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Second judge rules against latest travel ban, saying Trump's own words show it was aimed at Muslims
Central Minnesota farm worker faces possible deportation to Guatemala
Minnesota offers gimmick-free Amazon pitch
BCA investigating officer-involved shooting at St. Cloud home
Cross Country: Tigers sweep conference titles
Volleyball: Cougars add three wins
Volleyball: Tigers capture West Central Conference title
Football: MacMurray remains undefeated at UM-Morris
Sports Schedule for Wednesday, Oct. 18
Thomas L. Hoffman
Phillip J. Koehntop
Harvey S. Flaten
Phyllis R. Harstad
Dorothy "Dort" Minners
Stevens County Times Editorial: Donation important in the need to educate public on mental health issues
Letter to the editor: Taxpayers need explanation on school; maintenance plan needed
Letter to the editor: Board chairman comments on school project
Letter to the editor: Explanation needed on Morris Area School project
An encounter from the past as I mark one year here
Luis Dale Grimm
Hunter John Arnold
Parker Steven Fehr and Paislee Ann Fehr
Ag credit counselor, mediator say new lending rules hit hard
Buying local fuels communities
Congressional committee hears Minnesota ideas for farm bill
Speakers talk about importance of farm bill to rural America
West-central Minnesota farmer a pioneer in raising Kernza
June 14, 2010
Iron Range man fatally wounded in shootout with trooper
An Iron Range man was fatally wounded in a shootout with a law enforcement officer Saturday night. About 11:10 p.m., authorities received a complaint that a man was firing rounds through an occupied residence in Great Scott Township, according to the St. Louis County Sheriff's...
June 14, 2010 - 6:56am
April 23, 2010
UMD community gathers to address Facebook controversy
DULUTH -- The Facebook conversation that roiled the University of Minnesota-Duluth last week continued to reverberate Wednesday during a sometimes emotional forum on campus. "What we see here is an escalation of vitriolic bigotry and racism," said Helen Mongan-Rallis, who facilitated...
April 23, 2010 - 9:12am
March 31, 2010
Radio-collared moose wandered into eastern Duluth
Dawn Bloom had a nice surprise in the yard of her far eastern Duluth home recently: a moose, which she's been waiting to see since she moved...
March 31, 2010 - 5:41am
February 15, 2010
Missing teen's family, friends gather to publicize Duluth teen's disappearance
Sly McCurry's mother said she wants the world to know she's not giving up on finding her son. Tammy Carter and others of McCurry's family and...
February 15, 2010 - 8:20am
January 26, 2010
Lily and her new cub doing well
ELY, Minn. - Lily the now-famous black bear and her new cub born Friday appear to be doing well after their big day on live webcast. The bear apparently had only one cub Friday (some young sows have two) and tens of thousands of people have clicked on the http://www.bear.org/website/visit-us/lily-den-cam.html...
January 26, 2010 - 7:21am
December 2, 2009
Princeton man in 120-mile chase was thinking of suicide
DULUTH -- The driver of a car that led police on a high-speed chase for almost 120 miles Saturday afternoon that ended in a fiery crash in Knife River was apparently suicidal at the time, the Minnesota State Patrol reports, and hadn't committed any major crime before the chase started. The...
December 2, 2009 - 11:04am
November 7, 2009
Motorized recliner made famous by DWI incident sold for just over $10,000
PROCTOR -- The auction ended at 7:12 p.m. Thursday, and $10,099.99 emerged as the winning bid for a motorized recliner. Proctor Police Chief Walter Wobig had no quarrel with the price to be paid for a vehicle his department seized after the drunken-driving conviction of its owner...
November 7, 2009 - 5:31am
October 12, 2009
Duluth's 300-foot rental rule could become permanent
DULUTH -- It's back. The controversial 300-foot rule is again coming up for debate, as the city is proposing to make it a permanent part of the new zoning code. The rule, which bans new rental licenses in college neighborhoods within 300 feet of an existing one, with few exceptions,...
October 12, 2009 - 12:38pm
August 6, 2009
'Indian name' T-shirts offend Duluth residents
As an American Indian, Donna Blue Bird said she has had to deal with racism all her life, but it's not often as blatant as the kind the Duluth...
August 6, 2009 - 7:20am
July 3, 2009
Driver inhaled compressed air before crashing into bakery, police say
A West Duluth bakery sustained damage to its exterior today when a car struck the building, apparently after the driver had become disoriented by inhaling from a can of compressed air, Duluth police said. Officers arrived at the Sara Lee bakery and discount bread store, 4002 Grand...
July 3, 2009 - 5:41am
June 22, 2009
Minnesota native outraces field to win Grandma's Marathon
Christopher Raabe was introduced to the marathon 20 years ago in Duluth. As a 10-year-old, he watched his dad, Bill, run his first Grandma's Marathon, the same year their family moved to Sauk Rapids, Minn., from Marshall, Minn. Father and son were together again Saturday in Canal...
June 22, 2009 - 10:13am
January 29, 2009
Montana man wins second straight Beargrease
By Andy Greder Duluth News Tribune Jason Barron spoke more like a banker than a dog musher Wednesday as he described the strategy that propelled him to his second consecutive win in the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon. Barron, of Lincoln, Mont., said he put "money in the bank"...
January 29, 2009 - 9:56am
December 16, 2008
UMD adds journalism, professional writing degree
A writing studies major for the University of Minnesota Duluth was approved Friday by the University of Minnesota Board of Regents. The major has two tracks, journalism and professional writing, which have long been sought by UMD students. The offering has been tailored to fit the...
December 16, 2008 - 12:00am