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Twin Ports Community News

Streets, Medical District Top Duluth's 2019 Legislative Priorities


Council Approves Public Funding for Downtown Apartment Complex


Bentleyville Tourists Bring Big Money to Duluth

Essentia Health Donates AED to Local Church Following Duluth Man's Health Scare

Kids Meet Santa at 'Twas the Night Before Zoo-mas' Event

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Thousands of Wreaths Placed in Northern Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery


Duluthian's 20 Year Christmas Light Display Coming to an End


Last Saltie of Season to Leave Port Saturday

Duluth Police Department Introduces New Position to Fight Opioid Crisis

Local Brewery Joins California Wildfire Relief Effort

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Free Enrollment Help Offered Ahead of MNsure Deadline


U of M President Finalist Gabel Visits UMD for Public Forum


Ore Shipments Continue Catching Up after Slow Start


Special Viewing Hosted of Film Starring Marshall School and Students


DTA Electric Buses Temporarily Removed from Service for Software Updates
Former WDIO News Anchor Dennis Anderson Shirt is Kind to Trees of Hope
Name of Gary New Duluth Shooting Victim Released
Duluth Park Renamed to Honor Indigenous Heritage
UMD Engineering Students Test Out Autonomous Vehicles
Cloquet Goodwill Closing Dec. 22
Independent TV Festival Coming to Duluth
8-Year-Old Hermantown Boy Scout Spreads Holiday Cheer for Shoppers
CSS Students, Faculty Carol through Tower Hall
World War II Veterans Honored for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
'Imagine Canal Park' Feedback: Many Ideas Popular, But Not Traffic Changes
U of M President Finalist to Visit UMD Wednesday
Duluth Police Department Introduces New Position to Fight Opioid Crisis

Duluth Police Department Introduces New Position to Fight Opioid Crisis


Ore Shipments Continue Catching Up after Slow Start
Watchdog Finds Systematic Racism in Thunder Bay Police Service
Authorities Investigating Cloquet Man's Death in Isabella
Thunder Bay Officer Off Duty after Video Goes Viral
A staff member at Chappy's Golden Shores reacted to the long-term care facility temporarily losing its license, claiming that the state took action with no substantiated evidence.

'Like a Vendetta': Staff Reacts to Hill City Facility Losing License


Minnesota Keeps June 20 Cutoff for Using Weed Killer Dicamba
Minnesota Regulators Reject Latest Attempt to Stop Pipeline
Police: Puppies Weren't Actually Abandoned in Park
Minnesota Exports Continue Growth Trend in Third quarter
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