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Public File Reports
Governor Mark Dayton's $1.5 billion public works bill includes $100 million for northeastern Minnesota projects. It is the first in a series of steps needed to deliver bonding money for local and state projects.
Jones, the NFC's top receiver in fan voting, caught 88 passes in the regular season. He battled an ankle injury late in the season.
Members of the "Imagine Duluth 2035" Initiative are working with local businesses to host a new, creative event aimed at attracting both visitors and residents.