Twin Ports Community News

Ness' proposed trail route is seen on the top of the map

Mayor Ness Pitches New Cross-City Trail Route to Councilors

The route of a controversial cross-city trail in Duluth could be changing. Mayor Don Ness presented a new proposal to councilors at City Hall Monday night in a committee of the whole meeting.

  • Electric Fetus Parties for International Record Store Day
  • Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
  • Earth Day Event Teaches Kids To Protect the Wilderness
  • Lake Superior Zoo Hosts Easter Eggstravaganza

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  • A WDIO photographer found this solitary ice angler on the big lake last Wednesday. Conservation Officer Report: Winter Fades Out

    Minnseota DNR Conservation Officers report snowmobiling and ice fishing are winding down in the Northland, while ATV'ing is picking up in many areas.

  • Tapping Tourism with Craft Beer

    Tourists will soon flock tot he Northland, but scenic stops aren't the only thing drawing them. Craft beers have become a main attraction and brewers in the Twin Ports said there is still room to grow at an industry panel on Sunday.

  • Concert Celebrates Books and Music

    A free concert on Sunday featured only music that related thematically to the book "The Cellist of Sarajevo." The novel was chosen this year to be the selected book for One Book, One Community.

  • Community Gives Back to Volunteers in Need

    Taire and Randy Suliin have been steadfast volunteers for years. After Taire was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, the Duluth community rallied to give back by putting on a benefit to raise funds for their medical expenses.

  • Creating Bee-utiful Landscapes for Pollinators

    Homeowners and gardeners learned how to create landscapes that attract bees on Saturday. This year, the annual Spring Gardening Extravaganza is focusing on improving the habitat for bees and other pollinators.

  • Kids Learn Archery, Tomahawk Throwing

    The Duluth Heritage Sports Center and Kicking Bear Adventure Camp teamed up to put on a 3D Archery Shoot on Saturday. Kids and adults of all ages got a chance to learn archery and tomahawk throwing.

  • 3 Boy Scout Volunteers Receive Highest Award

    The Silver Beaver Award is the highest honor the Voyageurs Area Council can give to Boy Scouts of America volunteers. On Saturday, they awarded it to three people in the Northland: Dena Cyr, Jack Burklund and Todd Johnson.

  • After Months of Speculation and Flood Repairs, Duluth's Radisson Hotel Sold

    After months of speculation and $3 million in flood repairs, downtown Duluth's Radisson hotel has been sold. Known for it's revolving restaurant, J.J. Astor, the Radisson had to close for several weeks in August 2013 when flooding damaged much of the lower floor of the property.