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Editorials

From the editorial: "There are far safer alternatives than empty buildings for those looking to get in out of the cold."
From the editorial: "The Duluth and Hermantown districts (aren't) giving up. Like a lot of the rest of us, they (are) simply struggling to keep up."
From the editorial: "If there ever was a time for strong leadership and timely response, especially from those we’ve elected to serve us, it is now. ... The generic, anonymous statement from City Hall this week, in response to legitimate questions that demand answers, fell frustratingly far short."
From the editorial: "It may be hard to believe the Armory really can be saved this time, that its reuse really is still possible. ... (But) there’s certainly plenty of reason for optimism."

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From the editorial: "We all have our lists of those who played roles big and small in our lives and in our communities, who left us this past year, and who we can recall now on the occasion of the passing of another New Year's."
Solving the future workforce challenges in the Midwest will take collaboration and innovation from businesses, communities, educational institutions and government working together to recruit, prepare and train our future workforce.
Hope fills our lives with meaning. Hope propels this time on earth forward even during an uncertain future. And Christians see that hope come alive. But there is so much room to celebrate hope during this season of light, that no one has to be excluded. In fact, that would be a travesty of its own.
In the autumn of 1897, Virginia O'Hanlon, age 8, sat down and wrote what would become the most famous letter to the editor in American history.
From the editorial: "While few newspapers seek participation and input from residents, this opportunity in Duluth to give back to your community and to support the local newspaper remains invaluable."
From the editorial: "Privacy must be protected, but so, too, must the public's right to know."

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From the editorial: "Mainstream sources, including this newspaper, at least attempt to present factual coverage, because their business models rely on long-term credibility."
From the editorial: "He held his principles dear but also recognized when it was time to compromise for the good of the country."
From the editorial: "During COVID-19’s 21-months-and-counting grip on the Northland, on our nation, and on the world, maintaining blood supplies has been even more challenging than normal."

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