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Web Extra: Duluth East

It's a good day to be a Duluth East Greyhound.  Students gathered to give a proper sendoff to the hockey players, and congratulate the Daredevils Robotics team and diver Miles Rohrbaugh.  We wanted to share some of the sights and sounds of Greyhound Pride with this web extra.

  • Web Extra: Hermantown Hawks Have School Spirit
 
  • Allegiant Suspends Flights from Duluth to Vegas
 
The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Alder breaks through ice in 2014.
  • Spring Ice Breaking Postponed in the Twin Ports
 
  • Ness Lays Out Plans for Downtown Library, St. Louis River Corridor


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Top Stories

  • Hermantown Competes in FIRST Robotics Regionals for Second Year

    Hermantown High School is competing in the FIRST Robotics Regional Competition for the second year in a row. The team was putting the final touches on their robot's wiring on Friday. "Hopefully it works," said the robot's 10th-grade driver.

  • High Schoolers Prepping for FIRST Robotics Regional Competition

    High school teams and their robots gathered at the DECC on Thursday to prepare for the FIRST Robotics Regional Competition starting Friday. The teams had to build machines that can stack totes on top of one another, adding a bin and a recycling can on top.

  • UMD Professor Getting National Recognition for Research

    Professor Byron Steinman is in his second semester at UMD, but he is already making a big impression. Steinman has been working over a year on the causes of climate change, and his recent work is getting published in Science Magazine. Furthermore, it is getting some national attention, including from U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.).

  • UMD Students Design 'Green' Snowmobile for International Competition

    A group of about 25 UMD students have been putting in nearly 30 hours a week designing an energy efficient snowmobile for the 16th annual Society of Automotive Engineers Clean Snowmobile Challenge, an international competition next week.

  • St. Scholastica Students Give Back During Spring Community Day

    St. Scholastica students spent their day off giving back to the Duluth Superior community Wednesday. 

  • Decision on Locomotive Move Delayed

    A western Wisconsin city has put off its decision on whether to buy a locomotive housed at the Depot in Duluth. On Tuesday night, the Eau Claire City Council tabled a vote on whether to buy the locomotive and move it to a park.

  • New Student-Designed Lounge Opens at UMD

    UMD held a ribbon cutting for the new-and-improved Ven Den Student Lounge on Tuesday. The university asked students to submit designs, and the winner got to see her vision brought to life. She cut the ribbon on Tuesday for the grand opening.

  • Proposed Waterfront Hotel Gets Final Go-Ahead, Developers Release New Designs

    While winter winds were blowing through the old abandoned buildings on the former LaFarge cement plant on Railroad Street last Friday, the winds of change blew in too. The Pier B Resort is a $29 million development which has been in the works for over four years. Last Friday, a group of 13 local investors, including Sandy Hoff and Clyde Iron developer Alessandro Giuliani, got word from bankers that they can start moving dirt -- instead of just blueprints.



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