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Visitors to Duluth’s Lakewalk will now be able to learn more about the plants and foliage along the way thanks to the efforts of a University of Minnesota Duluth scientist.
A project that will reroute a road will necessitate the closure.
The 10th annual "Run, Smelt, Run!" returned to Duluth's Canal Park on Sunday with a lot of fanfare.
From the editorial: "With widespread participation, (cleanup events) promise to keep our community spruced up and looking nice and full of pride."

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The developer needed a variance due to the height of the proposed building.
The would-be developer will seek a variance to accommodate the 55-foot height of the building.
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While everyone agrees the shoreline and road need to be restored, I'm frustrated by the lack of transparency surrounding the project.
The annual showcase by Freshwater Dance Collective features dancers and choreographers from near and far in site-specific works.
From the editorial: "The return brings with it another flash of hope for a world after illness and worry and isolation. That becomes a little more real."

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Duluth must weigh how to spend $58.1 million in aid.
A proposed agreement could achieve multiple goals.
More than three years after it was devastated by a series of storms, the new boardwalk will open and people will again have access to the Lake Superior shoreline.

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