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White House, congressional leaders push for two-year budget deal
Trump officials brief a divided Congress on escalating tensions with Iran
Loving Madagascar: Duluth native puts up with tarantulas in the shower, washing clothes in the river
Rochester teachers' signs get social media blowback
Rally against abortion bans planned for Saturday
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Grandma's owner buys Lincoln Park building
Bill would restart study on copper-nickel mining near Boundary Waters
Self-driving trucks will carry mail in US for the first time
In stressful times, farmers need to add mental health to the to-do list
St. Scholastica occupational therapy clinic uses smart technology to help clients adapt
Place a Business Announcement
Prep report: Marshall's Kirk commits to Brown
College men's hockey: Bulldogs add Wilderness goalie; Perunovich, Richards to stay
College women's track and field: UMD's Kohlwey seeks indoor-outdoor double
Creative crosswalks coming to Hillside
Things we like: Burger and onion rings at King of Creams
NUTRITION: Three easy ways to start your day with vegetables
Men have biological clocks, too
FOMO can lead to sleep issues and stress
Anastasia Violet Olson
Paul & Denise Dahlgren
Rev. Daniel Holm
Louise (Lulu) Johnson
Lois C. Mattei
Barbara May Spongberg
Eugene 'Gene' Herman Frisk
Joyce Lucille Einarson
Reader's View: Better market Enger, Lester courses
Reader's View: Tyrant isn't too strong a word
Local View: We can't save natural world if disconnected from it
Commentary: Farms are suffering from climate change and Trump's trade war. Here's how to help
In Response: Draw district boundaries so incumbents can't pick their voters
North Dakota Game and Fish changes record policy after walleye controversy
Bison help prairie get back to nature
MN DNR Weekly Report for May 21, 2019
Brad Dokken column: DNR increases elk permits in effort to reduce growing Kittson County herd
Glamping app offers quirky, quaint camping: Hipcamp.com encourages landowners to open space for camping
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September 29, 2018
Duluth’s chief administrator retires after more than 9 years in post
The past few days were a bit of a whirlwind for David Montgomery, Duluth's retiring chief administrative officer. His last day on the job was...
September 29, 2018 - 4:25pm
July 9, 2018
Will Nice Ride drop the docks in St. Paul?
ST. PAUL—Nice Ride Minnesota, the nonprofit behind the Twin Cities bike-sharing program known for its distinctive green bikes, is going...
July 9, 2018 - 8:28am
June 25, 2018
One administrator cleared, one terminated in Proctor
More questions than answers followed a special city council meeting Monday in Proctor, where one administrator was cleared of wrongdoing and...
June 25, 2018 - 8:59pm
June 22, 2018
Pushing back on a Rolling Stone: Mayor Larson responds
Rolling Stone gathered Duluth Mayor Emily Larson's ire. "We are not a grimy city," Larson said on Friday. "We are so much more than what was...
June 22, 2018 - 5:22pm
May 29, 2015
Mondays and Tuesdays with the mayor
Though his time as mayor of Duluth is winding down, Don Ness continues to keep his door open to meet the public. Every Monday, Ness holds...
May 29, 2015 - 2:11pm
June 26, 2010
The survey says... Duluthians feel better about their city
The city of Duluth has polished its image a bit in the last year, a recent survey suggests. Of 548 Duluth residents who participated in the survey, 65 percent described the overall image or reputation of their community as "good" or "excellent." That's up from 58 percent last year. The...
June 26, 2010 - 12:00am
February 15, 2009
Letter from the Editor: How we broke a big City Hall story
A little bit about a lot of things following a week that saw a big News Tribune scoop at Duluth City Hall, the cancellation of school in Duluth and Superior, a new online publishing project and interesting reader feedback. Let's start with that scoop. The biggest story of the week...
February 15, 2009 - 12:00am
January 17, 2009
City drops investigation of second manager
The city of Duluth announced Friday that it was suspending its three-month-long investigation of finance manager Genie Stark, who will retire in about 10 months. The city's Chief Administrative Officer, Lisa Potswald, would not say if the two events were connected and repeated her...
January 17, 2009 - 12:00am
January 7, 2009
Ness calls for increased civility, defends decisions in 2008
Duluth Mayor Don Ness held court on several hot-button city issues Tuesday morning, including increased taxes and fees, the budget situation...
January 7, 2009 - 12:00am
December 26, 2008
Duluth city offices are closed today
If you were planning to head down to Duluth City Hall today, or most any other city office, you won't find an open door policy. In fact, the doors will be locked. The day after Christmas is one of four mandatory days off without pay for city employees instituted by Mayor Don Ness...
December 26, 2008 - 12:00am
December 20, 2008
State aid cuts will take $1.7 million from Duluth
Cuts in state aid announced by Gov. Tim Pawlenty on Friday include $1.7 million the city of Duluth was expecting to balance its budget. Instead of $14.5 million, Duluth will get about $12.8 million, probably forcing the city to wipe out its low reserve fund to make up the difference,...
December 20, 2008 - 12:00am
November 15, 2008
Duluth makes $366 million wish list as part of plan to garner federal money
The city of Duluth has made a list and checked it twice, compiling 100 construction or improvement projects that would create 3,865 jobs at the cost of $366 million. Now, city leaders are hoping the U.S. Congress and president will play Santa Claus, determining that the city has been...
November 15, 2008 - 12:00am
November 7, 2008
Consultant to create modern zoning for Duluth
Duluth Mayor Don Ness took a step Thursday toward designing the city's future, announcing that the city will hire a consultant to help create and implement a new zoning code. When the comprehensive plan was passed two years ago, it was the first time in several decades the city of...
November 7, 2008 - 12:00am
October 25, 2008
Councilors ask: Does Duluth borrow more than it can afford?
It's not just the federal government that's heavily in debt. According to an estimate from one city councilor, the city of Duluth is $145 million in debt from issuing bonds -- nearly twice the amount of its general fund -- leading to a call from some councilors to halt the city's...
October 25, 2008 - 12:00am