? Upon reading this weeks cover story, its possible that people will be dismayed at the Machiavellian maneuverings of Mayor Nesss administration as to the future of Duluths ?downtown library. While it is fair to be concerned, a greater benefit
Liquor laws in the region are an odd mishmash of regulations, with a variety of implications. In Superior, it is required that you have a bar and lounge in order to have a liquor store, a law clearly designed decades ago to protect local shopkeepers
During our April DPA principals meeting Bill Gronseth asked Cheryl Lien did she find anyone to run against Art Johnston. He was very adamant about having you removed from your board seat. Cheryl stated that she had a person named Dave to run agains
As another year passes, the annual Readers Choice awards tradition continues. For 16 years you, the above average readers of the Northlands finest newsweekly have devoted oodles of hours providing us with the lowdown on the finest of the Northland.
In what may be the crowning achievement of their seemingly endless expansion of beer related businesses, partners Rod Raymond and Tim Nelson have agreed to pay an undisclosed sum to the Independent School Distri
Local grant writer and Chester Park advocate, Barbara Weinstein, recently received word from the Buckminster Fuller Foundation that Chester Bowl will be awarded a grant to build a large glass geodesic dome over much of the park. The dome, which will measure 4372 feet across and 1209 feet at its peak, should be com
Reader: Give me your thoughts on equal enforcement of the law?
Ramsay: I think that equal enforcement sums it up. Everybody is to be treated the same. No special treatment. One of the barometers we use is community driven. Whats important to the community? The community drives a lot of our efforts. With UMD and occupying college houses. People are saying that we need to do something about this. So we start
Prudently, the leadership at your local FREE weekly paper ( the leaders name is Bob) waited a good long while to make certain that this World Wide Web thing is more than a fad. He has recently become relatively convinced ...