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PORT OF DULUTH-SUPERIOR

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Grain exporters seek alternatives as drought conditions limit barge traffic.
Interlake's Mark W. Barker is the first Great Lakes ship to be built by an American company since 1983.
The family-owned and operated Twin Ports business is poised to benefit from a rebuilt interchange and Blatnik Bridge, which no longer can accommodate oversize loads.
From the column: Consider Bar Harbor, Maine, where "a growing percentage of ... residents feels strongly that visiting cruise ships have been destroying their community."
The 1,200-foot lock will take seven years to complete, giving the Soo Locks a second lock to accommodate the Great Lakes' largest vessels.
Reconstruction of the Garfield Avenue interchange and Highway 53 ramps will dovetail with ongoing reconstruction, ending years of potential delays.

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"This is the most engaged package tour group I've ever seen, in 10 years of doing this," said the North Shore Scenic Railroad station manager.
A slow start to the shipping campaign continued off pace, with officials highlighting cargo diversity that's been a saving grace.
A Nebraska firm purchased the elevator and will use it to import and export primarily small grains grown in the U.S. and Canada.

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