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  • "Walk a Mile in Our Shoes" Raises Money for Steps Center

    We all know that getting enough exercise is an important factor in staying healthy, but on Saturday, the annual "Walk a Mile In Our Shoes" event also raised thousands of dollars for the Steps Center.

  • Winds Keep Hot Air Balloons Down... Again.

    Kites and hot air balloons were in Bayfront Festival Park on Saturday, but unfortunately, that wind grounded the balloons for a second year in a row. They're hoping to try for another balloon launch on Sunday.

  • 30th Annual Chester Bowl Fall Fest

    It's officially the last weekend of summer, and as usual, Chester Bowl is kicking off the fall season with its annual fall festival. For 30 years, families have been gathering at Chester Bowl Park for the occasion. More than one hundred vendors set up for the annual festival, and the stage featured live music all day.

  • A Special Feat for a Very Special Athlete: Superior Man Earns Black Belt

    Brandon Moe has been training in Karate Taekwondo since he was a little boy. Saturday, he went for his first degree black belt, a proud moment for his mother who said complications at his birth didn't guarantee he'd be here today.  

  • 1,000-foot Laker Freed After Being Stuck near Bayfront Park

    A laker ran aground near Bayfront Park in Duluth. Right before 4 p.m., the 1,000-foot laker got stuck right near shore. The laker was finally freed, with the help of two tug boats, at around 7 p.m.

 
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