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With Duluth's Haunted Ship in hiatus this year, a troop of Boy Scouts is encouraging thrillseekers to take explore an Amnicon greenhouse filled with spooks.
Everyone is invited to spend a few hours in the shoes of someone struggling with poverty during a pair of poverty simulations Monday, Oct. 1. "The real focus is an opportunity for people to experience some of the stressors that are in the day-to-day lives of people in poverty," said Lynn Tracy, secretary for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Sacred Heart of Jesus Conference. Even for those who work with people in need, the simulation is an eye-opener. "One of the things I walked away with was how critical transportation is," Tracy said.
Head brewer Kathleen Culhane, who started the job June 25, has been adding her own creative concoctions to the brew pub's signature craft beers.
The man who fatally shot Garth Velin during a botched robbery attempt nearly four years ago testified last week in Douglas County Circuit Court, giving his version of the events of Sept. 30, 2014.
The third- through sixth-grade students squirmed. They giggled. They made faces. But they all took turns dissecting sheep brains Tuesday, Sept. 18, at Maranatha Academy in the town of Superior.
An online form is now available for parents to report busing issues. Since the form went live Sept. 14, 50 submissions have been received.
Even in the midst of closing, the business will host its Fall Fest on Sept. 29, complete with games, rides, activities and food.
In all, 12 new pieces of art will brighten the city through the environmental service's Storm Drain Art project.
An intrepid crew of four cruised in the footsteps of the Edmund Fitzgerald's final voyage last week.
One of the men suffered minor injuries, while the other received several stab wounds and was hospitalized.