Dexter Stars In Scary Film For Bucket List Wish
Mackay, UMD Edge MSU-Mankato in OT in Opening Round of NCAA West Regional
Top Curlers Battle It Out To Combat Childhood Hunger
Local Shelters Raise Awareness of Adoption on National Puppy Day
Thousands to Gather in Washington, Demanding Gun Control
NSA Deputy Chief Talks Cybersecurity at Lake Superior College
Harlem Globetrotter Teaches Local Students About Bullying Prevention
Speed Racer "Mach 5" to Debut at Motorhead Madness
Harlem Globetrotters Hit Duluth as Part of World Tour
Extended Weather Forecast
Severe Weather Awareness Week Set in Wisconsin
Winter Arctic Sea Ice Again Grew Far Less than Normal
Snow Science: Crystal Clues to Climate Change, Watersheds
Wolves Beat Knicks, Clinch First Winning Record Since 2005
North Woods Advances to Second Straight Class A Title Game
Bulldogs Spring Football Practice Focused on Developing Players and Leaders
Sano Won't Be Suspended by MLB After Assault Accusation
Local Arts Fair In Duluth Saturday
Motorhead Madness Celebrating 50 Years
Animal Allies: Tetra
Bill Aims to Limit Camera Use in Minnesota Courts
Weather Channel Sold to Independent Studio, Distributor
'Roseanne' Revival Aims to Keep It Real, Trump Included
Lake Superior Community Theatre Putting on Production of 'Fences'
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Public File Reports
11-year-old Dexter Ojeda was able to cross one more thing off his bucket list by starring in a scary movie. The movie premiere was held at UMD's Marshall Performing Arts Center.
It was the third meeting of the season between the Bulldogs and Mavericks. Each had won one during the regular season.
Folks looking for local items made from natural materials should head to the Peace United Church of Christ in Duluth this weekend.