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Company Says Wrong Materials Used on Duluth School District Playgrounds
Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Receives Grant
Korean Delegation Learns about Duluth Model
Duluth's Lake Superior Zoo Hosts Boo at the Zoo
Bowling Tournament Raises Money for Susan G. Komen
Lincoln Park Neighborhood to Host 2nd Annual Open House
Extended Weather Forecast
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Hurricane Ophelia Meandering in the Atlantic
EPA Chief says Administration to Roll Back Climate Plan
Beyond the Gridiron: Evergreens Headed to WIAA Jamboree
Shootouts in Soccer as Duluth Marshall Boy's and Cloquet-Carlton Girl's Advance to Section Semis
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Duluth East Boy's Soccer Advances to State
Packers Sign QB Evans to Practice Squad After Rodgers Hurt
Pumpkin Patch Express Offers Fall Family Fun
Celebrating 100+ Years of Life
March of Dimes Hosting Tasty Fundraiser
Soup and Civility Exploring Duluth's East-West Concerns
Northland Idol Winner to Audition for American Idol Executive's
How Jason Ritter Makes You Want Him to Save the World on TV
Jennifer Lawrence Reflects on Harassment in Early Career
'Happy Death Day' Scares Off 'Blade Runner' at Box Office
Motion Picture Academy Expels Harvey Weinstein
Bruno Mars Leads American Music Awards Nominations
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Public File Reports
A Twin Cities attorney says the wrong type of mulch has been used on Duluth School District playgrounds.
The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior received a grant on Tuesday to help fund three local projects.
The Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has reached a deal to allow two Enbridge Energy oil pipelines to remain on reservation land.
Gov. Mark Dayton says the state will make a modest bid for online retailer Amazon's second headquarters, which could eventually employ 50,000 people.