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Duluth was going for its first title in four championship-game appearances.
Kirsten Aune Textiles, Measure For Measure and Kristen Kaas Sewing & Textile Studio are collaboratively marketing themselves, all inspired by their related but unique talents.
All are welcome to The Bell Tower Lighting Festival on Saturday at the church, 1111 N. 11th Ave. E., Duluth.
Here’s a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Friday, July 22, 2022. 

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Sunshine will make a return after this Low Pressure passes.
Earth has undergone a sequence of glacial advances and warm periods the last 2.7 million years.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told reporters after talks in Lviv, Ukraine, on Thursday that he was gravely concerned by circumstances at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant and called for military equipment and personnel to be withdrawn.
New job numbers from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development show seasonally-adjusted unemployment held at 1.8% in July, holding at an all-time low reached in June.
The afternoon celebration, by invitation-only, gathered about 100 guests.
Police said the woman was accused of "stealing from, manipulating, and targeting vulnerable adults who visited her business (until it closed) to the tune of over $100,000."

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Minnesota in the 1930s. While St. Paul was considered a crook’s haven for mobsters to lay low, the infamous Al Capone was known to wander up North for rest and respite. Some point to St. Paul law enforcement as the key instigators in making Minnesota mob-friendly.

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Can reducing salt really help reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke and other diseases? A new study shows cutting out about 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt each day could ward off certain diseases and death over time. Viv Williams has details in this episode of NewsMD's "HealthFusion."

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