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Biz Buzz (Nov. 21, 2008)

HIRES AND PROMOTIONS * Jim Peterson, a partner at Falsani, Balmer, Peterson, Quinn & Beyer, was named a Super Lawyer for 2009 and also named one of the top 40 attorneys in Minnesota in the practice of workers' compensation. The article will a...

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HIRES AND PROMOTIONS

* Jim Peterson, a partner at Falsani, Balmer, Peterson, Quinn & Beyer, was named a Super Lawyer for 2009 and also named one of the top 40 attorneys in Minnesota in the practice of workers' compensation. The article will appear in the February/March issue of "Who's Who in Workers' Comp."

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS

* Brian Barber, an illustrator from Duluth, and Peggy Snow, a Minnesota author, received a Moonbeam Children's Book Award for "My Favorite Sounds from A to Z." The book, which is published by Maren Green Publishing, won a Silver award in the Alphabet/Counting book category.

The Moonbeam awards are a juried competition, intended to bring increased recognition to exemplary children's books and their creators and to support childhood literacy and life-long reading. They are presented by Jenkins Group and Independent Publisher Online, and 2008 medalists were chosen from 1,085 entries.

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* Coldwell Banker East/West Realty announced the following awards for October.

The Superior office named Ginger Eckman the top selling agent and Jim Kraemer the top listing agent.

The Cloquet office named Norm Johnson the top listing agent and Ron Tondryk the top selling agent.

Biz Buzz is a collection of business news tidbits from around the region. Send your business openings or closings, personnel changes or other news of interest in the business community to Biz Buzz, Duluth News Tribune, 424 W. First St., Duluth, MN 55802, e-mail biz@duluthnews.com , or fax 720-4120.

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