Mary Francis-Bennett isn't Cinderella. She's more like the fairy godmother. She took a hurdle from when she was growing up and is making sure no other girls have the same experience.
More than a hundred people had small group discussions and listened to speakers about what direction the Catholic schools in the Diocese of Duluth should go in the future. It was an opportunity for parents, teachers, staff and parishioners to give input on the mission, vision, values and goals that should be considered when planning an educational model.
More than 150 people took a few hours out of their Saturday mornings to walk and celebrate recovery from addiction.
A one vehicle crash left the driver dead on the scene early Saturday morning.
The Lost Forty Project discovered 47 songs recorded in 1924 that had been forgotten. They are now archived at The Minnesota Folsong Collection, created by the founders of the project.
After spending a year away from civilization in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, Dave and Amy Freeman returned back to civilization. They embarked on the trip to campaign for permanent protection against proposed sulfide-ore mining in the area.
It's the time of year Bentleyville organizers start asking for volunteers to set up the giant light display in Bayfront Park. This year, it will be even more giant. Nathan Bentley announced an additional 600 feet of tunnels and $120,000 worth of new displays Friday morning.
William James Holisky received a 30-year prison sentence for the murder of Lisa Isham in May of 2015. Judge Mark Munger said it was one of the most brutal murders he has dealt with in his 18 years on the bench.
Duluthians can expect an increase in their electric bill after a vote by the Duluth City Council Thursday night. For the average residential customer, that means an increase of approximately $1.50 per month.