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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.

Population: 84397
Local Newspapers: Duluth News Tribune Duluth Budgeteer News
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Local Colleges: University of Minnesota - Duluth

Zip Codes associated with duluth, minnesota: 55701 55802 55803 55804 55805 55806 55807 55810 55811 55812
Towns/Cities near duluth, minnesota : Arnold Grand Lake Hermantown Proctor Cloquet Superior WI

Duluth News
Fuchihara joins Johnson, Killen & Seiler

Fuchihara has been a practicing attorney in Duluth since 2014, focusing on litigation. Before that, he practiced in Thunder Bay, his hometown.

Lake Superior's waves take hefty toll on Duluth shoreline

The Oct. 10 storm that whipped up a frenzy of waves on Lake Superior and battered the city's shoreline inflicted an estimated $18.4 million in damage, according to a city statement. The wreckage included tourist-popular spots such as the Lakewalk Trail from the canal to Leif Erikson Park, a section of seawall by the Minnesota Slip Bridge, the sidewalk behind the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center and Brighton Beach, as well as other areas, including the Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad rail line.

Eugene Robinson: Trump's relentless lying threatens our democracy

President Trump's constant, relentless, remorseless lying is a central feature of his presidency, an unprecedented threat to our democracy and - in my view - an impeachable offense. I realize it does not qualify as news that Trump lies all the time.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 2 Recap

In last week's Supernatural Season 14 premiere, Sam had his hands full trying to find his brother, leading the hunters from the Apocalypse World, trying to help Jack, saving Castiel, and declaring that there will be no new King of Hell while once again forced to bury his own trauma with Lucifer's former vessel, Nick, alive and well and also living in the bunker. Michael, still in control of Dean's body, was on the loose for weeks, putting his plan into motion to take over our world.

Memory Keepers assembles dementia, diabetes researchers in Duluth

A fire is kept burning at the Memory Keepers Discovery Team facility as a constant reminder of traditional American Indian values, and the hope in discoveries that will better the lives of Minnesotans. "Back home, we build a fire for gatherings with the belief that virtually everything comes from the sun, so a fire is like bringing a little piece of sun to where you are so the power from it radiates into the special occasion.

Sen. Tina Smith Discusses Duluth Housing Needs with Local Experts

At the round table that took place at Ecolibrium 3, the group discussed housing shortages in Duluth and how that affects the community's health, education, and local business growth. Another topic mentioned was affordable and quality housing in Duluth.

City Celebrates Completion of DWP Trail and Bridge

Two critical pieces of infrastructure in Duluth's Smithville neighborhood have been in serious need of repairs. Thanks to several grants and city funds they got them, and the city officials celebrated the project's completion Friday afternoon.

A cover with 55 Marshall stamps: Inside Linn's

This oversize registered bank cover, mailed in April 1935, bears 55 United States 1917 $5 John Marshall definitive stamps. The largest multiple, a block of 12, is affixed to the left of the $1.31 postage meter label at top right.

As BWCA turns 40, question remains: How much wilderness to protect?

The federal government had set aside the web of lakes and streams in northeastern Minnesota, along the Canadian border, as wilderness in 1964. But conservationists argued it was wilderness in name only, because motorized boats, snowmobiles and logging were still allowed in much of it.

The Entrepreneur Fund awarded Wells Fargo grant for women-owned businesses

The Entrepreneur Fund was recently awarded a grant from Wells Fargo for $12,000 to assist in continuing to expand small business development services in the region. The grant, which is intended to support programs that provide aspiring entrepreneurs with business consulting services and/or access to capital, will be used to fund the Women's Business Alliance programming in the coming year.

In two House races, a map of rural-suburban divides, and a changing political landscape

"I grew up pretty poor. We were taught you're a Democrat if you're poor - you have to be because that's who's got your interest in mind," says Denne, on a blustery cold afternoon in this far north mining city of 8,700.

Duluth CAO Noah Schuchman Officially Introduced

Noah Schuchman is currently the Director of Regulatory Services for the City of Minneapolis, and he will be making the move to Duluth in November. "I think government, when it works well, is done with an eye on people," Schuchman said.

Byron York: Key GOP pickups could keep control of House

It's been noted a million times that Democrats need to pick up 23 seats to take control of the House of Representatives in next month's midterm elections. Nearly all analysis has focused on how many seats Republicans might lose.

Mesaba Avenue Construction Reaches Final Phase

Construction workers are wrapping up the last phase of the Mesaba Avenue construction, which is set to end within the next two weeks. Pavement repairs, bridge painting, and sidewalk improvements are the finishing touches of the almost six month construction project that affected commuters.

Vehicle Crash Causes Power Outage in West Duluth

The crash happened around 10:00 am at Grand Avenue and North 34th Avenue West, in front of Stadium Storage and Pawn Shop. The vehicle crashed into a telephone pole and rolled.

Differing Viewpoints on Duluth Education Levy Referendum

The midterm elections are now under a month away, and while we know there will be ramifications in Washington, there will also be questions on Duluth ballots that could affect the future of public schools. On the ballot there will be a couple of questions aimed at a proposal to increase education funding in Duluth.

City announces new CAO

He has broad municipal and leadership experienced with the city of Minneapolis for the past 15 years, most recently as director of regulatory services, according to a news release from Duluth Mayor Emily Larson. Schuchman managed a department of nearly 200 staff with complicated budgets and several lines of city business.

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