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1. Take part in the family friendly St. Patrick's Day Celebration, 6-8 p.m. Monday, Clyde Iron Works, 2920 W. Michigan St. Free. Go to stpatricksdayduluth.org. 2. Dance at the Loaves & Fishes Ceili Dance, 7-10 p.m. Monday, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1710 E. Superior St. Irish dance instruction offered first 30 minutes. Cost: $10 per person, $20 per family. Call (218) 724-2054 or go to loavesandfishesduluth.blogspot.com. 3. Not ready to be done with St. Patrick's Day? Eat at the St. Joseph Knights of Columbus St.
Name: Xavier Age: 7 Interests: Xavier enjoys trying new things and is very outgoing. He loves playing video games, watching movies, playing with toy cars and reading books about cars, planes and trains. He would like to go on a train ride and to Canal Park to look at ships. Personality: He describes himself as cool, a big helper and sweet. He's friendly, outgoing and has a great sense of humor.
Forty-two Cloquet Middle School students and 18 Cloquet High School students, along with their teacher/mentors Cynthia Welsh, Cynthia Edwardson and Joe Nicol, attended the 2014 Northeastern Minnesota Regional and American Indian Science and Engineering Fair held at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The regional fair is affiliated with Science for Society and the Public and the Minnesota Academy of Science.
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY: Separate your personal and professional life to fulfill your ambitions. Secrets are apparent and money is likely to come to you from an unusual source. Your willingness to go above and beyond what's expected of you will bring you closer to your goal. Map out your destination, but don't rely on anyone but you to get you there. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take care of anything you promised to do.
Q: I've been told troopers are handing out tickets to drivers who slide their vehicles into ditches. I recently saw a state trooper vehicle in the ditch being pulled out by a tow truck. Would that trooper be ticketed just the same as anyone else? I often wonder about this whole driving while talking on a cellphone thing and then observe law enforcement doing the same thing and typing on a laptop computer while driving. This makes very little sense to me. A: Same as for everyone else, it all depends on the circumstances.
BRULE Jan. 19, 2014 King, Emily and Ryan, girl, Annabelle Aurelia. CLOQUET Feb. 25, 2014 Warner, Lisa and Adam, boy, Ryder John. DULUTH Feb. 24, 2014 Erhardt, Brittany, and Letica, Dustin, boy, Brycen Michael Letica. Feb. 25, 2014 Aleshire, Melissa, and Roesler, Jason, boy, Mason Jay Roesler. LAKE NEBAGAMON Jan. 15, 2014 Zupke, Kendra and Robert, boy, Samuel Gordon.
Urho Urho galloped up the hill in the moonlight with his heart pounding and breathing hard, and the moon in his eyes. He stopped at the top, tilted a little flask quickly, and continued loping down the hill toward the village sleeping in the moonlight. Urho loved to jog under the full moon and have a swig every time he stopped to rest. He used to pretend he was a horse, and snort and whinny after the flask was empty. William R. Lamppa of Embarrass
Caramel Brownie Bites 1 package brownie mix (9-by-13-inch size using egg and/or oil as directed) 36 Rolo candies ½ cup white or dark chocolate chips ½ cup walnuts, chopped fine Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare brownie mix as directed. Spray a mini muffin pan very well and divide batter into the cups evenly. Top each with a sprinkle of walnuts. Bake as directed on box, checking periodically for doneness (about 18-20 minutes). As soon as you take them out of the oven, push one Rolo candy into the center of each muffin so the candy is flush with the top of the muffin.
Irene McKay of Mahtowa snapped this photo of her family making the most of the long winter by enjoying the mountain of snow. Pictured are: (from left) Ella Anderson and Ava Anderson of Barnum; Kira DeCaigny and Morgan DeCaigny of Mahtowa; and Colleen Salscheider of Sun Prairie, Wis.
Quilts made by volunteers help children in crisis The 17th annual Douglas County Home and Community Education Quiltathon will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Mariner Mall in Superior. HCE members will lead community volunteers in completing about 50 quilts in a day. All are welcome to help and volunteers can bring scissors, juvenile fabrics, flannel, batting and completed or incomplete quilts if available; otherwise all needed items will be supplied.