THE NEW FORTY Remembering #316...
Three years ago today a five alarm fire destroyed the Galleria Apartments in Fargo. My sons lived in that apartment building in apartment 316. They lost their pets and everything they owned. In total,... Posted on 10/11/13 at 5:21 AM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Fire truck or bus?
Four Duluth elementary students earned rides to their schools in a fire truck after winning the Duluth Fire Departments fire-prevention safety contest.
Today a Laura MacArthur first-grader and a Pied... Posted on 10/9/13 at 11:00 PM
PRAIRIE FARE Avoid Kitchen Fires with These Tips
My nose detected an unpleasant scent. My brain recognized the odor and soon my feet were running down the hall. I think I leaped over my then-3-year-old on the way to the kitchen. She was si... Posted on 3/15/13 at 12:23 PM
HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Prepare Your Home for Winter
As summer has become a distant memory and the beautiful trees of fall are turning, it is a great time to think about winterizing your home to prepare for the colder months ahead. Snow, ice and sub-z... Posted on 10/4/12 at 10:33 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Explosion at Laura MacArthur School, 1982
Story printed September 28, 1982
Apprehension and excitement show on the faces of first-graders outside Laura MacArthur-West Elementary School following a boiler explosion on September 27, 1982. They... Posted on 7/13/12 at 3:26 PM
A drug investigator whose initiative has put numerous dealers behind bars and a firefighter whose obstacle course training became critical for fellow firefighters in a tough spot were celebrated Friday at the Superior Elks Lodge.
Saturday’s weather was perfect for a fire, Randy Martin said. Martin, fire chief for the Town of Oakland in Douglas County, said the soggy weather was ideal for carrying out the planned burn of the Oakland Town Hall.
News Tribune, Superior Telegram staff
, October 06, 2013
The time to beat Saturday morning was 26 minutes.
With the goal in mind, volunteer firefighters from the towns of Parkland and Superior shuttled water from a hydrant at the corner of White Birch Trail and Billings Drive to a drop tank at the end of Kilner Bay Drive.
The Twin Ports saw its first rip-current warning Saturday — a reminder that with summer weather finally here, beachgoers on Lake Superior need to be mindful of the potential of dangerous underwater currents.
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