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UPDATE: Duluth bridal shop closes; eviction notice posted

A Duluth bridal shop has closed unexpectedly, apparently as a result of being evicted from its building. A bright orange "Notice of Eviction," dated Jan. 7, remained posted Saturday at the door of Princess Bride of Duluth, 1709 Mall Drive. The do...

A Duluth bridal shop has closed unexpectedly, apparently as a result of being evicted from its building.

A bright orange "Notice of Eviction," dated Jan. 7, remained posted Saturday at the door of Princess Bride of Duluth, 1709 Mall Drive. The door was locked at a time store normally would be open, according to hours posted on its website.

A letter also posted on the door Saturday, apparently from the store owners, read:

"To our valued customers, we would like to assure you that we are working to resolve this matter and reopen as soon as possible. Thank you for your continued support."

The store's website identifies its owners as Laurie Mathews and Annette Mega, and says the two "have created beautiful brides for the past 20 years." Princess Bride formerly also had a location in Hibbing.

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Efforts to reach the owners by phone and e-mail on Saturday were unsuccessful.

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