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BENTLEYVILLE

“Santa’s not going to pull any pranks," Brad Vanderbrook, who plays the Grinch at Bentleyville, said. "I get to pull pranks.”
The National Weather Service in Duluth warned winds could gust between 45-50 mph in Duluth and up to an inch of rain could accumulate. Then temperatures will fall.
There were no injuries as Duluth fire crews battled a kitchen fire that traveled in ductwork up four floors of Pier B Resort.

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As is tradition, St. Nicholas skydived to mark the start of the Duluth holiday tradition.
The service will be offered through Dec. 18.
Hundreds of people lined Superior Street to watch the 2021 Christmas City of the North Parade Friday.
A closed-circuit television system was being installed Thursday in order to monitor the grounds with the hopes of warding off more vandals.
Voting for home and business Christmas light decorations begins Dec. 3, with winners announced Dec. 22.
Bentleyville organizers are still looking for volunteers to pick up shifts.

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Councilors reached a compromise regarding how to redirect tourism tax proceeds.
This year marks the 18th anniversary of Bentleyville “Tour of Lights,” which began at Nathan Bentley's homes in Esko and Cloquet, and is now at Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth for the 13th straight year. After using a drive-thru format in 2020 due to COVID-19 restrictions, Bentleyville is reverting back to a walk-through format for 2021. It is free to attend Bentleyville, which opens Nov. 20 and wraps up Dec. 27. Organizers say they are in need of volunteers to help continue with the set up and for other roles during the season. For more information, visit bentleyvilleusa.org.
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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