BASEBALL WISCONSIN DIVISION 1 Sectional 1 Tuesday, May 30 First Round No. 11 Superior at No. 6 Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln, 5 p.m. DIVISION 2 Sectional 1 Today's First Round No. 6 Barron at No. 3 Northwestern (Iron River), 5 p.m. No. 5 Spooner at No. 4 Rice Lake, 5 p.m. BOYS GOLF MINNESOTA SECTION 7A Today's Meet Section 7A second round (Virginia Municipal G.C.), 10 a.m. GIRLS GOLF MINNESOTA SECTION 7A Today's Meet
Hermantown High School graduate Taylor Sundbom and Glenn Walls from International Falls will team up over the Memorial Day weekend at the U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship at Pinehurst Resort and Country Club in Pinehurst, N.C.
BASEBALL BATTING Tyler Peterson, Esko .612 Keller Conrow, Two Harbors .533 Bret Olson, Two Harbors .532 Evan Gray, Carlton .519 Peter Hansen, Dul. Marshall .516 Adam DeVall, Wrenshall .500 Easton Best, Two Harbors .488 Chad Benham, Deer River .479 Derrick Winn, Dul. Marshall .477 Peter Hansen, Dul. Marshall .455 HITS Peter Hansen, Dul. Marshall 33 Tyler Peterson, Esko 30 Brody Kaldahl, Esko 29 Evan Gray, Carlton 27 Bret Olson, Two Harbors 25
BOYS 100 1. Dawsen Cossalter, Esko 11.0 2. Jack Burt, DM 11.1 3. Spencer Potter, GNK 11.2 4. Ian Sundland, Duluth East 11.3 5. Wryott Gerson, Denfeld 11.4 (tie) T.J. Gamradt, H'town 11.4 200 1. Jack Burt, DM 22.2 2. Dawsen Cossalter, Esko 22.3 3. Wryott Gerson, Denfeld 23.0 4. Spencer Potter, GNK 23.1 5. T.J. Gamradt, H'town 23.9 400 1. Jack Burt, DM 51.0 2. T.J. Gamradt, H'town 51.2 3. Wryott Gerson, Denfeld 51.8 4. Nick Litke, Cloquet 53.0 5. Nathan Hammond, Clo. 53.6
The Duluth Police Department is seeking information about graffiti written on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Duluth's Lakewalk on Wednesday afternoon. The police received a report of vandalism at the memorial at 3:23 p.m. Wednesday and officers saw graffiti written on the memorial, according to police spokesman Ron Tinsley. The police are continuing to investigate the incident and anyone with information about the graffiti should call 911, he said.
A reading and discussion about LGBTQ youth homelessness will take place Thursday evening at Teatro Zuccone, 222 E. Superior St. in downtown Duluth. The event, which starts at 5:30 p.m., will include author Ryan Berg reading from his award-winning book, "No House to Call My Home: Love, Family and Other Transgressions," and then facilitating a discussion among with audience members, local youth workers and service providers about how the community can support LGBTQ youth who are experiencing homelessness.
More than 9,000 technical drawings for more than 200 different ships are now available for research in the Fraser Shipyards Collection at the University of Wisconsin-Superior Special Collections, the university reported this week.
Passengers at Duluth International Airport will now go through an Advanced Imaging Technology scanner — the type of full-body scanner in wide use at larger airport security checkpoints around the country. The airport announced in a news release Wednesday that the Transportation Security Administration hopes to have the scanner operating on May 30. The airport stressed that the millimeter-spectrum scanning frequencies are not X-rays and that the TSA has “strict privacy standards” for what agents see during the scan.
About 30 volunteers, including members of the Duluth Honor Guard, were at the Duluth International Airport early Wednesday morning for a full day of prepping for the arrival of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. "This white line that we have to put down is 40 feet wide by 5,000 feet long. It is the Blue Angels navigational sight line for when they do the airshow next weekend," Marge Swore, Duluth Airshow volunteer coordinator, said.
If the chief of police calls to tell you that you’re the lucky recipient of a $1 million Publishers Clearing House prize, be suspicious. That’s the message from the Duluth Police Department, which passed along a warning about a creative new scam that could be making the rounds. Spokesman Ron Tinsley said Chief Mike Tusken’s secretary was tipped off to the scam when she received a call from a concerned citizen Wednesday.