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ESPN's John Skipper resigns, citing a substance abuse problem
Update: Victims in snowmobile crash near Orr identified
Chisholm High School flooded
Minnesota parent upset over 'The Breakfast Club' being shown in class
The government admits it studies UFOs. So about those Area 51 conspiracy theories …
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Health care consolidation aimed at changing how the business works
IRRRB may stash some mining tax from Republicans
On Health Care: Nontraditional partnerships will be key
The Memo for Dec. 18, 2017
Stocks for Dec. 18, 2017
Panthers owner plans to sell team amid investigation into workplace misconduct
Hockey: Rooney excels as US loses to Canada
Hockey: UMD's Anderson named captain of U.S. junior team
Curling: Duluth curlers fall in Olympic Trials mixed doubles final
Wild have no answer for Kane in loss to rival Blackhawks
Duluth woman turns vintage books, maps and more into handmade artwork
Bright lights … and a Seussian city are among the entrants in a holiday light contest
Best Bets: Channeling Liberace, micro-cinema and more
Concert Review: Ex-Jayhawk Mark Olson takes trip around the world
Violet Days: Yule log
Herb and Alice Ellis
Gene and Lois Lysher celebrate their 65th anniversary
Thomas " Buck" McDonald
Larry Almon Hare
Theresa (Riehle) Thomas
Ethel Isabelle Matschulat
James Douglas Gallup
John P. Bergson
Our View: Finally, optimism for old library
National View: Like cellphones, other infrastructure, pipelines need to be modernized
Reader's View: National Republicans are reverse Robin Hoods
Reader's View: War with North Korea good for business
Commentary: It is risky to sell your soul to the devil
North Shore ski trail will allow fat-biking on trial basis
Outdoors notebook: New MN regulations, ND dates set
Resort workers keep Lake of the Woods winter fishing industry running smoothly
Ask a Conservation Officer: Rules for ATVs on roads
Houston's fishing report: Inland lakes providing best action
Ask a Trooper: What are the best type of tires for my vehicle?
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December 15, 2017
Meals available homeless, low-income veterans in Northland
About 4,000 meals will be made available next week for Northland military veterans who may have fallen on hard times. Homeless or low-income veterans can pick up the MREs — meals ready to eat — beginning Thursday while supplies last. Each veteran will receive one case of food,...
December 15, 2017 - 6:15pm
December 12, 2017
Video: Holiday messages from local military members overseas
Duluth military members currently serving overseas share holiday messages with their loved ones back home. Maj. Jodi Grayson, a single mom with...
December 12, 2017 - 11:54am
December 11, 2017
Officials see weapons threat as North Korea gains biotech expertise
Five months before North Korea's first nuclear test in 2006, U.S. intelligence officials sent a report to Congress warning that secret work also was underway on a biological weapon. The communist regime, which had long ago acquired the pathogens that cause smallpox and anthrax, had...
December 11, 2017 - 10:43am
December 7, 2017
Photos: Pearl Harbor remembered
December 7, 2017 - 8:13pm
This fighter pilot flew the last mission over Japan in WWII. Then he learned to love his enemy.
It was Aug. 13, 1945, four days after the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Japan had suffered unimaginable destruction, but Emperor Hirohito...
December 7, 2017 - 10:31am
December 6, 2017
Our View: Days of infamy too soon fade away
"Do you know anything special about this day?" A pair of News Tribune reporters fanned out into downtown Duluth 66 years ago today and repeatedly...
December 6, 2017 - 5:33pm
December 5, 2017
From the Northland to Puerto Rico: 148th members helping with hurricane relief
For Master Sgt. Chris Simonson and Staff Sgt. Jessica Smart, the stuff of world news is outside the service window of what amounts to their food...
December 5, 2017 - 6:08pm
Pearl Harbor Day observance planned for Thursday in Duluth
A commemorative service marking the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor will take place at 11 a.m. Thursday in Paulucci Hall on the...
December 5, 2017 - 1:14pm
Military funding a study of peregrine falcons to build drone killer
Throughout history, humans have employed falcons as lethal hunters of other animals. Now those raptors are being sent after drones. It turns...
December 5, 2017 - 11:16am
December 4, 2017
Analysis: In return to cold war posture, US sending sub hunting planes to Iceland
The Pentagon is preparing to spend millions of dollars to fix up a Cold War-era air base in Iceland as Washington rushes to keep an eye on a new generation of stealthy Russian submarines slipping into the North Atlantic. Tucked away in the 2018 defense budget sitting on President...
December 4, 2017 - 10:46am
December 3, 2017
Commanding presence: New 148th Fighter Wing leader brings candor to introduction
Col. Christopher M. Blomquist wasted no time Sunday establishing the type of candid leadership he'll bring to the 148th Fighter Wing. Following...
December 3, 2017 - 6:39pm
December 1, 2017
Trees for Troops returns this weekend near Carlton
This weekend will mark the 10th year that the Chub Lake Tree Farm near Carlton has hosted the Trees for Troops event, and the 13th year of the nationwide program which sends donated trees to military families. Chub Lake Tree Farm owners Bev and James Whorton will celebrate the event...
December 1, 2017 - 4:33pm
November 22, 2017
Reader's View: Kneeling isn't disrespectful at all
Some people choose to believe that kneeling during the national anthem is a sign of disrespect toward our country and our veterans. But is it really? My husband is a veteran, and he's not insulted at all by athletes who kneel during the anthem. He knows their actions bear no connection...
November 22, 2017 - 5:02pm
November 18, 2017
'It made me stronger': Northland women recount a mix of military experiences
Best friends since sixth grade, Amber Nielsen and Holly Breeden decided to enlist together in the Wisconsin Army National Guard following the...
November 18, 2017 - 6:54pm
November 17, 2017
Navy says genitalia air display 'absolutely unacceptable'
Residents of Washington state turned their eyes to a clear blue sky Thursday, Nov. 17, and found themselves staring at a cartoonish rendering of male genitalia, sketched in smoke by at least one Navy EA-18G Growler jet flying out of Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. The image stretched...
November 17, 2017 - 4:12pm