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This annual event at Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors commemorates the sinking of the freighter Edmund Fitzgerald and the total loss of the 29 crew members aboard 47 years ago on November 10, 1975.
The Edmund Fitzgerald, 47 years ago next week, ‘submarined’ to the bottom of Lake Superior
The vessel was carrying iron ore and being towed by a steamer named the Maunaloa when the cargo ship sank during a storm.
Interlake's Mark W. Barker is the first Great Lakes ship to be built by an American company since 1983.
The family-owned and operated Twin Ports business is poised to benefit from a rebuilt interchange and Blatnik Bridge, which no longer can accommodate oversize loads.
From the column: "The new regulations will drive up the cost to ship goods and slow the time it takes to get products to market — when Americans are reeling from the worst inflation in 40 years."

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The number of Duluthians who recall hearing the old foghorn is getting smaller and smaller with each passing year.
The 1,200-foot lock will take seven years to complete, giving the Soo Locks a second lock to accommodate the Great Lakes' largest vessels.
A slow start to the shipping campaign continued off pace, with officials highlighting cargo diversity that's been a saving grace.

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