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Teri Cadeau

General assignment and community reporter

Teri Cadeau is a general assignment and neighborhood reporter for the Duluth News Tribune. Originally from the Iron Range, Cadeau has worked for several community newspapers in the Duluth area for eight years including: The Duluth Budgeteer News, Western Weekly, Weekly Observer, Lake County News-Chronicle and occasionally, the Cloquet Pine Journal. When not working, she's an avid reader and crafter.
Contact her at 218-830-2186 or tcadeau@duluthnews.com.

Volunteers helped with a gardening project at the YWCA Young Mothers Center; made hygiene bags for Safe Haven; and spruced up a playground at the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse.
The trail which celebrated a grand opening in fall 2021 is popular with bikers, hikers and some wildlife.
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Kathleen Mertzig forms pieces of broken and cut glass into spiders, lizards, turtles, motorcycles — just about anything you can think of — in her garage-based studio.
After a year off, the Rosie Awards have returned to honor and recognize women who make a difference in their communities.
The public is invited to cleanups and educational activities throughout the week.
Her disappearance in Chisholm, Minnesota, remains unsolved, without much evidence. It prompted law enforcement agencies in the state's Northland region to create one of Minnesota's two child abduction response teams.
Ongoing heavy snow is expected through Monday night into Tuesday.
After an independent volunteer official barred a student from participating in the Northern Sectional swim meet hosted by the Duluth YMCA due to a Black Lives Matter swimsuit, the decision was overturned and the official removed.
The widespread storm will bring heavy snow, near-blizzard conditions along the North Shore and strong winds.
The Christmas Lighting Challenge closed registrations and started community voting to pick the best displays in the Northland.