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Lonnie Dupre is filming the impact of climate change on the Polar Inuit people he met in Greenland 20 years ago.
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“What we’ve done is decolonize the organization," Christina Woods said.
The multi-agency effort will remove forest fuels that spur bigger fires.
Infectious disease physician Sara Lund was among the first pregnant women in Minnesota to be vaccinated in 2020. Now, she and her family are hoping to increase the vaccination rate in pregnant women.

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A two-decade sentence for manufacturing and distributing cocaine proved to be a turning point for the Wisconsin native, who has transitioned to a career aimed at improving the lives of others facing incarceration.
The new visitor policy goes into effect Monday, Jan. 17 due to high community spread of COVID-19.
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Most of the state's 23,000 miles of trail are maintained by local club members.
As the Great Lakes shipping season nears its seasonal close, Lt. Alexander Stewart shared thoughts about churning up his home ice.
Retired teacher Larry Weber, a Barnum resident, is the author of several books, including “Butterflies of the North Woods,” “Spiders of the North Woods,” “Webwood” and “In a Patch of Goldenrods.” Contact him via Katie Rohman at krohman@duluthnews.com.
Warmer, wetter weather slowed the usual winter drop.

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Lake Nebagamon was hit with 18 inches of snow.
Colleagues reflect on the life and work of Adolph Ojard Jr., a Knife River native who dedicated much of his life to Lake Superior and Great Lakes industry.
It was a 7-year wait for the Iron River couple

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