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DULUTH

Lundquist leads the way as Gusties win first meeting between the programs in nearly 40 years.
Hilmer, hot-shooting Peacocks too much for the Bulldogs.
Angela Robertson pinned her daughter, Maddy Robertson, in a swearing-in cermony.
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A two-decade sentence for manufacturing and distributing cocaine proved to be a turning point for the Wisconsin native, who has transitioned to a career aimed at improving the lives of others facing incarceration.

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Councilors all say they support the mayor's decision on masking, even though they were divided when it came to enacting the same policy.
The new visitor policy goes into effect Monday, Jan. 17 due to high community spread of COVID-19.
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“Most press people that I've run into ... many have fewer than 10 fingers," Janelle Miller said. While two were bandaged during a News Tribune visit, the Duluth woman had all 10.
Students involved in ACT-SO will have the opportunity to work with a mentor on a project to present at a competition with the hopes of moving on to the national competition this summer.
Check out these events in the area.
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Most of the state's 23,000 miles of trail are maintained by local club members.

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As the Great Lakes shipping season nears its seasonal close, Lt. Alexander Stewart shared thoughts about churning up his home ice.
In lieu of a traditional march, interfaith service or community breakfast, the NAACP will host a series of virtual activities.

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