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The library has added a safety specialist and social workers to its resource mix.
“You will see Peace Church people out in the street, protesting and in council meetings working for policy change — and also having fun, too," interim Pastor Jim Mitulski said.
At a roundtable discussion with the Minnesota Ambulance Association and the Center for Rural Policy & Development, EMTs said rural ambulance departments are struggling with short staffing, underfunding and increased transfers outside their communities.
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Amid nationwide staffing shortages in the public safety sector, local officials are offering a new deep-dive course that aims to establish a pipeline to the fire and EMS profession on the Iron Range.
Duluthians can find space to create just about anywhere, but infrastructure matters when it comes to performing arts and film screenings. Check out our infographic comparing Duluth entertainment venues by capacity.
Forty years ago Nov. 2, Rudy Perpich was elected governor of Minnesota, returning for two full terms to the office he'd previously occupied for a partial term. He would become Minnesota's longest-serving governor, and the only one to hail from the Iron Range.

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"Daniel's Gotta Die," a dark comedy about adult siblings vying for an inheritance, has its world premiere Friday at the Austin Film Festival in Texas. In addition to Saget, the cast includes punk legend Iggy Pop.
The estate of Cheryl Shega has been tied up in litigation for more than two years, and her siblings' hope of recovering the money was dealt a blow by recent revelations in court.
Female fishers didn't nest in them, but they used the boxes that seemed to be a curiosity to some wildlife.

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