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Teri Cadeau

General assignment and community reporter

Teri Cadeau is a general assignment and neighborhood reporter for the Duluth News Tribune. Originally from the Iron Range, Cadeau has worked for several community newspapers in the Duluth area for eight years including: The Duluth Budgeteer News, Western Weekly, Weekly Observer, Lake County News-Chronicle and occasionally, the Cloquet Pine Journal. When not working, she's an avid reader and crafter.
Contact her at 218-830-2186 or tcadeau@duluthnews.com.

Community members gathered in Leif Erickson Park on Sunday to honor Donna Howard, founder of Olive Branch house.
Natalie Peterson's seat was already up for election this year, so the position will remain vacant until it is filled by voters in November.
Reporter Teri Cadeau crossed the Thomas Rukavina Memorial Bridge on the Mesabi Trail.
Since it started in 2019, Recovery Alliance Duluth has helped hundreds of people through recovery via peer support and other services.
The Hermantown City Council unanimously approved, with one councilor abstaining, the rezoning of a 27-acre plat where a new apartment complex could be developed.
The Lake Superior 20/20 Art and Studio Tour returns for its 11th year with more than 40 artists.
The impact of the levy, offset by the tax capacity increase, on property owners would be a $74 average decrease in county taxes on a home valued at $100,000.
A discussion and free public performance are planned for "Kumbayah: The Juneteenth Story" at the high school Friday.
The Minnesota Nurses Association held a rally Sunday at 5 p.m. to provide updates and prepare for the strike Monday morning.
All of the pieces for the playground have arrived and are nearly ready to be assembled.