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About: duluth, minnesota

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: N/A
Local Colleges: State UniversityUniversity 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
Solon Springs boy injured from Spirit Mountain chairlift fall

A Solon Springs boy is recovering from serious injuries after falling over 25 feet from a chairlift at Spirit Mountain. 8-year-old Cameron Jones was the second person to fall from a chairlift at the ski resort in Duluth on Friday.

Eight Opioid Overdoses Reported in St. Louis County, 1 Fatal

Heroin and prescription drug abuse is a growing concern here in the Northland. There were two drug overdoses on the Iron Range this weekend, one of them fatal, and six other opioid overdoses in Duluth.

Sheriff's Office: "He is lucky to be alive," following car split in half in crash

A 62-year-old Wrenshall man is counting his lucky stars tonight after surviving a crash that literally split his car in half. Joseph Harting was thrown from the car he was driving during a crash, and was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

East Side Review bulletin board March 1, 2015

Fishing basics Be ready for summer by learning the basics of fishing on Monday, March 2 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Duluth & Case Recreation Center, 1020 Duluth St. Youth will learn how to fish, cast, and bait. Equipment will be provided.

Duluthians encouraged to take appetites downtown for week-long culinary celebration

It's time to take your appetites to Duluth, for a week that celebrates the Zenith City's downtown dining scene. For the sixth year in a row, the Duluth Greater Downtown Council is promoting "Eat Downtown - Duluth Restaurant Week," which began Sunday.

Hobbs announces campaign for Duluth City Council At-Large seat

Duluth activist and River Corridor Coalition founder Noah Hobbs announced Sunday his campaign for an at-large position on the Duluth City Council. The 25-year-old candidate is also the president of the Merritt Park Community Club, and is on the Board of Directors at the Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault, and CHUM.

Local Families in Need Receive Free, Refurbished Cars

Three deserving families in Duluth got the keys to their very own set of wheels Saturday as recipients of Community Action Duluth's vehicle donation program. Janessa Lott received a car,and as a full-time student and single mom, she said she's looking forward to an easier way of getting to work.

'Land of 10,000 Paintings' Artist Brian Stewart traveled the state to ...

When artist Brian Stewart came up with the idea for his latest exhibit, he had Minnesota on his mind. After receiving a $10,000 grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, he got to work exploring the state in search of things that sparked his interest.

Denfeld teachers concernd about student promotion, lawmaker agrees

A Minnesota State lawmaker has proposed a bill about student achievement after 24 Duluth Denfeld teachers expressed concern that students are being promoted to higher grade levels even though they are failing. State Senator Chuck Wiger says it's critical to carefully prepare students for college or the workforce, and part of making that possible is providing students with a solid education.

NAPA mechanics fix up and donate three cars to families

Northland NAPA mechanics and parts store people say they're glad the community gives them business and keeps them prosperous. In turn, they like to give back once in a while.

Robots compete at the DECC

Hundreds of high schoolers from five different states are gathered at the DECC in Duluth for a competition of wits and technology. "It's taught me to how to brainstorm ideas and be open to listening to new ideas.

Hanson Pulls Out of Duluth Mayoral Race

Duluth City Councilor Howie Hanson, who was the first person to enter this year's mayoral race, has become the first person to pull out of the race. Hanson announced his decision on his Facebook page Friday, writing, "I will not be a candidate for Duluth mayor in the 2015 fall election.

Climate change affecting Northland health

While NOAA reports that 2014 was the warmest year on record across the world, in the Northland we saw much colder than average temperatures. A major anomaly? Actually Hilarie Sorensen, Climate Change Educator at Minnesota Seagrant, says we should get used to these extremes.

Food and art mix to find funds for gardeners, chefs and artists in Duluth

The culinary arts and the fine arts came together Thursday evening to support both the Duluth Community Garden Program and the Arrowhead Chefs Association. The meeting of food and framed artworks happened at the Depot in Duluth.

Cook County wants Legislature to foot bill for special prosecutor in sex-crime case

The taxpayers of Minnesota's Cook County could be on the hook for a big bill racked up during the 2013 prosecution of their county attorney for felony sex crimes. Without input or approval from county commissioners, a judge appointed a special prosecutor to avoid a conflict of interest in the case against then-County Attorney Tim Scannell.

States grapple with transportation costs

A substantial number of Minnesota and Wisconsin roads and bridges need to be replaced or repaired, government officials agree. There's far less harmony, however, on how to fund that work, which is very expensive.

Former Duluth firefighter faces additional charge of criminal sexual conduct

Prosecutors have added a new, more serious charge in the case against a former Duluth and Fargo firefighter accused of sexually assaulting an infant and distributing child pornography. Caleb Stuart Lofald, 33, is now facing a charge of first-degree criminal sexual conduct -- a count that carries a maximum of 30 years in prison.