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Police Investigate Death in Downtown Duluth

A Duluth Police spokesperson says the department is investigating the death of a man whose body was found in downtown Duluth. The body was found in the area of The Depot on Friday morning.

 

  • UMD Students Rally Support for Sustainable Ag Farm Amid Possible Budget Cuts
 
Sonja Wildwood holds group therapy sessions around a round table adjacent to her office in the Washington Center.
  • Washington Center Launches Full-Time Mental Health Services
 
  • Four Arrested in Hermantown Drive-by Shooting
 
  • Bikes Bash Comes to Duluth


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Top Stories

  • Lincoln Park Middle Schoolers Get Up-Close with Farm to Food Cycle

    As schools across the nation are turning to healthier school lunch options, Duluth studentsl found out what it takes to grow that local and sustainable food. Buses unloaded about 200 Lincoln Park Middle Schoolers on Thursday at UMD's Sustainable Agriculture Farm for a class field trip. 

  • Duluth 2035: Community Gives Input on City's Future

    What will Duluth be like in 20 years? Dozens came to Denfeld High School Wednesday to give their input and answers at the city's comprehensive plan kickoff event.

  • Offers for Duluth Schools Raising Questions

    The Duluth School Board has received several offers on its vacant properties, but since they came from another school, they were turned down once again.

  • With the Groceries-to-Go program, seniors will have personally ordered food delivered right to their kitchen. Age Well Arrowhead Launches Groceries-to-Go

    Age Well Arrowhead, a Duluth nonprofit that works to help seniors live independently as long as possible, launched a new Groceries-to-Go program Wednesday. Volunteers will take orders and deliver groceries right to qualified folks' front doors. 

  • Forestry Field Day Teaches Duluth Students Lessons from Nature

    For most every Duluth fifth grader, classrooms on Tuesday were quite different, as eight hundred of them, their teachers, and volunteers too took their lessons from nature. Rotating through stations at Chester and Lester Park, Spirit Mountain Recreation Area as well as Hermantown's Keene Creek Park, students participated in the annual Forestry Field Day. 

  • Duluth's Kenwood Avenue will be closed at the intersection with Arrowhead Road beginning Wednesday. Part of Duluth's Kenwood Ave. Set to Close Wednesday

    Part of a major Duluth road is set to be closed beginning Wednesday. Kenwood Avenue will be closed at Arrowhead Road to make changes to the intersection. 

  • A couple residents flatten the dough for homemade dog treats. Viewcrest Residents Make Dog Treats for Visitors

    Residents of the Viewcrest Health Center were busy Tuesday afternoon making homemade dog treats for their furriest visitors. 

  • Glensheen Gardens Produce a Bounty for Food Bank

    Many visitors may not realize it, but the gardens at Glensheen Mansion have produced 13,000 pounds of produce over the past decade for Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank, which distributes the bounty to food shelves and soup kitchens.



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