Dow Jones At close Friday: 22,268.34 Week change: +2.16% YTD change: +12.68% S&P 500 At close Friday: 2,500.23 Week change: +1.58% YTD change: +11.68% Nasdaq At close Friday: 6,448.47 Week change: +1.39% YTD change: +19.79% Allete — ALE At close Friday: $78.41 Week change: -0.92% YTD change: +22.15% Ikonics — IKNX At close Friday: $8.21 Week change: -6.81% YTD change: -27.02% Ascena — ASNA
This bankruptcy information is gathered from cases filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Duluth Sept. 8-13. DEBTOR: Barbara C. Miro ADDRESS: 720 S. 10th St., Virginia CHAPTER 7 DATE FILED: Sept. 8 ASSETS: $99,597 LIABILITIES: $117,900 DEBTOR: Nicole J. Maki aka Nicole J. Dack ADDRESS: 913 N. 22nd Ave. W., Duluth CHAPTER 7 DATE FILED: Sept. 12 ASSETS: $89,634.87 LIABILITIES: $219,615.41 DEBTOR: Casey G. Tibbs ADDRESS: 111 E. Fourth St., Apt. 2, Duluth CHAPTER 7
1810 E. 10th St., Trevor and Anna Theien purchased from Adam R. and Britta L. Kauppila for $202,000, residential, 9/17. 220 N. 12th Ave. E., NOMF Duluth LLC purchased from Bora Inc. for $135,000, residential, 9/17. 117 N. 27th Ave. W., Michelle L. and Derek A. Pederson purchased from Dale Reese and Kathie Fiedler for $53,500, residential, 9/17. 318 S. 71st Ave. W., Jesse J. Broska purchased from Christian A. and April Warner for $119,900, residential, 9/17.
A Duluth police officer was hospitalized Saturday and underwent surgery after injuring his arm trying to extricate a suspect who was barricaded in a home in West Duluth. Patrol Officer Logan Goss was part of a police team serving a search warrant Saturday morning on a suspect who had barricaded himself in someone else's home on 58th Avenue West, a Duluth police spokesman said Sunday.
Seeking The Carlton County Historical Society is seeking poetry or prose commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Fires of 1918, which swept through Carlton and surrounding counties. Poetry should be about 50 lines or 300 words for prose. Deadline: Nov. 1.
For a list of upcoming outdoor events offered through UMD RSOP, visit umdrsop.org. Arrowhead Fly Fishers Club, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Clyde Iron, 2920 W. Michigan St. Topic: Local fishing on Otter Creek by Peder Yurista. Fly casting practice at 6 p.m. League and open shooting, 2 p.m. to dusk Wednesdays, Proctor Gun Club, 5389 Highway 2. Call (218) 393-8927. Superior Trap Club, 5642 Wisconsin 35, Superior, offers trap and junior trap shooting from 5 p.m. until dark Wednesdays through September. Call Rick at (715) 399-8528. Go to superiortrapclub.com.
The Heartland Indie Best-seller List, as brought to you by Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Association, Midwest Booksellers Association and IndieBound for the week ending Sept. 10. Visit IndieBound.org. HARDCOVER FICTION 1. A Legacy of Spies, John le Carre (Viking, $28) 2. Glass Houses, Louise Penny (Minotaur, $28.99) 3. My Absolute Darling, Gabriel Tallent (Riverhead, $27) 4. A Gentleman in Moscow, Amor Towles (Viking, $27) 5. Y is for Yesterday, Sue Grafton (Marian Wood Books/Putnam, $29)
St. Scholastica continued its quest to put its season-opening 98-0 loss to St. John's behind it by rolling to another UMAC victory Saturday. Sophomore quarterback Zach Edwards threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns, including a 90-yard bomb to junior wide receiver Aaron Olson, in a 48-18 victory over Westminster in the home opener at Public Schools Stadium. The Saints (2-1 overall, 2-0 UMAC) led 20-0 over the Blue Jays (1-2, 1-1) after the first quarter.
Mountain Iron-Buhl's Jerico Peterson ran 72 yards for a touchdown with 2:15 to play in the fourth quarter and then Rangers subsequently stopped a two-point conversion to hold off South Ridge 40-34 in a high school football game Saturday in Mountain Iron. Peterson had 207 yards rushing on 11 attempts, also scoring on a 62-yard run in the first half as MIB took a 28-12 lead into the locker room. The Panthers rallied behind quarterback Nick Carlson, who threw for 197 yards and two touchdowns as well as rushing for two scores.
Minnesota Duluth lost for the first time in five games Saturday, falling 1-0 in overtime to Minnesota State-Mankato in NSIC play at Malosky Stadium. Morgan Cottew scored her first goal of the season for the 15th-ranked Mavericks (3-1 overall, 1-0 NSIC) in the game's 95th minute with an assist from Morgan Seemuth. The Mavericks posted 12 shots on the Bulldogs' net compared to the four UMD (4-1, 1-1) put on the Mavs. UMD junior goalkeeper Sisley Ng finished with 10 saves, while the Mavericks' Ryann Rydeen was credited with four.