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The Memo: What to know in business this week for July 24
2 hours 52 min ago
Beth Canete stands inside her business, Nanay's Kitchen, last week in Duluth. She offers catering services and a takeout buffet on Fridays and Saturdays. Mike Krebs / mkrebs@duluthnews.com
A taste of home: Nanay's Kitchen brings Filipino flavors to Rice Lake Road
3 hours 2 min ago
Frustrating time to be a home buyer in Duluth area: Strong seller's market continues this spring and summer
3 hours 7 min ago
Students walk home along a new path after school at Lincoln Park Middle School in Duluth in 2012. The Duluth Transit Authority will be testing a bus route to the school this August. (File / News Tribune)
New DTA bus route connects families to Lincoln Park Middle School
3 hours 52 min ago
Reader's View: Shaming can get potholes fixed
7 hours 43 min ago
Matthew Dressel introduces himself in the conference room at Zeitgeist Arts Cafe. Dressel is the organizer of the Duluth Film Collective. “My goal was, we’ll bring film lovers and filmmakers together,” he said. Mike Krebs / mkrebs@duluthnews.com
Duluth Film Collective creates community, aids collaboration among local movie lovers, filmmakers
18 hours 52 min ago
July 22, 2017
Mike Wise (left) and Bobby Fischer (right) use ground-penetrating radar under the supervision of Dave Maki on July 14 on West Third Street in Duluth. GPR is one of the non-intrusive archaeological methods being used to determine the boundaries of Indian burial grounds. Mike Krebs / mkrebs@duluthnews.com
Treading lightly: Non-intrusive methods used to chart Ojibwe burial grounds
July 22, 2017 - 8:00pm
Jake Boyce (foreground), one of Day Tripper of Duluth's founders, paddles on Lake Superior with Mike and Katelynn Buchanan of North Vernon, Ind., on Wednesday, beneath the rock cliff dominated by Split Rock Lighthouse. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
Sharing Duluth's outdoor adventures: Tour companies offer visitors guided experiences on trails and on the water
July 22, 2017 - 3:03pm
Elizabeth Vaughn (center) leads a sunset kayak tour past the Aerial Lift Bridge on July 8 in Duluth. Vaughn works for the Duluth Experience, which offers a variety of kayak tours. Mike Krebs / mkrebs@duluthnews.com
A night on the town, and on the water: Kayakers ply the waters of Duluth-Superior harbor
July 22, 2017 - 2:38pm
Clockwise from left: Lars Wilmot, 8, of Two Harbors; Drayce Gelineau, 9, of Duluth, and Sophia Wilmot, 10, of Two Harbors; and Monroe Gelineau, 4, play on a homemade airplane at the home of Claudia and Owen Christensen north of Duluth. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
At Rice Lake home, play runs in the family
July 22, 2017 - 7:39am
July 21, 2017
Sherry Holten, who worked as the secretary at Homecroft Elementary School for 41 years, wipes away a tear as she recalls memories of her experiences in the job. Holten gave notice at the end of June and said she looks forward to her new freedom. Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com
'Sherry the Secretary' Holten retires from Homecroft Elementary after 41 years
July 21, 2017 - 11:13pm
Jayne Iverson stands in front of her Rice Lake home earlier this week, holding a picture of the scene a year ago after strong winds dropped trees onto the building. Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com
2016 storm's scars run deep for Rice Lake couple whose property suffered major damage
July 21, 2017 - 11:09pm
This image from radar Thursday afternoon shows a plume of some kind extending from near the Iron Range toward Duluth. Lake Superior is at right. The photo is labeled "Possible Smoke Plume," but the National Weather Service says the radar blip may have been a large swarm of insects. (NWS image)
Odd phenomenon on weather radar near Duluth may have been bugs
July 21, 2017 - 11:06pm
Kenneth Jay Gordon
Duluth police searching for missing man
July 21, 2017 - 4:50pm
Superior-bound lanes of Bong Bridge reopened to traffic
July 21, 2017 - 3:23pm
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