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On hilltop in Northern Ireland, new monument honors Duluth man, others killed in WWII plane crash
Surprise school sports legislation stirs up critics in Wisconsin
Authorities detonate suspicious device near U.S. Capitol
U.S., allies conduct 35 airstrikes against Islamic State in Syria, Iraq
Minnesota schools hoping money for maintenance survives education bill veto
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New Goodwill store for Kenwood in Duluth; Superior store to move
Baby clothes made in Duluth with social cause in mind
Dermatologists in short supply
Two area credit unions head toward merger
New dermatology clinic in the Twin Ports aims to ease doctor shortage
Making tracks at Proctor Speedway
Prep summaries and playoff schedule
Foreman awaits call from Hall
NBA: James’ triple-double gives Cavs win in OT
Reader's View: Grant would greatly benefit local bike trails
Reader's View: Vitamin D story shines a bright light on racism
Reader's View: Smaller class sizes will improve education
Reader's View: Photo shows the growing ills of modern society
Reader's View: Raising the age for tobacco purchase could backfire
Faces & Names: Depardieu eyes role in Netflix’s French ‘House of Cards’
Faces & Names: Holmes creator’s estate sues Miramax
Faces & Names: Olsen twins not in ‘Full House’ sequel
Faces & Names: TLC pulls ‘19 Kids’ amid revelations
Faces & Names: Gyllenhaal, 37, told she’s ‘too old’ to play 55-year-old’s lover
Spuds a plenty in the Northland
Horoscopes for May 25
Horoscopes for May 24
Horoscopes for May 23
LIVING SMART: 10 tips to extend the life of home appliances
Sam Cook columns
Beverly Godfrey columns
Going with the flow on remote Northland river
Couple plans canoe trip to the Arctic Ocean
Northland fishing contests
Do it: The warbler walk
Five Questions: Denfeld graduating senior already has history of helping women
Helping Out for May 24, 2015
YourSports: Cloquet wins Minnesota Class 3A state championship
YourSports: North Shore Wrestling Club celebrates 2014-15 season
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St Louis County
May 12, 2015
St. Louis County says no to public vaping
In Jerry Iozzo’s view, e-cigarettes changed his life. “I’m proof that you can quit smoking by electronic cigarette,” the Hibbing man told the St. Louis County Board on Tuesday. “I’m proof that it’s not only harm reduction but it’s harm reversal also.” During...
news / health
May 12, 2015 - 5:18pm
May 10, 2015
E-cigarettes: Doctors' View: E-cigarette, tobacco smoke enough alike to warrant regulation
What are e-cigarettes? Have you ever seen one? Do you know how they work? Are they as bad for your health as traditional cigarettes? It is fair to say that three or four years ago these were new questions and we did not know the answers. But now we do, and it is certainly time for...
opinion / columns
May 10, 2015 - 9:34pm
E-cigarettes: Health Educator's View: Proposal would uphold standard of clean indoor air
I fully support St. Louis County’s proposal to regulate e-cigarette use indoors, as has been done with smoking in Minnesota since 2007. As smoking is not “banned,” neither will all e-cigarette use be “banned.” The proposal simply will uphold the standard of clean indoor...
opinion / columns
May 10, 2015 - 9:32pm
E-cigarettes: Former Lawmaker's View: St. Louis County can lead the way
I am a former medical school educator who had the honor of serving 11 terms as the east Duluth district’s representative in the Minnesota House. My proudest moment in public service came in 2007 when the Freedom to Breathe Act, a bill I authored that extended Minnesota’s Clean...
opinion / columns
May 10, 2015 - 9:29pm
May 8, 2015
Woman reports assault at Orr campground
A woman sustained non-life-threatening injuries Friday morning in an alleged assault at the Echo Lake Campground in Orr. The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources responded to a report that a woman had been struck by a hatchet or an...
news / crime
May 8, 2015 - 11:20pm
Marriages & Divorces for May 8, 2015
St. Louis County April marriage license applications Jared Warneke, Duluth, and Breanna Gadient, Duluth. Douglas Jarvis, Duluth, and Richard Carr, Duluth. Brian Ronding, Duluth, and Samantha Randby, Duluth. Jadon Koistinen, Hayti, S.D., and Heidi Wantaja, Duluth. Michael...
May 8, 2015 - 7:28am
May 7, 2015
Our View: County up next in quest for clear air
Next up in the quest for clear air that’s safe from the poisons found in cigarette smoke and from the unknowns of e-cigarette vapors: St. Louis County. The county has a public hearing scheduled for 9:40 a.m. Tuesday at the courthouse in Duluth before the elected board of commissioners...
opinion / our view
May 7, 2015 - 8:49pm
May 5, 2015
Authorities seeking owner of wayward dock found near Orr
If anyone is missing a dock on Pelican Lake, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office may have your wayward pier. Large sections of a wooden dock were found adrift on the lake near Orr on Tuesday afternoon, but where it came from and who it belongs to are a mystery. The sheriff's...
May 5, 2015 - 3:54pm
May 4, 2015
Our View: Let rare get-together become common
Duluth and St. Louis County have been around for 159 long years, since way back in the horse-and-buggy days of 1856 — their interests intertwined ever since, their challenges the same, and stretches of their borders and populations always shared. But their governing bodies apparently...
opinion / our view
May 4, 2015 - 1:15pm
April 29, 2015
St. Louis County Courthouse to open its doors for Law Day
There are many reasons why someone might need to visit their county courthouse. Rarely is it for pleasant purposes, 6th Judicial District Chief...
April 29, 2015 - 11:00pm
Utility limits water discharge from Island Lake
Drought conditions across the Northland have prompted Minnesota Power to take action to maintain water levels in its Island Lake Reservoir. The utility said this week that it will limit discharges from Island Lake, the largest impoundment in the utility’s hydroelectric system,...
April 29, 2015 - 9:54pm
Refurbished Camp Esquagama is ready for campers
St. Louis County taxpayers have anted up more than $2 million in recent years to upgrade and operate the summer youth camp the county owns on Lake Esquagama, and on Tuesday county commissioners got to see the improvements firsthand. The former 4-H camp that will celebrate its 80th...
April 29, 2015 - 6:29am
April 17, 2015
Our View: Bomb-squad snafu no laughing matter
The letters and pleas may be going to the wrong places and to the wrong people, but the critical need to right a wrong — in the name of public safety — remains quite clear. In the past two weeks the Duluth City Council and St. Louis County Board voted to send letters to Gov....
opinion / our view
April 17, 2015 - 10:07pm
April 15, 2015
Duluth methadone clinic expected to be sold
Duluth’s long-troubled methadone clinic is set to get a new owner, but its future remains uncertain as it faces closure by the state and local opposition to a new license. Colonial Management Group, a Florida-based drug treatment company, is selling off all of its Minnesota clinics,...
April 15, 2015 - 10:29pm
April 14, 2015
St. Louis County considers ban on e-cigarettes
St. Louis County made its first motion Tuesday to join the ranks of other local governments moving to ban electronic cigarettes in public places. The county board set a public hearing for May 12 to consider ordinance No.
April 14, 2015 - 6:36pm