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USS Duluth to be Honored at New Memorial Site

Construction began Monday on a new memorial site that will play host to the USS Duluth's anchor come August. 

  • Christian Bikers Ride to Feed Starving Children
 
  • Third Annual All Pints North Summer Brew Fest
 
  • Cider House Opens in Historic Duluth Building
 
  • Dept. of Health Warns of E. Coli Levels at Lake Superior Beaches


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  • Duluth City Council Gives Final Approval for Tourism Tax

    The Duluth City Council cleared its final political hurdle to reinstate a half-percent 'tourism tax' on Monday night. The unanimously approved measure imposes the tax on hotel and motel stays, along with food and beverage purchases at bars and restaurants.

  • Central Little League Duluth End of Year Celebration

    Central Little League Duluth had their end of the year party Sunday. The president of the league, Eric Witzman, said they haven't done it for a few years, so it was good to bring it back and celebrate the kids hard work throughout the season.

  • Fundraiser Supports The Duluth-Superior Pride Festival

    Duluth-Superior Pride was rocking the boat Saturday night for their 10th annual fundraiser. The event was held at the S. S. Meteor in Superior. Folks were grilling food as music played. There was also live and silent auctions.

  • Duluth Woodworkers Building Beds of Hope

    The Steve O'Neil Apartments in Duluth should be ready to serve homeless families by the end of the year, and a group of woodworkers is putting a lot of sweat into crafting beds to make it feel like home.

  • Armory Arts and Music Center Gets a Facelift

    The Armory Arts and Music Center got some updated walls as 15 volunteers cleaned up old bricks and replaced the damaged ones. Some of these bricks are nearly 100 years old, and once they were cleaned, they went right back on the building.

  • Lake Avenue Loafers Help Hermantown Students

    The Lake Avenue Loafers is a club of laid-back gentlemen who are raising money to send a Hermantown student to college.

  • Fitger's is Only Minnesota Brewery Invited to West Coast Festival

    The Oregon Brewers Festival is one of the nation's longest running craft beer festivals. The festival, which draws in 80,000 visitors each year, is invite only. Eighty-eight breweries will each bring one beer to pour for the 5-day festival.

  • Twin Cities High Schoolers 'Discover Duluth'

    A group of high school seniors was in town for the College of St. Scholastica's "Discover Duluth" program on Thursday. The three-day trip allows teens to get a glimpse of Duluth and college life. It is geared toward first-generation college students, and other students who face barriers to higher education.



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