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Several events are lined up at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center.
The Duluth Police Department is calling for more people to participate in 2022's Citizen Police Academy.
"Winter in the West" event hopes to connect community members to the best of western Duluth businesses.
The Lake Superior Ice Festival will bring old favorites and new activities to Barker's Island.

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A meet-the-mushers event was held at Bent Paddle on Sunday. The Beargrease sled dog race is now less than a month away.
An outdoor curling sheet has been constructed on the patio at Wild State Cider in Duluth as curlers of any experience level can give it a try and even compete in eight-week leagues. Even with temperatures hovering around zero degrees on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 1, 2022, dozens tried out the sport while Kristen Lee of the Duluth Curling Club led free demonstrations. For more details about Wild State Cider's curling activities, visit wildstatecider.square.site/curling.
Lakehead Harvest is a educational nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the preservation of the past. For three weekends in December, their grounds at 70 E. St. Louis River Road in Esko are turned into a celebration of the holidays and history as visitors can sit in hay racks pulled by vintage tractors and ride on a trail through the woods that features holiday lights and decorations. There are also campfires, concessions, craft vendors and kids activities. Santa Claus is also a frequent guest! The 2021 Lakehead Harvest Holiday Hayrides wrap up Sunday, Dec. 19, going from 2-8:30 p.m. For more information, visit lakeheadharvestshow.com.
The Duluth News Tribune is giving away 5 Christmas Eve family meals from Black Woods.
It's the first big sports show in Duluth since February 2020.

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The surprise Japanese attack 80 years ago killed more than 2,400 Americans and brought the country into World War II. Over the next four years, about 16 million men and women served in the U.S. armed services. More than 400,000 of them were killed in the war, according to the National World War II Memorial. Historians estimate that the war killed from 50 million to more than 70 million people worldwide.
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Members of the Grambsch family returned to reopen their historic candy store in Depot Square inside the Lake Superior Railroad Museum at the St. Louis County Depot in Duluth on Saturday, Nov. 27. 2021. The family makes hard candy by hand as guests watched the process and then tasted free samples.

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