at its final public hearing Monday evening. Commissioner Frank Jewell attempted to introduce an amendment that would allocate more of the expected $10.5...
December 1, 2014 - 11:16pm
Duluth, Hermantown police report three opioid overdose deaths in past two days
After three opioid overdose deaths in the previous two days, the Duluth and Hermantown police departments on Monday issued a renewed warning about the dangers of opioid drugs. Police said in a news release they are “concerned for opioid users,” and warned people of the risk of...
news / health
December 1, 2014 - 2:37pm
Northland artist’s work inspired by vintage crate labels
The Duluth Crate Co. might not sound like much of a vessel for artistic creativity. But its founder and sole employee is quick to point out that the business’ name has less to do with the product he ships to customers than his initial source of inspiration. Vintage fruit crates. Jeff...
December 1, 2014 - 10:31am
November 28, 2014
Autism therapy center opens in Hermantown
A program that offers intensive therapy for children diagnosed with autism will have a home in the Twin Ports beginning Monday. The Minnetonka-based Minnesota Autism Center, which already has seven locations across the state, will be able to serve 20 to 25 children in its local center...
November 28, 2014 - 9:30pm
November 22, 2014
50 years on the organ bench
It’s possible that if Barb Johnson weren’t busy playing the organ on Saturday evenings, she could do pretty well as a comedienne. The 75-year-old Hermantown woman, marking her 50th anniversary as organist at St. Raphael’s Church on Seville Road in Hermantown, has that innate...
November 22, 2014 - 8:21pm
November 20, 2014
Trail plans unveiled to link Proctor, Hermantown to Munger
Kathleen Hannan sat through years of trail planning meetings as part of a community advisory board in her hometown of Proctor. That’s what made Thursday’s open house to discuss a trail spur linking Proctor and Hermantown to the Munger Trail feel like such a victory. “It seemed...
November 20, 2014 - 10:33pm
November 11, 2014
Canada-based company buys Superior Steel
A Canadian company with facilities in Hermantown is making plans to buy Superior Steel on Connors Point. Dingwell’s North America is expected to close this week on the company owned by Russell “Rusty” Hoglund. Superior Steel moved to Connors Point about a decade ago from Duluth. Hoglund...
news / superior
November 11, 2014 - 10:41pm
November 4, 2014
Experimental pacemaker keeps Duluth man's heart beating
The odd thing, Dave Nolle thinks now, is that no one told him his heart had stopped. “I think I probably would have been less likely to refuse transport to the hospital — which is what I did,” the Duluth man said. Nolle, the CEO of the Boy Scouts of America Voyageurs Area...
news / health
November 4, 2014 - 1:37pm
Health notes: Shriners celebrate 1 million and counting
Shriners have a million reasons to celebrate on Wednesday evening. The Aad Shriners Hospital Dad’s Dinner will take place at the Aad Shriners Convention and Meeting Facility, 5152 Miller Trunk Highway in Hermantown. They’re celebrating treatment of the 1 millionth patient at...
news / health
November 4, 2014 - 12:00am
November 1, 2014
Prep volleyball: Hawks can’t keep momentum in final
Mora earns state berth with 3-1 win; Carlton tops South Ridge for 7A championship
sports / preps
November 1, 2014 - 8:18pm
October 31, 2014
Northland man returns from seven-month trip in the Boundary Waters
Gary Fiedler had dreamed about a canoe trip like this for a long time. He had a taste of it in 2009, when he made a six-week trip to the Boundary...
October 31, 2014 - 10:07pm