This bankruptcy information is gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth March 26 through April 1. JOINT DEBTOR: Kaija M. Uglem ADDRESS: 36281 Stone Road, Nashwauk CHAPTER 13 DATE FILED: March 26 ASSETS: $89,605 LIABILITIES: $181,365 DEBTOR: Tommy Brincefield JOINT DEBTOR: Vanessa Brincefield ADDRESS: 2910 Fourth Ave. E., Hibbing CHAPTER 7 DATE FILED: March 27 ASSETS: $18,902.85 LIABILITIES: $36,947.40 DEBTOR: Angela J. Ellis ADDRESS: 517 W.
Duluth property transactions March 26 through April 2
UMD RSOP offers these events. Call (218) 726-7128, email email@example.com or go to umdrsop.org. * Sigurd Olson Lecture Series, noon Wednesday, UMD Library, fourth floor rotunda. Topic: Wilderness Inquiry’s Urban Wilderness Canoe Adventures (UWCA). Free. * Dutch oven backcountry baking, 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Bagley Nature Area classroom. Cost: $8, $4 for UMD students. Register by noon Tuesday. * Spring bike repair, 6-7:30 p.m. Mondays, April 13-May 4, in the rental center. Minimal charges for materials and time. * Camp coffee, 5-6 p.m. April 14, Bagley Nature Area classroom.
Loons won’t be making their return for a while yet, but ducks and Canada geese are on the move. Look for paired-up mallards wherever you can find a patch of open water in a wetland or along a road. They’re resplendent this time of year. Watch — and listen — for Canada geese on their way north.
After five public open houses hosted by the U.S. Forest Service in Grand Marais, Aurora, Duluth, Ely and St. Paul, Superior National Forest extended the public comment period for a...
The University of Wisconsin-Superior rifle team qualified for the Intercollegiate Rifle Club National Championships at Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga. At the regional competition held at North Dakota State University in Fargo, the smallbore team of Maria Ammer, Zach Bauer, Emily Olson and Ariel Johnson qualified for nationals as a team and as individuals. In the Air Rifle competition, Ammer, Bauer, Olson and Jasmin Farmakes qualified for nationals, and Ammer, Bauer and Olson qualified as individuals. In addition, Ammer finished second overall in both the smallbore and air rifle competitions.
The Mossberger Rink of (from left) Irvin Mossberger Jr., Brian Bergquist, Chris Bode and Mike O’Brien won the A event of the 82nd annual Northwest Bonspiel at the Superior Curling Club. The Spakowski Rink of the Fort William Curling Club won the B event. The Litman Rink of (from left) Pat Kelleher, Dean Birman, Mike Olson and Ross Litman won the C event. The Jackson Rink of the Thunder Bay/Ft. Francis Curling Clubs claimed the D event.
BOWLING MEN ARROWHEAD SPORTSMAN Randy Nelson, 756; Lenny Swapinski, 732; Marty Jobin, 731; George Simonson, 706; Steve Pasek, 706; Rick Christionson, 703; Bill Peterson, 702; Mitch Levy, 696; Loren Granda, 692; Blake Wrazidlo, 684; Dave Lusion, 682; Matt Smith, 681; Kevin Reich, 673; Matt Ecklund, 667; Greg Anderson, 665; Dave Lokke, 664; Kerry Anderson, 655; Scott Kusch, 651; Rawn Nilson, 647; Kevin Reich, 641; Tim Kolquist, 693; Paul Conito, 638; Jon Lax, 638; Dan Pavlatos, 637; Rusty Wrazidlo, 634; Dave Gales, 633; Eric Abrahamson, 630;
Today’s events Golf PGA Houston Open at Redstone Golf Club, noon-2 p.m. (Golf Channel) and 2-5 p.m. (KBJR Ch. 6) Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Spring Training American League East W...
Bulletin board Golf: The Nemadji Men’s Golf Club’s spring meeting is 7 p.m. April 10 in the clubhouse. The clubhouse will open at 5:30 p.m. Three board seats are open...