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This bankruptcy information is gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth Oct. 22-30.
University of Minnesota Duluth student Marin Iozzo stands in a swing at the playground at Chester Bowl on Tuesday afternoon as she gets a push from fellow student Kelyn Gress...
On Thursday, from 6-8 p.m., UMD’s Center for Ethics and Public Policy is sponsoring a public lecture by the Rev. Nancy E. Maeker on poverty in Minnesota and efforts to...
Duluth property transactions Oct. 2-9
A White Bear Lake, Minn., man suffered serious injuries when his motorcycle hit a sign after leaving the road on state Highway 1 in St. Louis County on Monday at...
Duluth Property Transactions May 8–22
SHARRON LEE (DAHLGREN) CAPECE
Listen up, homeowners. The stuff you need to know about property tax assessments, taxes, homeowners insurance, escrow and tax credits sounds pretty boring, right? For sure, because if it were...
A pumpkin-carving party that two sisters arranged for their children 10 years ago has transformed into a family Halloween tradition. Every October since then, Cindy Syria of Saginaw and Sandy Manion of Hermantown have thrown a bring-your-own-pumpkin-to-carve family party. This year it will be Saturday. When they started it in 1998, Cindy and Jim Syria's four children were ages 10 through 19, and Sandy and Jim Manion's children were 8 and 10 years old. Now all the kids are adults, and they sometimes bring their significant others to the event. Other relatives also join the fun.
The stress of planning a big wedding prompted Katy Blackwood and Todd Kuball to scale back their plans and move up their wedding date. Instead of having a big wedding in June in Duluth, they are planning a smaller wedding with 80-100 guests on Saturday at Grand Superior Lodge in Two Harbors. It will be an evening wedding on the shore of Lake Superior. The Rosemount, Minn., couple was featured in two recent Us stories. In the first story, they asked for suggestions from readers on planning a big wedding on a budget in Duluth.