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DULUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT

From the editorial: "A few minutes of feedback from all of us can be valuable if the input is examined closely and taken to heart by (Duluth Police Chief Mike) Tusken, his officers, and others in the department."
The Duluth Police Department is calling for more people to participate in 2022's Citizen Police Academy.
Charlize Bjorhus, 16, is being charged for attempted second-degree murder.
Angela Robertson pinned her daughter, Maddy Robertson, in a swearing-in cermony.

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Officers found an unconscious man on the floor who was later pronounced dead at the scene
From the column: "Throughout the past year, the Duluth NAACP worked to enact very real changes in the region, particularly in areas of law enforcement, health equity, and education."
From the column: "City bargaining units have supported the city through lean times. Now, when the money is there for all to see, it’s apparently just not convenient for (Duluth Mayor Emily Larson) or her administration to take care of city workers."
The Jan. 18 trial date could be pushed back due to COVID-19 and to allow time to collect records.
From the column: "Policing done well can impact people’s safety and security, and we stand proud and ready to be there on someone’s worst day to offer them a hand up."
We take a look back at the stories that shaped the year.

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Nearly 50 years after her sexual assault, a Duluth native confronts the past and wonders if she'll ever learn the truth.
From the editorial: "Privacy must be protected, but so, too, must the public's right to know."
Gordon Ramsay spoke Monday about his family's return to Duluth, and his exploring a run to be St. Louis County sheriff.

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