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Long-form journalism from the Duluth Media Group.

The icon of musical comedy is playing the DECC on July 11, his first Duluth show in 15 years. Northland fans are more than ready.
Districts north and south will feature seven seats up for election in November. What are these boards and why are they important?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation is offered at three area clinics, and uses magnetic pulses to activate parts of the brain that are underutilized in people with depressive symptoms. TMS is especially effective for medication-resistant depression.
For those who lived through it, the flooding of 2012 is an event that will be talked about for years.

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Cooperative effort aims to help cattle rancher, wolves and wolf researchers.
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The man who's led the Duluth museum for the past 20 years became an unlikely YouTube star telling the stories of all the trains in the St. Louis County Depot.
Results from an extenisve 2021 popualtion survey shows 70% more walleyes than 2015.
While tenants express frustration about a new process to keep their slots, St. Louis County defends its decision to potentially open up the Depot roster.
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Wood and wire cages, placed in just the right spots, help keep predators out of wood turtle nests.
Nearby flooding is the latest in a series of challenges for the state's northernmost town, where residents and leaders don't always agree, but they're fighting back.

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It wasn't so long ago that Duluth saw hundreds of applicants for open positions. But now the city is having to offer big pay and benefit boosts to avert critical shortages.
A descendant of the "Seven Iron Men" who ushered the iron ore industry into Minnesota, Merritt devoted his life to defending the environment, especially Lake Superior.
The Rainy River watershed is overflowing from Lake Vermilion to Lake of the Woods, with flood records possible.

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