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Bygones for Nov. 14, 2018
Pressroom Podcast: Handcrafting community with Duluth Folk School’s Bryan French
Woman describes alleged rape by Hamline University student in St. Paul
992 of Minnesota’s newest citizens take Oath of Allegiance
Governor-elect Walz talks pot with Ventura
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Holistic management: Brown’s Ranch finds success in being different
DTA offering free shuttle service on Thanksgiving
Black Water Lounge temporarily closing
Duluth's Lakeside neighborhood could get two liquor stores
Steelworkers ratify four-year contract with US Steel
Place a Business Announcement
Stanley Cup or no Cup, Mountain Iron native is still the same 'Nisky'
College men's basketball: Bulldogs go cold in loss to Wildcats
College women's basketball: Bulldogs hold off Wildcats to open season
College women's hockey: Hayes' hat trick leads Yellowjackets
Defending Stanley Cup champs hand Wild first home loss
Simplify Thanksgiving: 3 sheet pans, 1 saucepan, 1 oven create a holiday meal
NUTRITION: Think creatively when preparing grapes
When messages of sexual purity haunt adulthood
Beverly Godfrey column: The foods nobody asked for
Duluth author’s latest novel gains traction, attention of New York Times
Swayze Rebecca Gilbert
Ruth Willman Dahl
JP Jackson's 90th Birthday
Jake & Ann Bok Happy 75th Anniversary!
Larry Harold Saukko
Janet E. Johnson
Robin Maire (Lathrop) Viele
Roderick George McKenzie, Sr.
Pro/Con: Traditional American compassion trumps troops on border
Pro/Con: Caravan a concerted effort by Honduran leftists to bypass US immigration laws
Reader's View: 'Hunter bullies' are intimidating
Reader's View: District should reconsider 'Mockingbird' decision
Reader's View: Avoid blue, red Christmas lights, please
MN DNR Weekly Report for Nov. 13, 2018
Weber column: Wood ferns are still green
Field Reports: Baiting still tops list of Minnesota deer hunt violations
Ask a Conservation Officer: Hunting near dwellings on private property
Prospects better for Wisconsin firearms deer season
Edmund Fitzgerald commemorated on 43rd anniversary
Through Readers' Eyes
July 15, 2018
France lifts second World Cup after winning classic final
MOSCOW—France won the World Cup for the second time in spectacular style on Sunday, July 15, as a 4-2 victory in one of the most entertaining...
July 15, 2018 - 7:19pm
VAR plays key role in World Cup final, but was it the way FIFA intended?
MOSCOW—A debatable penalty awarded with the use of FIFA's new video replay system proved a turning point in the World Cup final on Sunday,...
July 15, 2018 - 3:47pm
July 13, 2018
France seeks second World Cup title against underdog Croatia
MOSCOW—France and Croatia meet Sunday, July 15, in Moscow for the final of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, a tournament that has carried echoes...
July 13, 2018 - 5:44pm
July 12, 2018
Croatian 'miracle' down to teamwork and unity, says Dalic
MOSCOW — Croatia's fairytale run to the World Cup final is a footballing "miracle" built on a foundation of teamwork and unity which has...
July 12, 2018 - 7:10pm
July 11, 2018
Croatia slips by England to play in first World Cup final
MOSCOW - Croatia showed magnificent resilience to come from behind and beat England 2-1 on Wednesday as Mario Mandzukic's extra-time goal sent...
July 11, 2018 - 5:14pm
July 10, 2018
Croatia coach says team has top players in world
MOSCOW - Croatia's run to the World Cup semifinals may be a surprise to some, but coach Zlatko Dalic said his players had long been among the...
July 10, 2018 - 10:41pm
July 7, 2018
Croatia ends Russia's World Cup dream on penalties
SOCHI, Russia — Croatia finally ended Russia's unlikely World Cup dream when they won 4-3 on penalties to eliminate the gallant hosts in...
July 7, 2018 - 5:03pm
July 1, 2018
Croatia advances to World Cup quarterfinals after shootout
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia—Croatia came back after conceding in the opening minute to earn a World Cup quarter-final berth after edging Denmark...
July 1, 2018 - 8:52pm
October 15, 2009
Dave LeGarde: Past and present meet through hockey
Our state has always been a hotbed of hockey. From the ice mites to the National Hockey League, the sport garners more attention here than anywhere in the country. Rinks in the Northland are filled with tradition and have produced numerous players who've gained fame in the professional...
October 15, 2009 - 6:35pm
July 26, 2009
In response: Take high road; don't reopen old wounds
Last week, writers William Dorich and Elizabeth Milanovich made sincere and well-articulated arguments against genocide and against a commentary that had been published previously in the News Tribune from a highly respected professor.
July 26, 2009 - 12:00am