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Dan Williamson

Digital Producer

Dan Williamson joined the Duluth News Tribune in June 2021 where he's involved in digital content such as video, photos and podcasts. Previously, he worked in television broadcasting as a Sports Director/Anchor at WDIO-TV in Duluth, Sports Director/Anchor in Bismarck, N.D., News and Sports Anchor at KSAX-TV in Alexandria, and Reporter/Photographer/Editor with the syndicated show "Life to the Max" in Eden Prairie. He was also the Development Director for the Duluth Salvation Army.

Williamson grew up in Alexandria, Minnesota and graduated college from St. Cloud State University. In his free time, Williamson enjoys spending time outdoors and being active by inline skating and playing golf, volleyball and other sports. He also loves to travel, be near or on the water and spend time with his family and friends. Williamson has lived in Duluth since 2012.

Readers can reach Williamson at 218-720-4110 or dwilliamson@duluthnews.com.

The annual holiday spectacular kicked off Saturday as Santa himself helicoptered in.
This annual event at Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors commemorates the sinking of the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald and the total loss of the 29 crew members aboard 47 years ago on November 10, 1975.
West Duluth American Legion Post 71 and Valley Youth Centers hosted the Grand Avenue Spooktacular Candy Giveaway as visitors could check out booths, demonstrations and receive free candy.
Some wearing costumes and some not, almost 370 completed the 5K race Saturday, which started and ended near Earth Rider Brewery.
The weekend kicked off with more mid-October snow falling on parts of the Northland.
The plane took out much of the second floor of the home at 5154 Arrowhead Road.
The first Duluth Apple Palooza at Beaver River Farm featured a craft fair, live music, wagon rides, food trucks, animals and, of course, apples.
A dozen students between the ages of 14-18 are learning the finer points of hockey officiating from veteran official Duffy Dyer.
On today’s episode, Moose Lake nurses say yes to potential strike, the state has rejected more than 200,000 front-line worker check applications, and more.
The 33rd annual Bayfront Blues Festival features three days of outdoor music.