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A life-saving invention born in the Twin Ports was put to the test Tuesday at Barker’s Island in Superior — with a Discovery Channel Canada film crew on hand. The...
This one goes out to all my fellow snackers. When carrots and hummus aren't cutting it, it's time to mix up your snacking choices. In case you missed it, Jan. 19 was National Popcorn Day. In honor of this day, I popped up a few interesting recipes from Pinterest. I tossed aside the typical butter lovers, kettle corn and caramel recipes for flavors usually associated with a side dish or a birthday party. Because I wholeheartedly agree with the notion of "dessert first," I got poppin' with a birthday cake recipe.
Four out of five stars A few months ago, my cousin and I were talking about reading books on our new tablets. She said she enjoyed the convenience of reading books on her Kindle, but didn’t know what to do with the ebook after she finished it. I thought it would be great if there was an app that acted like a library where you could “check out” books and then “return” them when you were done. Well, that exists. It’s been called the Netflix of books. Oyster is an app that lets you read an unlimited amount of books for as long as you want for just a $10 monthly fee.
It all started out as a bribe about year ago. “I’ll take my gun-safety if you come to the party with me.” That was my most desperate attempt to get my outdoorsman fiancé off the couch to attend a holiday party with me. Well, it worked. Thrilled that I didn’t have to take the class with a bunch of 14-year-olds, I completed the 16-chapter course online.
Whether you just entered your first lecture hall last week or you’re prepping for graduation, many of you have moved hundreds of miles away from your friends and family to attend college. Some of you may call your parents daily or text your hometown friends hourly, but many of you choose to stay in the loop by scrolling through Facebook statuses, retweeting so-and-so’s crazy weekend adventures and liking your best friends’ food photos on Instagram. And while you are staying connected with your loved ones, why not stay connected with the Duluth News Tribune and keep up-to-date on
It was another beautiful day in Duluth on Wednesday. After a chilly morning with a low of 48 degrees at the Duluth airport, the sun came out and warmed up...
A lightning strike from a storm in July ignited a monthlong fire on a small portion of one of the Apostle Islands. Visitors informed the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore staff...
Bulletin Board Golf: The North Lakes Golf Association postponed Monday’s event at Voyager Village in Danbury, Wis., to Friday, May 16, due to forecasted rain and cool temperatures. The Eveleth...
BULLETIN BOARD Golf course openings: Pokegama Golf Course in Grand Rapids is now open and allowing carts. Cost, including cart, is $35 Monday through Friday and $40 on weekends. Call (218) 326-3444 for tee times. Big Fish Golf Club in Hayward is opening Friday, with a spring special of 18 holes for $40 that includes cart.