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Fair connects families with resources
11 hours 57 min ago
100 years old? Duluth wants you
10 hours 46 min ago
B-24J-55-CO. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
WWII flyer speaks about missions
12 hours 18 min ago

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Duluth Public Library events: credit scores and dolls
12 hours 10 min ago
Guest theologian comes to Duluth
10 hours 41 min ago
From a box of stories, a novel of loss and love on the rez
12 hours 26 min ago
A brass quintet from the Duluth Superior Symphony orchestra brass quintet played a mix of classical, jazz and popular music at the After Hours event. On the trumpets were Earl Salemink and Charles Leibfreid. Jim Pospisil played French horn, Steve Grove played tuba and Larry Zimmerman was on the trombone.
Back to fall and the "Nordic Life"
9 hours 22 min ago
This is an infant squirrel brought into Wildwoods in April after sustaining injuries from being carried around in a dog
Pets and wildlife can coexist
9 hours 26 min ago
How many festivals is too many festivals?
9 hours 29 min ago
Dispatches from the street
9 hours 32 min ago
Getting a grip on violence
9 hours 35 min ago
Duluth author takes a new look at motherhood
9 hours 40 min ago
A group of blackberries as seen recently on the bush. (Photos by Larry Weber)
Blackberries linger well into September
10 hours 37 min ago
Bringing candidate debates to Duluth
11 hours 47 min ago
Scandinavian fest is Sept. 27
9 hours 38 min ago

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The Spirit Valley Days Parade in 2013. (Submitted photo)

Christmas is coming early this year. In the 2014 Spirit Valley Days parade, a float from Bentleyville will make an appearance, with special guests Santa Claus and his reindeer. 

The ...

A side view of a firefly. Note the segments on the rear of the abdomen where the light is produced.

By the time we arrive at this date in July, anyone venturing outdoors in the Northland has had many encounters with insects. Shrugging off the very cold winter, most seemed ...

So there’s a super-huge collaboration coming up soon that’s going to make Duluthians sob harder than Provoidians who lost that Best Outdoor City thing because they were actually outdoors and ...