A free farmers market was put on by Clyde Iron Works, Bent Paddle and Sysco Minnesota on Tuesday March 31, 2020. Fruit, vegetables, orange juice, coffee, eggs and buttermilk were all available for anyone who needed it. 3400 pounds of food was donated and it was estimated that around 250 people could benefit from it.
Race organizers ruled out the idea of postponing the races due to the enormous challenge of planning and preparing for the event.
The move is especially acute for Dick Beardsley, whose marathon course record set in 1981 stood for 33 years.
The nonmedical staffers were placed on leave.
A study conducted last year estimated Duluth will need an additional 3,800 affordable units over the next decade.
A gathering planned for June 15 will now be held in 2021.
Coronavirus has flipped the service industry on its head, but here are some local spots still operating.
A woman is jailed on suspicion of being drunk and behind the wheel at the time.
State Sen. Erik Simonson, DFL-Duluth, took a job with Lake Superior College.
$10 billion was set aside by federal stimulus bill to aid airports.
He's the third candidate running for the West Duluth district.
St. Louis County had five confirmed cases as of Thursday.
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Last week, Duluth reported $12.4 million collected in tourism tax revenue, an all-time high. But industry, not tourism, has always been, and remains, among the city's primary economic drivers
The annual festival comes to the Twin Cities again this year. While it will arrive amid tough news for birds and habitat, the group stays on point.
As running back Dalvin Cook emerged as the key to the Vikings offense this season, fullback C.J. Ham took on more and more responsibility for making things run well.
"There was some confusion about what exactly caused the death," the sheriff said.
With the state's schools closed, districts and other organizations are finding ways to deliver meals to children in need.
The retailer's site selector said project bids in the city "far exceeded" those elsewhere in the Midwest.
The men had personal flotation devices on board but weren't wearing them, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said.
The Duluth-based company is offering employees compensation while on leave.