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St. Cloud Times
Your Turn: Enjoy it, but progress can't satisfy
The principal credit for Minnesota's terrific budget forecast belongs to the people of Minnesota.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Red Plan Debt Leads to Tax Levy Increase in Duluth
The Duluth School Board voted for a property tax levy increase on Tuesday to prevent Red Plan debt services from pulling more money from the district's general fund.
Flu shots being offered to uninsured residents in St. Louis County
Health officials say the flu season typically peaks in January or later, and it takes about two weeks after vaccination for a body to develop the antibodies needed to protect against the virus.
Nature Matters: reducing bird versus window deaths
Duluth, MN Firefighters often get teased about getting cats out of trees but last week in downtown Duluth, they had to rescue a long eared owl from an office building window.
Huntley Won't Seek Re-Election
Rep. Tom Huntley announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election to the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Senior Samaritan assaulted, robbed after offering ride
A senior citizen who gave a lift to a young mom and her two year old son became the victim of assault and robbery over the weekend.
ARI consolidates Duluth staff, finds room to grow at new site
Dec. 16 --When ARI Network Services , a Milwaukee -based website provider, bought most of bankrupt 50 Below's assets last year, its officials promised to keep its former competitor's operations in Duluth.
Bentleyville extending season through Jan. 4th
In case the cold weather has kept you from enjoying the Bentleyville "Tour of Lights" this year, organizers are giving you a few more days to come down to Bayfront Park in Duluth.
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Coldest December stretch in 41 years
After the past nine days, the warm-up for the early part of this week may make coats seem optional.
Sun Dec 15, 2013
The Modesto Bee
Minnesota news in brief at 7:58 p.m. CST
The Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis asked Catholics for forgiveness Sunday, saying he's sorry that he overlooked the issue of clergy sex abuse for too long instead of responding energetically.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Bowling for Air Force Families
Alley cats from all over the area competed in a tournament to benefit the 148th Fighter Wing.
They live in Oakdale, and they want to farm
Tucked between clusters of houses and an Oakdale nature preserve, there's a family with a small farm and big ideas.
He just couldn't throw the old photos out ...
The St. Louis County property manager was trying to clear out some old county "stuff" in a storage room at the Chris Jensen nursing home in Duluth a few years ago, when he ran into dusty plastic bags with old photos and photo albums inside.
St. Cloud Times
Guest column: Student's 'friends,' Duluth bear some responsibility, too
Apparently not everyone had a mom like mine who, after taking her children's friends home, insisted on sitting outside their houses until she was positive -- absolutely positive -- they had made it inside safely.
Son charged in killings of northwest Wis. couple
A 44-year-old man was charged Friday with killing his elderly parents in an attack in their apartment in a small northwestern Wisconsin community last weekend.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Clearing Snowbanks Out of Downtown Duluth
City crews moved mountains of snow just chopping down snowbanks at critical intersections on Friday.
Stand for Peace rallies in Duluth
People rallied in Duluth on Friday for three people who are in jail for what the government believes was an act of terrorism.
'Have a Heart, Help a Neighbor' Fundraiser Fights Hunger with Record Donations
Long before the sun was up Friday morning WDIO/WIRT's Good Morning Northland crew was out at the First Untied Methodist Church in Duluth for the 10th annual "Have a Heart, Help a Neighbor" fundraiser.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Duluth bands pay tribute to Low
The concert was organized by Sacred Heart Music center to raise money for the Music Resource Center in the Duluth Armory.
Weather outside is frightful; Brave ringers would be delightful
Salvation Army officials are asking deer hunters, snowmobilers, skiers, skaters, snowboarders and any other winter enthusiasts to help ring the bell in these frigid temperatures.