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Wisconsin-based outdoor apparel retailer Duluth Trading Co. has settled a lawsuit from Eagles founding member Don Henley alleging trademark infringement.
Thursday, the Twin Ports truly kicked off the shipping season as dozens gathered for a ceremony of the port blessing.
Minnesota senators have voted down a plan to allow liquor stores to open on Sundays.
Thursday afternoon, people were dressed to impress for a day full of career opportunities.
ONE Aviation Corporation has been formed to design, develop, and manufacture a family of aircraft, each of which will be a market leader in its category and class.
A public hearing is set to consider banning E Cigarettes from all public places throughout St. Louis County.
"This is a good opportunity for us to be right on a four lane Highway 53," Solon Springs Mercantile co-owner Meg Thoreson said.
The Shops at BlueStone is welcoming the opening of three new businesses.
The City of Duluth is informing the public about an upcoming project involving the replacement of a Sprint telecommunications pole with a new permanent mono-pine tower in Chester Bowl Park on the upper hillside.
Duluth's shipping season is in full swing.
The Duluth Natural Medicine and Chiropractic Building is now accepting appointments for laser treatments.
The hustle and bustle at the Holiday Center in Downtown Duluth will soon pick up as they welcome the addition of two restaurants.
A tiny home has been on display at the Arrowhead Home and Builders show all week, and now a lucky winner is getting to keep it while helping a local organization.
A true sign that the seasons are changing in The Twin Ports, is the opening of The Portland Malt Shoppe.
Crews are putting the interior finishes on Blue Wave on the Bay on Highway two.
The sun is shining and the ice is off the lake which means Sky Harbor Airport on Park Point is on the verge of welcoming Sea Planes in for the summer.
Our first stretch of mild March weather has prompted some golf courses to open ahead of schedule.
The city of Cloquet is one of the few places lucky enough to have a river running through town. But, right now, it doesn't give people who live there the feeling of a "river town."