Voyageurs National Park rangers and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officers cited four Illinois men for overlimits of fish Sept. 9 on Lake Kabetogama, according to park officials. The four anglers were found to be in possession of 44 northern pike and three bass. All four anglers were cited for overlimits of northern pike, and three were cited for using an extra fishing line. In addition, some fish were not identifiable and/or countable as required by the state regulations for transported fish.
Duluth police are investigating a report of a sexual assault of a juvenile male in the Woodland neighborhood. Police said they received a report Sunday about the incident, with the suspect described as a white male with a crew cut or shaved head, wearing blue pants and riding a light green bike, possibly a mountain bike.
A 52-year-old woman has been charged after allegedly stabbing another woman in Duluth’s Central Hillside neighborhood on Monday night. Donna Christine Amparan of Duluth was charged on Thursday in State District Court with one count of third-degree assault. The charge, a felony, carries a maximum sentence of five years and a $10,000 fine. Amparan is being held in the St. Louis County Jail without bail. According to the criminal complaint:
The top Gilruth Continuum aviation science students—Peyton Nelson, Claire Atella and Grace Heine—received the Apollo-Gilruth Continuum Award for academic excellence during the 2017 school season from the Duluth Aviation Institute, Sky Harbor Airport. Nelson is a student at Lincoln Park Middle School; Heine at Proctor Middle School; and Atella at Ordean East Middle School.
DONATIONS • Western Lake Superior Trolling Association members Jim VanLandschoot and Paul Anderson show the donation check of $2,000 for Just Kids Dental. The money was raised during the organization's annual Jaws Derby held at Barker's Island in Superior.
Jana Roach of Saginaw shares a snapshot of honey from her bees.
BOWLING Men Big Ten Eric Merzwski, 643; Paul Wotruba, 609 Bud Country Rollers Tyler Haedrich, 716; Randy Sorensen, 698; Todd Savoy, 669; Scott Carlson, 666; Dave Clauson, 664; Darrin Carlson, 633; Dana Caseu, 629; Justin Petrey, 626; Tom Ojanen, 621; Jerry Olson, 619; Tim Freitag, 616; Erik Gulbrandson, 607; Marty Jobin, 601 Church League Chris Stratioti, 706; Loren Lilyquist, 661; Kevin Graves, 646; Randy Suliin, 640; Preston Hedlund, 631 Country Couples Terry Nelson, 629 Country Rollers
Lily, 10 Lily is quiet and introverted, and enjoys one-on-one time with friends instead of large group settings. She'll try just about anything, but enjoys swimming, bowling, playing soccer, painting her nails, watching television, playing outside, building forts and reading. Lily said she would love to try playing football. When she grows up, Lily wants to be a nurse — just like her mom.
A total of $6,700 was raised to promote area businesses, tourism and economic growth at the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber of Commerce's 17th annual Golf Tournament held July 12 at Ruttger's The Lakes. Eighteen teams participated and generously donated to raffles and contests.
Arrowhead Library System in Mountain Iron announced Rose T., age 12, was named the winner of the youth library card contest held earlier this year. Rose's artwork was selected by the ALS staff judging panel out of 105 library card designs submitted by patrons ages 12 and under across the seven county region. The new ALS youth library card will be available at all 27 member public libraries, on the ALS Bookmobile and through ALS Mail-A-Book this month. Visit https://www.alslib.info for a list of those libraries.