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LeRoy Chiovitte’s fish will be permanently displayed at the Chik-Wauk Museum on Saganaga Lake.
The Twin Ports REKO ring allows growers, food producers to sell their eggs, veggies, meats and kombucha without a go-between.
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Artist David Austin recently moved his family to Duluth after falling in love with the area on a visit.
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Emily Ford and her trusty sidekick, Diggins the sled dog, will spend 30 days trekking across the top of Minnesota.

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A lingering unsolved disappearance from Duluth underscores the issue of disproportionate incidents of violence against Indigenous women.
"Freshwater," a new documentary focused on Lake Superior and its surfing community on the North Shore, as well as the larger environmental impacts on the lake, is set to premiere in Duluth on Feb. 19.
Since backstopping the United States to gold in the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang, former Bulldogs goaltender Maddie Rooney has graduated from college and become a homeowner. She's an entrepreneur and a photographer away from the ice, and has gotten into coaching at the high school and college levels. But she's still Maddie Rooney, her teammates say.
After languishing for years, a historic building once destined for demolition is finally being repurposed.
Stakeholders are still ironing out the details on how the expanded community crisis response will work. They plan to make announcements about the service in early 2022.
“If there’s any species that has every right not to trust anyone, it’s the buffalo," Don Solwold said. "That’s probably what draws me to them. They’re a noble animal."

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The onetime Hawk Ridge bird counter is now trying to make it as a full-time artist.
In addition to the big cost reveal, officials from Wisconsin and Minnesota also started to produce prospective alignments of a new Blatnik Bridge, including a possible direct connection with U.S. Highway 53 instead of Hammond Avenue.
That decorative pot of evergreen and birch outside your front door may have been cut illegally by a felon out for drug money.

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