abc
QUICK LINKS:

First Lakers Depart Duluth-Superior Harbor

Updated: 03/22/2014 10:12 PM
Created: 03/22/2014 1:08 PM WDIO.com

The 767-foot Cason J. Callaway was the first ship to leave the Duluth-Superior Harbor for the 2014 shipping season.

The Callaway passed under the Aerial Lift Bridge at about 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. The Presque Isle followed at about 8:00 p.m.

Duluth Seaway Port Authority Public Relations Manager Adele Yorde said the John G. Munson is scheduled for departure on Monday. Yorde said all three will be loading iron ore pellets in Two Harbors, where they will wait for the Mackinaw and two smaller Coast Guard cutters to intercept them and escort them to the Soo Locks.

Front Page

  • Wisconsin Governor Urges Early Propane Orders

    A propane shortage late last winter has Gov. Scott Walker urging residents with state heating assistance to file applications for help with propane costs so officials can use  applications to estimate customer benefits and lock in a better rate.

  • Trade Commission Imposes Duties on Foreign Steel

    A victory for the domestic steel industry on Friday, when the International Trade Commission imposed duties on foreign steel from six countries.

  • Blue Angels Practice For Weekend Air Show in Duluth

    It's breathtaking and maybe a little nerve racking to watch, but it's a typical day at the office for Lieutenant Commander John Hiltz. The Blue Angels went up for a practice run Thursday. They're in town for the Duluth Air Show that kicks off on Saturday.

  • Navy Divers Show Off Their Skills at Great Lakes Aquarium

    It may be time for the Duluth Air Show, but not all the action is up in the sky. Navy divers stopped by the Great Lakes Aquarium to dive with some local fish and show off their skills to the public. 

  • Northland Kids Hang Out With Navy Seals in Duluth

    Navy Seals were grounded Thursday, but they still entertained kids with the Boy and Girls Club. The eight-member parachute team was suppose to drop in at the Heritage Sports Center for a few hundred kids, but our weather changed the plans. Other fun was had for Navy Week Duluth.

 
Advertisement