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Silver Bay considers options for closed airport
Storm creates washouts, road closures
Townhomes coming to Congdon
Why Duluth? Trump visit capitalizing on changing district
Deputy receives top honor in Gilbert shooting
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Jeff R. Longenecker named new Executive Director at Community Action Duluth
Duluth Kraus-Anderson promotes Daniel Markham to director of operations
Bankruptcies filed June 8-13, 2018
Property Transactions for June 6-13, 2018
Cub Foods co-founder dies Sunday:Charlie Hooley and his brother opened the first Cub Foods store in Fridley in 1968
Place a Business Announcement
History --EMDASH-- not weather --EMDASH-- highlights 42nd Grandma's
Motter wants to check in with 'pitching ace' Guyer
Koepka staves off Fleetwood charge to win U.S. Open
Indians avoid sweep by Twins with 4-1 win
World Cup roundup: Mexico not intimidated, stuns Germany 1-0
Concert Review: Sugar Ray sings some sunshine to marathon weekend
Ask a Master Gardener: Improper planting can kill a tree years later
INDIEWATCH: Director’s take on ‘White Right’ feels personal
Tuba, ukulele runner motivation a longtime London Road tradition
Blink: A slice of life
Rodney & Mable Ridgewell
John & Bonnie Dolezilek
Albert and Violet Parson
Barron Michael Field
Carol J. Sayles
LeRoy "Butch" Essen
George John Luecken
Alvina Ruth Olson
Thomas Roy O'Connell
Opinion: Single-payer won't pass muster in any state
Opinion: Single-payer is the best path forward for California, maybe others
Reader's View: Increasing violence in Middle East certain
Reader's View: Show Trump the Northland loves Canada
Reader's View: Trump haters should be Trump supporters
Field Notes: Wisconsin grouse drumming count way down
Northland Nature: Accidentally finding an ovenbird nest
Commentary: LOW, Rainy limit proposal seems reasonable
Volunteer invasive species detectors offer outreach, early warning
200 miles on the Superior Hiking Trail
Women’s Sasquatch research group to visit northern Minn.
Video: Preparing Grandma's Marathon spaghetti feed
Ask a Trooper: Brake lights
Pets of the week for June 12, 2018
Faces for June 10, 2018
March 5, 2018
'The Shape of Water' wins best picture at awards show laced with social, political statements
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — "The Shape of Water," a Cold War fantasy about a mute woman who falls in love with a humanoid sea creature, won the...
March 5, 2018 - 12:20am
March 4, 2018
Seacrest's Oscars red carpet pretended that sexual harassment doesn't exist
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Ryan Seacrest's reign as the prince of the red carpet may have ended tonight. Usually the E! host is a mandatory stop...
March 4, 2018 - 10:27pm
On the Oscars red carpet, the fashion statements were personal, not political
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — The red carpet for the 90th Academy Awards was a fashion rainbow. There was a little bit of black, a whole lot of white, bits of red, a ton of blush tones, a dollop of buttercup and a few outlier shades of gray, silver and caramel. It seemed that the actors...
March 4, 2018 - 9:26pm
February 9, 2018
Superior's Main Club reopens, hosts music and theater
The Main Club in Superior has reopened, and will bring music and theater to Superior this month as the new owner eyes expanding its offerings. "We're going to be constantly evolving," said Shawn Roos, president of Atypical Enterprises Inc., which now owns the bar at 1217 Tower Ave....
February 9, 2018 - 4:58pm
February 8, 2018
Exhibit documents history of Duluth's African-American community
For the past two years, the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial Board has been gathering oral histories from elders and leaders from Duluth's African-American...
February 8, 2018 - 7:25pm
February 4, 2018
Theater review: Wise Fool's 'Of Mice and Men' packs emotional wallop
Wise Fool Theater mounts an emotionally moving retelling of John Steinbeck's immortal classic "Of Mice and Men." Even as most everyone in the...
February 4, 2018 - 4:42pm
February 1, 2018
Special section: NorShor reborn
February 1, 2018 - 9:10am
NorShor memories: Readers share stories from the past
From phantoms to "Star Trek" marathons to cleaning out ashtrays — there are endless stories about the venerable NorShor Theatre in downtown...
February 1, 2018 - 6:00am
Daring to be great: Contractor rose to meet challenges of restoring NorShor
Plastic runners lined pristine red carpets to keep off the salt, snow and construction dust. The NorShor Theatre wasn't quite ready for its big...
February 1, 2018 - 6:00am
Jim Heffernan column: With a storied past, NorShor's curtain rises on a promising future
What made the NorShor Theatre so special? • Maybe it was that brightly lighted tower — you could call it a steeple — rising 10...
February 1, 2018 - 6:00am
January 18, 2018
All-around music man: Hermantown music teacher reaches peak with state honor
Randy Lee rose to his place atop a conductor's podium earlier this month and instructed a group of Hermantown Middle School band students to...
January 18, 2018 - 7:43pm
January 13, 2018
Art invigorates participation at Standing Rock schools
STANDING ROCK INDIAN RESERVATION, N.D. — The walls of Standing Rock Elementary School and Standing Rock Middle School are lined with artwork...
January 13, 2018 - 6:14pm
January 12, 2018
'He made people smile': ALS claims businessman, amateur artist ‘Bo’ Setterquist
Friends are remembering Bardon "Bo" Setterquist for his upbeat attitude, his sense of humor and his honesty. "People always knew that he was...
January 12, 2018 - 10:39pm
January 7, 2018
Final details come together for NorShor's re-opening
With less than a month until opening night, paintbrushes and canisters full of yellow paint were strewn on paint-speckled paper taped to the...
January 7, 2018 - 7:00pm
December 28, 2017
A New Year for every mood: Say goodbye to 2017 with Prince, a music marathon ... or lemurs
So you say you're in the mood to party like it's 1999. Maybe you want to celebrate early and be tucked into your hoodie-footies before the ball...
December 28, 2017 - 5:00am