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Duluth, a port city in Minnesota, is the fourth largest city in the state. Duluth is located on the north side of Lake Superior and can reach the Atlantic Ocean through the other Great Lakes and the Erie Canal. The name Duluth comes from the first known European explorer in the area, Daniel Greaysolon Sieur du Lhut. Attractions include the Duluth Art Institute, the Tweed Museum of Art, The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra, and the Homegrown Music Festival. Held in May of each year the festival plays host to 130 local music acts.
Local Newspapers: Duluth News Tribune Duluth Budgeteer News
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Local Colleges: University of Minnesota - Duluth
Zip Codes associated with duluth, minnesota:
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Minnesota, Wisconsin Students Join National Gun Violence Walkout
Students at a Minneapolis high school joined their counterparts across Minnesota and around the country in a walkout to take a stand against gun violence. The walkout happened at 10 a.m. Wednesday and comes one month following the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.New Memory Cafe Seeks to Help Those Affected by Memory Loss
Age Well Arrowhead held it's inaugural Age Well Memory Cafe on Tuesday afternoon from 1:30-3:00 at Hope United Methodist Church in Duluth. It is a free event, and will be held moving forward at the same time and location on the second Tuesday of every month.Dayton appoints Quinn to Compensation Court of Appeals
Roel Wamelink , a videographer from the Netherlands, put together this short video of his recent visit to Lake Superior's North Shore. During my study in Minnesota, I went to Duluth with a couple of people for a weekend.Our View: Don't rush to demolish Mayowood 'gatehouse'
The Biermann House, also known as the Mayowood "gatehouse," from the south, looking toward the Mayowood bridge and dam. The house, minus the tower in front, dates from about 1865.Lawmakers in St. Paul to get - taste' of the Range
As Duluth and St. Louis County Days descends on St. Paul, the chance for local politicians and organizations to promote themselves to state lawmakers, a delegation of county leaders are traveling with a special gift for elected officials.Twin Ports' civil engineers grade region's infrastructure a - C' in inaugural report card
Congress should set aside more money for infrastructure improvements and spend less on wars, said U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan. The Duluth Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers released the 2018 Report Card for the Twin Ports Area's Infrastructure Monday, giving seven categories of infrastructure an overall grade of 'C.'Ursa Minor Brewing plans summer opening in Duluth
Duluth's West End neighborhood will soon be home to three breweries. Ursa Minor Brewing expects to open this summer, joining Lake Superior Brewing Company and Bent Paddle Brewing in the burgeoning Lincoln Park Craft District.Duluth and St. Louis County Brings a Voice to Northland at Capitol
The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with St. Louis County, the City of Duluth and several other key stakeholders to bring a voice to the Northland. The 21st Annual Duluth & St. Louis County at the Capitol Days events will be tomorrow, Tuesday, March 13th and Wednesday, March 14th in St. Paul.A measured approach to sustainability and other multi-criteria assessment
Pollesch, N. A measured approach to sustainability and other multi-criteria assessment. Twin Ports Freshwater Folk Monthly, Duluth, MN, March 07, 2018.With the Epa Awol, Minnesota cities prepare for climate change alone
With global temperatures rising and federal action evaporating, Minnesota cities are taking it upon themselves to cut emissions and prepare for a climate they weren't built for. Across the state, cities are readying themselves for the dangers of climate change and working to shrink their carbon footprints.2 suffer life-threatening injuries in crash
Two people in their 20s suffered life-threatening injuries when the car they were in collided with a semitrailer on Highway 2. Two people in their 20s suffered life-threatening injuries when the car they were in collided with a semitrailer on Highway 2. Kara Lee Smith, 28, Duluth, was driving a Lincoln Town Car west on Highway 2 in the wrong lane of traffic/shoulder area near the intersection with Pike Bay Loop Northwest. The Minnesota State Patrol reported Smith then corrected the vehicle back onto the highway and collided head-on with an eastbound semitrailer driven by William Joseph Black.PDD Quiz: Wild Weather
Even if we've exhausted every other topic of conversation, we always have the weather to fall back on. Weather in the Northland can be extreme, but how familiar are you with those extremes? Test your meteorological mettle with this week's quiz! The next PDD Quiz, reviewing March 2018 happenings, will be published on March 25. Email question suggestions to Alison Moffat at Question #3: In February of 2014, Duluth set a record for consecutive days during which the temperature dropped below zero.Noted experts to speak on foreign affairs
If you're wondering about the state of foreign affairs in this unusual political environment, you won't want to miss the upcoming presentations by Tom Hanson and Vladimir von Tsurikov, to be held in Tower and Ely, March 19 and 20. Tom Hanson is a longtime U.S. Foreign Service officer who now serves as Diplomat-in-Residence at the Alworth Institute ... (more)Duluth in running for ship commissioning
The U.S. Navy's newest combat vessel turns toward the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center after passing under the Aerial Lift Bridge On Oct. 23, 2003. The $531 million ship is part of the Navy's new "littoral combat ship" program.Essentia-Health Dismisses Three Executives, Continues With Expansion Plans
Essentia-Health has announced it has let go of three top executives. They include Jeff Korsmo, Tracy Miland, and Bob Brigham.Kingsbury Bay-Grassy Point Habitat Restoration Project: A Health Impact Assessment
Clarke, R., J. Hoffman, B. Majewski, J. Rhodus, AND K. Williams. Kingsbury Bay-Grassy Point Habitat Restoration Project: A Health Impact Assessment.
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