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City council member faces disorderly conduct charge after Roosevelt, Minn., meeting
Rosenstein, Papadopoulos set to give closed-door testimony to House committees this week
'Vehicles of interest' sought in girl's disappearance
Guilty plea in random West Duluth attack
New USS Duluth pitched to Navy
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USDA receives 136 proposals to move U.S. Department of Ag divisions
New trade agreement OK for dry beans, barley, officials say
Centennial oddball: 1918 tractor modeled horse-drawn implements
Commentary: Hear farmers complaining? Consider it therapy
Property Transactions for Oct. 22, 2018
Place a Business Announcement
Injuries on defense might mean another test for young Vikings reserves
College soccer: Saints earn UMAC sweep
Wild goalie Alex Stalock showed off unique puck-handling skill in OT win
Prep girls tennis: Postseason progression bodes well for East's Hietala
College volleyball: UMD drops to eighth in poll
NUTRITION: Add colorful squash to your fall meals
Beverly Godfrey column: Sorta-scary movies for your tween to teen party
Book review: 'Herlands' provides detailed account of lands populated by women
Heartland Indie Best-sellers
Readings & Writers
Jake & Ann Bok Happy 75th Anniversary!
Rodger & Eileen (Altonen) Mattson
Ronald & Shirley Nylund
Louise E. McKee
Donald Charles "Don" Schramm
Patricia "Pat" Peterson
Signe G. "Grace" Orrey
Raymond Robert Chiaverini
Reader's View: Humanity needed along border with Mexico
Reader's View: Range-Duluth rift was inaccurate premise
Reader's View: Voting early is easy
Local View: Save baseball -- speed up the game!
Reader's View: Will Wardlow endorsement be amended?
MN DNR Weekly Report for Oct. 22, 2018
Losing Hides for Habitat would have been a shame
West Nile testing may bring answers about grouse
Minnesota bear harvest down from '17
Weber column: Late-season mushrooms respond to rains
Faces for Oct. 21, 2018
RecSports for Oct. 21, 2018
Grandma's Brag Book
World War II
August 16, 2018
Searchers find sunken stern of doomed World War II destroyer off Alaskan coast
The USS Abner Read had finished one leg of its anti-submarine patrol and was turning to start the next. Off the shore of Kiska, in Alaska's Aleutian...
August 16, 2018 - 2:34pm
August 9, 2018
North Shore legend Wayne Johnson dies at 97
Legendary pilot and attorney Wayne G. Johnson, 97, died Tuesday at Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth. Johnson was an icon on...
August 9, 2018 - 7:04pm
July 21, 2018
Five myths about pizza
Versions of pizza have existed for centuries. First popular among the working classes of Naples in the 18th century, pizza remained a local dish...
July 21, 2018 - 5:32pm
July 9, 2018
They survived the Holocaust, and then he rescued her from communism. Sixty-five years later, they've reunited.
Frank Shatz could not believe it was Erika Fabian walking toward him in the Virginia airport. He bounded toward the woman he still saw as the...
July 9, 2018 - 3:00pm
June 27, 2018
How the Supreme Court struck down a WWII-era travesty when it upheld Trump's travel ban
Long ago, Fred Korematsu was arrested in San Leandro, California, his home town, for defying an executive order that led to the expulsion or...
June 27, 2018 - 7:54am
June 24, 2018
Twin brothers died side by side in World War II. Now, they're finally buried side by side.
They were twins and did everything together, even in death. Two weeks after allied forces swept over northern France in the D-Day invasion, 19-year-olds...
June 24, 2018 - 8:00am
June 21, 2018
Reader's View: Yes to those who stood up to brutality
I am so proud of my fellow Americans who stood up against the brutal treatment of asylum-seekers by our government. Would that everyone had stood up against such actions prior to World War II. Ruth Cain Minneapolis
June 21, 2018 - 3:16pm
June 14, 2018
Local View: Like after WWII, Duluth, U.S. need to reopen drawn drapes
My mother was born and raised in Ely, the youngest of seven children. During World War II, she worked as an x-ray technician in Duluth. She was...
June 14, 2018 - 4:03pm
June 8, 2018
Bog puts kibosh on summer camp: Legionville cancels over safety concerns
LEGIONVILLE, Minn.—As the battle of the bog enters another week, the monstrous bog's days in front of the Legionville School Safety Patrol...
June 8, 2018 - 9:11am
May 26, 2018
For Memorial Day ... honor those also who died after the battle
"He, in my view, who endures cheerfully and with fortitude, pains and sickness engendered by the hardships of war, is not less worthy of respect...
May 26, 2018 - 10:31pm
Piecing together the past -- Veteran’s history revealed with research
Jay Hagen didn't get too emotional when he talked about his uncle to kids assembled at Congdon Park Elementary School last week. He designed...
May 26, 2018 - 10:01pm
April 9, 2018
On the cusp of turning 112, a whirlwind life for the oldest living World War II veteran
Richard Overton, the grandson of a slave, worked in a furniture store and as a courier for decades until he finally retired when he was 85. That...
April 9, 2018 - 11:17am
February 8, 2018
Reader's View: Learning opportunity missed with decision
I just finished reading a most disturbing article on the Duluth school district eliminating "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "Huckleberry Finn" from its curriculum ('Mockingbird,' 'Finn' pulled from Duluth schools curriculum, Feb. 7). The reason the district gave for this decision was...
February 8, 2018 - 6:30pm
December 23, 2017
Local view: So much to be thankful for this season
A friend who knew I loved to write suggested I write something during the Christmas season on what Christmas has meant to me. I couldn't help...
December 23, 2017 - 7:06pm
December 15, 2017
Reader's View: Pearl Harbor won't be forgotten
I do remember "the day," Pearl Harbor Day, which was the subject of an editorial in the News Tribune on Dec. 7 (Our View: "Days of infamy too soon fade away"). It was a mild-weather day for Duluth in December. It was a Sunday, and every Sunday after church and Sunday dinner, in the...
December 15, 2017 - 5:53pm