NEW HIRES/PROMOTIONS • Dr. John Degelau has been hired at Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center in Duluth as a hospitalist. Degelau earned his medical degree at the University of Minnesota School of medicine in Minneapolis, where he also completed residencies in internal medicine and hospice and palliative care, and a fellowship in geriatrics. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in internal medicine, geriatric medicine and hospice and palliative care.
Name: Duluth Superior Spring Owner: Steven D. Long Sr. Why does this exist: Well we started this business because we know how time is money. We can eliminate the order-and-wait for parts to arrive as we do most of our work right in-house, from making leaf spring add-ons to U-bolts onsite to exactly the size you would need to get the customer back on the road. We also service and sell trailer springs and parts. Walk-ins always welcome. With our low overhead, our prices are more than competitive.
Duluth Property Transactions Nov. 8-15 538 N. 61st Ave. W., David J. Carlson purchased from Jessica Carlson for $119,000, residential, 10/17. 17 W. Arrowhead Road, Adam Johnson purchased from Michael and Shonda Peller for $232,000, residential, 10/17. 4114 W. Fifth St., Christine J. Jones purchased from the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe for $105,000, residential, 10/17. 2315 W. Fifth St., Gary and Daniel Holter purchased from the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for $42,000, residential, 10/17.
This bankruptcy information is gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth Nov. 8-15. DEBTOR: Melvin O. Luoma ADDRESS: 505 First Ave., Apt. 311, Two Harbors CHAPTER 7 DATE FILED: Nov. 8 ASSETS: $7,450 LIABILITIES: $17,936.65 DEBTOR: Rebeca L. O'Brien aka Becki L. O'Brien fka Rebeca L. Broking fdba Rustick Expressions ADDRESS: 19306 Tolerick Road, Grand Rapids CHAPTER 7 DATE FILED: Nov. 8 ASSETS: $22,610 LIABILITIES: $89,957
FOOTBALL MINNESOTA STATE TOURNAMENT At U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis CLASS AAAAAA Friday's Championship Eden Prairie (12-0) vs. Minnetonka (11-1), 7 p.m. CLASS AAAAA Semifinals Saturday's Result Owatonna 56, Brainerd 28 Saturday's Championship Elk River (11-1) vs. Owatonna (11-1), 4 p.m. CLASS AAAA Friday's Championship Holy Angels Academy (11-1) vs. Cloquet (12-0), 4 p.m. CLASS AAA Semifinals Saturday's Results Pierz 55, Jordan 26 St. Croix Lutheran 45, Pequot Lakes 7 Saturday's Championship
The eastbound lane of West Superior Street heading into downtown Duluth will be temporarily closed beginning at 9:30 a.m. Monday. The closed section will stretch from near the M&H gas station to Sixth Avenue West. A large water valve will be replaced by the city as part of preparation for the Superior Street reconstruction project beginning next year. Access to downtown via West Michigan Street, Mesaba Avenue and Fifth Avenue West off of Interstate 35 will be maintained. The closure is expected to last about 14 hours.
Dow Jones At close Friday: 23,358.24 Week change: -0.27% YTD change: +18.19% S&P 500 At close Friday: 2,578.85 Week change: -0.13% YTD change: +15.19% Nasdaq At close Friday: 6,782.79 Week change: +0.47% YTD change: +26.00% Allete — ALE At close Friday: $77.50 Week change: +1.52% YTD change: +20.74% Ikonics — IKNX At close Friday: $7.90 Week change: +4.62% YTD change: -29.78% Ascena — ASNA
Arrowhead Fly Fishers Club, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Clyde Iron Works, 2920 W. Michigan Street. Topic: "25-Mile Fishing Opportunities: Lower Cloquet River System" by Peder Yurista. Fly casting practice from 6-7 p.m. St. Paul Ice Fishing & Winter Sports Show, Dec. 1-3, St. Paul RiverCentre, 175 W. Kellogg Boulevard, St. Paul. Hours: 1-8 p.m. Dec. 1, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dec. 2 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 3. Admission: $12 for adults, $5 for ages 6-12 and free for younger children.
The city of Duluth announced on Friday that it has hired William Roch as its new parks manager to oversee more than 100 parks, trails, facilities and amenities in the city. Roche, who began working for the city last week, has more than 25 years of experience in parks and recreation. He said he’s excited to share his experience, love and knowledge of parks management with Duluth.
John Shuster can pack his rocks and brooms for South Korea. The Chisholm native and Duluth Curling Club skip survived some nerve-wracking moments Saturday night at Baxter Arena in Omaha, Neb., to earn a spot in his fourth Winter Olympics. Shuster, who resides in Superior, defeated Heath McCormick 7-5 in the third match of a best-of-three men's final to win the U.S. Olympic Trials 2-1.