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After a rocky start, representatives pointed to growing tourism tax revenues and increased hotel stays.
The historic mansion has been adorned inside and out for the holiday season, in the spirit of its founding family.
Santa isn't the only one keeping an eye on visitors during Duluth's Tour of Lights. Donated security services will increase surveillance for the event's newly expanded retail space.
Hills and resorts are packing on the snow in preparation for the upcoming winter recreational season.
Timberlake Lodge has become the site of an annual pilgrimage for Minnesotans who are on the trail of Sasquatch. Numbering in the hundreds, Minnesota Bigfoot Conference attendees are convinced that giant bipeds are afoot in the Northland, just out of sight.
Digital producer Wyatt Buckner explored the Lutsen Mountains to see the fall colors.

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The Duluth Planning Commission acknowledged a proposed hotel is a permitted use for the property in question.
City councilors decided to dip into a contingency fund so as to spend more money on a skatepark, a scenic railroad and a Clean and Safe Team for Lincoln Park.
“I don’t know if we’d want to do it again,” said Cuyuna Cove co-founder Kelsey Braun. "It tested us.”

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