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Duluth Mayor Don Ness put on his hiking shoes on Thursday to lead a walk along the Lake Superior Hiking Trail.
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Political activities at the Minnesota State Fair got off to a contentious start Thursday as the Republican Party evicted its endorsed candidate for state Supreme Court justice from its booth, and Gov. Mark Dayton took a bucket of ice water dumped on his head.
The iconic Duluth restaurant opened in 1888 as the Old Saloon within Fitger's Brewery Company, but it has operated at its current location since 1914, surviving the Great Depression and changing ownership only a few times.
A new Duluth task force may soon be created to examine the best options to connect the Lakewalk between 19th Avenue East and 25th Avenue East.
Duluth City Councilors met behind closed doors Thursday evening to discuss the idea of a city run casino to pay for street improvements.
Updated: 08/21/2014 5:18 PM Created: 08/21/2014 5:14 PM WDIO.com By: Laurie Stribling email@example.com The eight-member parachute team was suppose to drop in at the Heritage Sports Center for a few hundred kids, but our weather changed the plans.
Sammy's Pizza gathered employees from multiple locations in front of its downtown Duluth store in the afternoon.
Federal authorities are proposing to seize more than $6.5 million in money and property from the owner of a now-closed Minnesota head shop and his girlfriend.
Thousands of quilters are once again in town for the American Quilters Society's QuiltWeek at DeVos Place, 303 Monroe Ave. NW , from Aug. 20-23.
The Institute for Clinical Systems and Minnesota's Sixth Judicial District are implementing a unique approach to reduce risky substance use among drivers.
A new survey ranking the most livable cities in the country placed Duluth, Minnesota at the very top of the list.
Tavern on the Hill, the Twin Ports' newest and most unique restaurant, expects to raise thousands of dollars Thursday for children's services at a 'sneak peek' opening where patrons will get their first look inside Duluth's newest restaurant.
About 97 percent of scientists agree that humans are causing climate change, according to a just released climate plan from Minnesota's Environmental Quality Board.
The suspected drug dealer, who led police on a wild chase over the Blatnik Bridge in late July, was in court today to face charges of fleeing police.
PHOTO: LSC President Patrick Johns uses an angle grinder to cut a metal ribbon in a slight departure from a standard ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 09:50 am
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