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CLOQUET April 4, 2017 Stenberg, Jamie and Gregory, boy, Owen Bradford. DULUTH March 16, 2017 Hatland, Karleigh and Joel, girl, Hazel Jean. March 18, 2017 Hersey, Catherine and Daniel, girl, Madeline Alice. March 26, 2017 Stolp, Melony and Shane, boy, Jaxon Josh. April 11, 2017 Strowbridge, Megan and Brandon, girl, Sierra Ann. HERMANTOWN April 12, 2017 Mattison, Andrea and Travis, boy, James Jon. PROCTOR April 8, 2017 Palmstein, Bethany and Cory, boy, Briggs David.
A 76-foot recreational vessel that grounded on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan earlier this month has broken up, authorities reported Friday. The U.S. Coast Guard reported that the vessel was intentionally grounded in 3 feet of water near Big Sable Point north of Ludington, Mich., on April 15 when the operator of the vessel noticed the boat was taking on water. The boat operator was rescued by a Coast Guard crew. Crews had been working in recent days to remove 70 gallons of oily water from a tank aboard the vessel.
District Court St. Louis County April 20 Mary L. Childs, 67, Keewatin, careless driving, fined $100. April M. Conway, 29, Duluth, misdemeanor theft violations, fined $50. Blake S. Disch, 30, Duluth, misdemeanor theft (offense date 10/5/11), dismissed.
For the Family Get your tickets to the AAD Shrine Circus, 7 p.m. today, 2 p.m. or 7 p.m. Saturday as well as 2 p.m. Sunday, DECC. Tickets the day of the show: $24 for adults, $16 for ages 4-16 and free for ages 3 and younger. Go to decc.org or ticketmaster.com. Astronomy Day event, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium, UMD. Free admission. Go to d.umn.edu/scse.
Today Duluth entry Overnight: Presque Isle arriving to load iron ore pellets, then departing via the Superior entry in the afternoon Morning: Walter J. McCarthy Jr. arriving to load coal, then departing in the evening Evening: Great Republic arriving to discharge limestone, then load coal; Oakglen departing with iron ore pellets Two Harbors Overnight: Joseph L. Block departing with iron ore pellets; Algoma Transport departing with iron ore pellets
April 21, 1977
The Minnesota Wilderness resume their best-of-five North American Hockey League first-round playoff series against the Brookings Blizzard with Game 3 at 7:05 p.m. today in Brookings, S.D. The series is tied 1-1 after the teams split last weekend in Cloquet. Game 4 is set for 7:05 p.m. on Saturday in Brookings and Game 5, if necessary, takes place at 7:05 p.m. Monday at Northwoods Arena in Cloquet.
BASEBALL International Falls 1, Deer River 0 (IF: Trimble Butler complete-game shutout) BOYS LACROSSE Mounds View 16, Hermantown/Proctor 8 GIRLS SOCCER Ashland....................... 0-1—1 Rhinelander................ 2-0—2 First half — 1. R, Alayna Franson (Isabelle Haverkampf), 17:46; 2. R, Franson (Brooke Mork), 20:10. Second half — 3. A, Kaylee McPeak, 83:04. SOFTBALL Cherry 5, Littlefork-Big Falls 2
The 28th annual Fitger's 5K goes off at 9 a.m. Saturday in downtown Duluth. As of Thursday, a limited number of spots remained in the 2,100-runner field — up from 2,000 in years past. Road closures along the course, which starts and ends near Fitger's, include Superior Street, Canal Park Drive and Railroad Street. Sections of all three will be closed beginning at 8:30 a.m. Defending champs are Duluth native Scott Behling, the top male a year ago in 16 minutes, 8 seconds, and St. Paul's Megan Baertsch (19:27), the winning female.