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He is the fourth candidate vying for the seat in the West Duluth district.
A study conducted last year estimated Duluth will need an additional 3,800 affordable units over the next decade.
Race organizers ruled out the idea of postponing the races due to the enormous challenge of planning and preparing for the event.
Coronavirus has flipped the service industry on its head, but here are some local spots still operating.
The retailer's site selector said project bids in the city "far exceeded" those elsewhere in the Midwest.
John Magas, currently an associate superintendent in Green Bay, wants to hone in on "opportunity gaps."
John Magas beat out two Minnesota candidates for the school district's top job.
Judge, food industry folks organize lunch delivery to health care workers.
Governor's order stirs confusion in border community.
Researchers look at alternatives to chloride to treat icy roads in effort to protect Lake Superior.
The group is among several restaurants closing up shop until the state gives green light to open.
The ski area will end its season Sunday, more than a month early.
While the attraction is closed to the public, Scoops and Snacks got time to roam free.
The potentially devastating consequences of COVID-19 on the nearly 570,000 Americans without a place to live are starting to raise alarms.
The move allows the city to request and coordinate aid.
Closing of taprooms, loss of other outlets put them in serious financial bind.
Duluth Marshall players, denied a shot at a state title, return to a heroes' welcome regardless.
Hockey playoffs and two conventions have been shut down, but desire by some to stay closer to home could mitigate the effects.
Beth Olson, who is not seeking re-election in the fall, said Grimm will bring "needed perspective" to the board.
Businesses will be open, but visitors won't have access to the shoreline during this $15 million phase of reconstructing the Lakewalk.
Lulu's Pizza hopes to conquer the historically tough downtown market.
Lawmakers propose raising production cap, but small brewers object.
Craft cocktails and craft beers are on the menu at the Boreal House.
Gunnar Johnson, the city's second-highest paid employee, was suspended for "a human resources issue."
Christine Gradl Seitz, who oversaw the restoration of the NorShor Theatre downtown, will retire from her leadership role at Duluth Playhouse.
Beth Olson, who was elected in 2016, plans to return to the nonprofit sector.
Even at $24 an hour, a tight labor market and tourism season create challenges.
Waiting list for short-term rental licenses grows as the city tries to adapt to the sharing economy and increased tourism.
Preservationists pooled together $50,000 for a bond that protects the properties while litigation continues.
Officials say more options need to be evaluated.
Nothing legally prevents the city from tearing down the properties that once housed the Kozy Bar.
Unless defendants post a bond, demolition could legally happen soon.
Though growth is slowing down, the industry remains a strong driver of the city's economy.
As police officially unveiled the policy Monday, some fear that gear could be misused.
After years of hardship, circus animal spent final months in Minnesota.
Another new drinking spot opens up in the up-and-coming Lincoln Park craft district.
The school board rejected a $14.2 million offer four years ago, and now can't sell it for $7.9 million.
A citizen board helped set the protocol after the controversial purchase of new gear.
The school board voted to put Historic Old Central High School on the market.
Concerns about issues ranging from long bus rides to a lack of equity between schools spurs parents to speak out.
A judge granted a stay preventing the city from demolishing the Pastoret Terrace property while an appeal is ongoing.
"I'd be hearing about it forever," Duluth-Superior Vikings fans say of having Green Bay in the Super Bowl.
"Hurricane-style" storms on Lake Superior have prompted city officials to look for solutions that last.
City officials want to make the bonding request Duluth's top legislative priority in 2020 following three consecutive years of severe storms that battered beaches and the popular Lakewalk trai.
The audience applauded as the resolution passed during an unruly meeting filled with jeers, shouts and accusations among the more than 150 people — most of them opposed to allowing refugees — packing the county chambers.
Mayor cites "tremendous" progress, starts 2nd term.
Officials say policy of one digital copy in first eight weeks hampers readers.
Five years ago this month, Minnesota Duluth women's hockey coach Shannon Miller was called to her boss's office. But it wasn't for the reason that she was expecting.
DULUTH – Remember the beginning of the decade, when hitching a ride meant sticking out your thumb by the side of the road instead…
Shannon Miller, who filed suit against her employer in 2015 after the university declined to renew her contract, will receive $2.1 million, and her attorneys will receive $2.4 million.
Brett Stimac sawed off the animal's head, paws and 71 pounds of meat, charges said.
The ordinance makes Duluth the second Minnesota city to prohibit the practice.
Ness is helping students navigate the local civics scene.
The Noble Pour opens Sunday in the city's burgeoning Lincoln Park craft district.
City will build on its work to end rape kits backlog.
The City Council could vote on the ordinance as soon as Dec. 16.
Paul Sirba, who died unexpectedly Sunday at 59, was remembered for his compassion and dedication.
The Duluth display, which is up against events in California and Texas, is competing for a $50,000 prize.
Duluth assisted-living facility neglected resident in sexual assault case, state investigators found
The facility said it is disputing several of the report's findings.
Women's hockey coach Shannon Miller, softball coach Jen Banford and women's basketball coach Annette Wiles have alleged discrimination based on gender and sexual orientation, among other allegations.
After the two-day winter storm, locals swap stories of sticky travel situations and good Samaritans.
Last month, a jury dismissed claims that the 27-year-old acted in self-defense.
The city is following the lead of several others across the country that have imposed similar fees or banned plastic bags altogether. Minneapolis' fee, which takes effect Jan. 1, applies to paper and plastic bags.
It's believed to be the largest bust of the potent drug in Minnesota this year.
A tight-knit group of volunteers puts on the show for hundreds of thousands.
Lana, a 15-year-old Amur tiger, was a friendly feline and zoo favorite for many.
Local governments are weighing how to get the most from the drug companies they blame for causing the epidemic.
Police are investigating the incident and seeking surveillance footage.
In northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin, resorts and ski areas say chilly temperatures mean prime snow-making.
Tourism tax dollars could help fund docking stations along Duluth's lakefront.
Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan and housing officials meet residents of affordable apartments.
The third run proved to be the charm for West Duluth's Janet Kennedy.
Duluthians also elected a slate of other officials, voting to fill five seats on the City Council and three on the school board.
The newcomer and two incumbents won elections Tuesday.