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  • Commercial Drones Clear for Takeoff Thanks to New FAA Regulations

    Monday marked a watershed moment for the aviation industry. The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) new rule, known as Part 107, took effect, which lifted many expensive and time-consuming requirements for commercial industries.

  • Alyza Bohbot, founder of City Girl Coffee, met one of her Guatemalan growers at a conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Duluth-Roasted Coffee Supports Global Network of Women

    A Duluth native started her own coffee brand, City Girl Coffee, about a year ago. It's mission is not only to provide fresh, locally roasted coffee beans, but also to support and lift up women in the coffee industry around the world. 

  • Grants Go to Narrow the Opportunity Gap

    The grants from the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation are going to nine non-profits and one government agency, and are aimed at helping families and children in poverty.

  • Thousands of pounds of debris and rubble crashed through the roof of the seventh floor at the Board of Trade building during the July 21 storm. Board of Trade Tenants Beginning to Return

    Tenants of the Board of Trade building on 1st Street are beginning to return to their offices. The building manager said about 75 percent of its occupants have already returned, and the rest are expected to be in place by the end of September. 

  • Fire Burns Well-Known Hibbing Sports Bar

    Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire that burned a well-known sports bar and restaurant in downtown Hibbing on Monday morning. The report of the fire at the Brickyard came in at about 5 a.m.