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Eveleth man seriously injured in Highway 53 crash - Duluth News Tribune


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Eveleth man seriously injured in Highway 53 crash
Duluth News Tribune
The Minnesota State Patrol reported that Richard J. Baratta, 57, was transported to Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center after the collision at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Baratta was traveliRead the rest of "Eveleth man seriously injured in Highway" ...

Thank you to all our family and friends, who helped at Froggy's.  After eleven years, it is time to let it go, and have a new start.  We will miss you, Froggy's!Read the rest of "" ...

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A Lebanon Hills to serve all users - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minneapolis Star TribuneA Lebanon Hills to serve all usersMinneapolis Star TribuneAs I understand the citizens panel's consensus, the county's proposed high-speed “greenway” trail system would not enter Lebanon Hills. ...

Monday's Scores - Chron.com

Monday's ScoresChron.comHeron Lake-Okabena 73, Ellsworth 67. Hibbing 57, Duluth Denfeld 41. Hills-Beaver Creek 68, Adrian 56. Kimball 67, St. John's Prep 29. ...

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Broadband christened public utility by FCC – details to follow

As predicted, the FCC has set down some rules that lean heavily toward Net Neutrality. The New York Times reports… The F.C.C. is taking this big regulatory step by reclassifying high­speed Internet service as a telecommunications service, instead of an information service, under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. The Title II classification comes from the phone company era, treating service as a public utility. ...

MN Broadband Fund Award: A closer look around Stevens County (adjacent to Otter Tail County)

Almost $20 million in state grants have gone to 17 communities in Minnesota to expand broadband and make the case to legislators (and the general public) that such investments are wise and have a valuable Return on Investment. ...

Listening to Youth — for a hopeful future

Today’s post comes from Judy Lundquist. Judy works as youth Job Counselor with the Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training and is a member of the ...

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