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GARY-NEW DULUTH

The names of residents who have died, from World War II to Iraq, are read aloud during the annual Memorial Day ceremony.
Several Memorial Day events have been planned to honor those lost while serving in armed forces.
The city is exploring grant opportunities to help cover the cost.
The St. Louis County Board approved the $250,000 measure as part of its focus on delivering projects aimed at children and families.

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Hoping to prevent yet another trial postponement, Judge Jill Eichenwald raised Brian Shaw's bail to $200,000, but gave him an option for intensive supervised release.
The victim's sister said her family wants to "heal and move on with our lives," but the trial has been postponed at least four times since January 2020.
A jury was seated last week and prepared to begin hearing testimony Monday in the Gary-New Duluth shooting death of Kevin Weiss Jr., but defendant Brian Shaw was not at the courthouse.
From the column: "We ... need government to support our communities’ good ideas. "
Councilors reached a compromise regarding how to redirect tourism tax proceeds.
A pair of councilors suggests the city redirect $50,000 to support the construction of a skatepark in Gary-New Duluth.

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A rescheduled January date for Brian Shaw will come more than three years after he allegedly shot Kevin Weiss Jr. and two years after he was first set to face a jury.
Damage in equipment alone is estimated at over $500,000 due to the fire.
The Duluth Police Department has identified the two men involved in the incident.

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