District Court St. Louis County April 17 Timothy J. Demarmels, 28, Duluth, disorderly conduct - brawling or fighting and intentional damage to property, fined $300 and 90 days in local confinement, $250 and 87 days stayed on one year of probation with conditions - per each count.
Today Duluth entry Overnight/morning: Great Lakes Trader / Joyce L. VanEnkevort departing with iron ore pellets; Indiana Harbor departing with coal Afternoon: Riga departing with grain Evening: American Spirit arriving to load iron ore pellets Two Harbors Overnight/morning: Algoma Transport arriving to load iron ore pellets, then departing in the evening Afternoon: Lee A. Tregurtha arriving to load iron ore pellets Silver Bay Morning: H. Lee White arriving to load iron ore pellets, then departing in the afternoon
This week’s Pressroom Podcast features a busy local artist who recently released the new solo album “Circuit Sessions” and is scheduled to play another Homegrown Music Festival in May. But singer-songwriter-author-podcaster Teague Alexy still found time to hang out with hosts Brooks Johnson, Christa Lawler and Tom Olsen — and perform in studio. The episode considers life on the road, inspiration, Alexy’s plethora of projects, Homegrown and the status of Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank.
Grand Rapids' Gavin Hain and Hermantown's Dylan Samberg already had collected all-area and all-state accolades after leading their respective teams to a Northland championship sweep at last month's boys hockey state tournament. Now they have national awards, as well. USA Today announced its All-USA teams Tuesday, and both Hain and Samberg landed on the first team.
Wrenshall school district voters said no on Tuesday to a $12.5 million bond referendum for school renovations and an expansion to the pre-K-12 school about 25 miles southwest of Duluth, which would have increased the school’s size by more than one-third. The referendum failed with 72.4 percent voting in opposition, Wrenshall Superintendent Kim Belcastro said on Tuesday night. “I’d like to personally thank all of the effort that was put into this initiative. The community has spoken and it is not in favor of the proposed plans and a tax increase at this time,” Belcastro said.
BASEBALL Duluth Marshall 12, Esko 8 At Wade Stadium. E: Tyler Peterson 2H; Brody Kaldahl 2H; Riggs Olson 2RBIs; DM: Ben Pederson 2H, 3RBIs; Cole Maccoux 3RBIs. BOYS LACROSSE Forest Lake 9, Duluth 8 GIRLS SOCCER Hudson 7, Superior 1
Minnesota Duluth reached the 30-win plateau for the third consecutive season with an NSIC doubleheader split against Northern State on Tuesday in Aberdeen, S.D. In the opener, the Bulldogs (30-14 overall, 14-6 NSIC) couldn't muster enough run support for starting pitcher Sam Hartmann in a 3-1 loss.
A driver was pulled from their burning vehicle by passersby after a single-vehicle crash on Tuesday morning in Pine County. The Pine County Sheriff's Office reported that deputies were called to the scene on Henriette Road at Meadow Creek Lane, about 3 miles northwest of Pine City, at 8:21 a.m. A 911 caller reported that a vehicle had hit a bridge and caught fire.
District Court St. Louis County March 27 Amanda L. Pfuhl, 37, no city listed, fugitive, extradition waived. April 13 Anthony S. Simonson, 34, Hibbing, assault, fined $50 and 64 days in local confinement. April 14 Lauren T. Krcma, 19, De Pere, Wis., underage consumption, fined $100.
Today Duluth entry Overnight: CSL Niagara arriving to load iron ore pellets, then departing in the early evening Morning: Great Lakes Trader / Joyce L. VanEnkevort arriving to load iron ore pellets, then departing in the early evening; Indiana Harbor departing with coal; American Mariner arriving to load grain Afternoon: Riga departing with grain; Joseph L. Block arriving to discharge limestone Superior entry Overnight: Algoma Discovery departing with iron ore pellets