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MORNING UPDATE: Competition pays off for Duluth air passengers

Competition pays off for Duluth air passengers Flying out of Duluth costs more than the national average, but it has fallen, and business leaders say it's not as bad as it could be thanks to their efforts to recruit new competition to Duluth Inte...

Competition pays off for Duluth air passengers

Flying out of Duluth costs more than the national average, but it has fallen, and business leaders say it's not as bad as it could be thanks to their efforts to recruit new competition to Duluth International Airport.

Duluth tech company owes state $1.6 million

Since November of last year, 50 Below Sales & Marketing has amassed an additional $1.3 million in state tax liens, bringing its total tax debt to more than $1.6 million, according to documents on file at the St. Louis County Recorder's Office.

Respectful discussion covers Occupy, Tea Party movements

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In an era of screaming cable television news shows and divisive debates via Internet comments, Thursday night's discussion at the Friends Meeting House in Duluth reflected the venue's name: It was friendly.

College softball: UMD makes playoff pitch

This weekend the UMD Bulldogs play in their third straight NCAA Division II college softball tournament, and sixth overall.

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