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The new ownership plans to expand Fraser's capabilities.
Ship setting offers confined space training for firefighters
The U.S. Coast Guard warned recreational users of the shipping channel outside Superior to be aware.
The U.S. may have “the most powerful and technologically advanced navy the world has ever seen,” but our naval shipyards are “ancient,” U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany, R-Minocqua, Wisconsin, pointed out in an op-ed on Aug. 28.

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Lake Assault Boats chosen to custom build boat for regional emergency response teams at SPD
DECC evaluates how to stabilize Irvin's damaged hull
Needed restorations, including those on the thinning steel around the waterline, will start on Thursday.
The secretary of the Navy made a good call picking Duluth for the commissioning next year of the freshly christened littoral combat ship, the USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul.
A falling load of steel plates struck an employee in February. Citations from OSHA revealed the plates were not rigged safely

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The return home of Duluth's floating museum, the SS William A. Irvin, is being delayed as the retired ore boat waits in line at the local shipyard. "We're hoping we can have it back for July and August," said Chelly Townsend after confirming the ...
Work on the William A. Irvin should be completed by June 1, and the ship should be back in its berth and open for tours around July 1, according to the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center. Though a few weeks past the original estimate of a May...
The Feb. 3 article, "Minnesota Book Award nominees include Duluth ties," contained notable omissions. First, the 36 books listed were finalists, not nominees, as the headline and story suggested in several places. Second, if the reporter assigned...

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