The Duluth City Council came down solidly in support of plans to save the Seaway Hotel on Monday night, preserving low-rent housing for some of the city’s hardest-to-house tenants, but only after a bit of hand wringing.
In his 15-year career there have been 46 documented incidents where Superior Police Officer George Gothner has used force on an individual. The stack of use of force reports averaging five pages each — more than 200 total — is nearly an inch thick and helps give a more detailed history of the officer now facing allegations of police brutality after the Jan. 5 arrest of Natasha Lancour, 28, of Superior outside Keyport Liquor and Lounge.
Hermantown’s Matt Gannucci was yelling, “Oh my. Oh my.” The Italian women the pilgrims had just met were crying right along with the Americans. Thousands of others were chanting, “Papa, Papa.”
Local hockey fans cling tightly to Northland winters.
A band of current and former Duluth art teachers have taken it upon themselves to create public awareness about the importance of arts in area schools. And they’re doing it by responding to a harsh reality: School funding for the arts is scarce.
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