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Party of one

Melvyn Magree

Muslims do speak out; are you listening?

Many Christians didn’t speak out about slavery or lynchings out of fear for themselves and their families.  Many Christians didn’t speak out because they were far removed from where these crimes were being committed.  Many Christians didn’t speak out

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Columns

Loren Martell

Where Have All the Children Gone?

It’s always nice to start with good news first, especially when the Duluth public school district is the subject. Director of Business Services, Bill Hanson, is projecting no cuts to education (no lost teachers or classes) in the upcoming fiscal year

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North Shore Notes

Harry Drabik

Out of our minds

My recent return to the Iron Range took me through terrain roughly called “south of Aurora” which prompted a recollection.

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Ramblings

Paul Ryan

Dunkin’ Donuts!

Dunkin’ Donuts has announced that their new Duluth location, slated to open this spring at the corner of Central Entrance and Basswood Ave, has been delayed until the fall.

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Natural Connections

Emily Stone

American Dippers

The watery, wintery scene must have fired some memory synapses in my brain, because into my mind’s eye flashed the image of another river flowing through snow-covered banks in Yellowstone National Park.

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