District Court St. Louis County Nov. 20 Stanley G. Looking Horse, 52, Minneapolis, assault and domestic assault, dismissed. Nov. 21 Aaron D. Abramson, 34, Duluth, uninsured vehicle, continued for dismissal for one year on condition of no same or similar offense.
Brady Slater, Tom Olsen and Christa Lawler share their favorite moments, guests and so much more from the past two years of producing this weekly podcast for listeners in the Northland and beyond. The crew talks about what goes on behind the scenes in our makeshift studio and what plans lie ahead for year three.
Two years ago, to the date, the Pressroom Podcast was born. And today our very first guest joins us to reminisce about our venture into the unknown.
Today Duluth entry Afternoon: BBC Mississippi arriving to discharge general cargo, then shifting to load bentonite. Calumet arriving to discharge salt, then shifting to load coal. Evening: Roger Blough arriving to load iron ore pellets. Superior
Minnesota Duluth announced Tuesday it will induct four into the UMD Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018 next March.
GIRLS BASKETBALL Ashland 12-22—34 Superior 19-32—51 Ashland — A. Moreland 2, K. McPeak 3, A. Koehler 3, M. Brinker 7, L. Jablonski 4, F. O'Connor 6, Z. Pearce 4, C. Perry 2, M. Wiggins 3. Totals 14 4-9 34. 3-point goals — Wiggins, Koehler. Superior — Chloe Kintop 3, Jessica Kimmes 2, Sophie Kintop 4, Lexi Jensen 2, Niya Wilson 19, Emily Hunter 2, Maddy Myer 11, Lauren Raboin 5, Mady Stariha 3. Totals 20 5-9 51. 3-point goals — Wilson 4, Myer, Stariha. FOOTBALL
Augsburg used a 21-10 third-quarter run to sprint past St. Scholastica 70-63 in nonconference action Tuesday in Minneapolis. Four Augsburg players, led by Tamira McLemore with 13 points, scored in double digits. The Auggies (1-2) only shot 38 percent from the field and hit just 3 of 11 shots from 3-point range. Holly VanKempen and Rashonna Thomas each scored 14 for the Saints (1-1), who made 24 of 67 (36 percent) from the field and were 5-for-25 from long range.
St. Thomas outscored St. Scholastica by 16 points in the second half to pull away and defeat the Saints 80-56 in nonconference action Tuesday night at Reif Gym. Burt Hedstrom scored 15 points to lead four Tommies in double figures and St. Thomas (2-1) shot 53 percent from the field, including an 11-for-23 night from 3-point range. Conversely, the Saints (0-3) shot just 35 percent overall and were 5-for-25 on 3-pointers. Brandon Newman of Barnum led with 15 points and Collin Anderson had 14.
Augsburg College scored four goals in the third period to defeat Wisconsin-Superior 5-1 in nonconference action Tuesday in Minneapolis. Jacie Hoehn scored twice after Kayla Murray broke a 1-1 tie early in the third and Mikayla Jones tacked on a goal with 65 seconds to play for the Auggies. Emily Heid had the lone goal for the Yellowjackets, scoring on a power play at 16:49 of the second period. UWS goalie Sky Brown made 27 saves, while Augsburg's McKenna Manalli stopped 21 shots.
The Duluth School Board approved both an increase and a decrease to the $1 million rubber playground mulch replacement project Tuesday night, resulting in a total decrease of $48,000. The increase was for $12,475, for extra work demanded of the landscape architect, and the decrease was $60,899, gained when it was discovered not every playground needed a rubber material poured below the new engineered wood fiber mulch.