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City of Duluth to Offer More Parking Options for Grandma’s Marathon By Opening Additional Lots

Grandma's Marathon draws thousands of visitors to Duluth each summer, and all of those thousands of people need a place to park. In addition to the traditional places offered for parking, the City of Duluth has announced they will offer more options to residents and visitors participating or watching the race.

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Duluth Mayor Don Ness Offers a Message on the State of Recovery One Year After the June 2012 Flood [VIDEO]

A year ago today, community members found themselves shellshocked by the extensive damage that followed intense rainfall overnight June 19-20, 2012. In the year since the flood, much progress has been made, but as Duluth Mayor Don Ness says, there is still a long road ahead in achieving full recovery for the city.

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Source: Mary Wardell via flickr
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Highway 65 Traffic Detour Begins June 21st Near Bigfork

A northland highway is set for road construction this summer;  With the project comes a detour - on Highway 65 near Littlefork - beginning Friday, June 21st.

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HIghway 123 Bridge Project Near Sandstone Starts June 19th

Motorists traveling on Highway 123 at the Kettle River - south of Sandstone - will be restricted to a single lane, beginning Wednesday June 19th, when a bridge rehabilitation project begins.

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Source: Dr Nixon via flickr
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Summer Camps At Great Lakes Aquarium

Great Lakes Aquarium in Duluth has some great ideas to keep the kids busy - and learning.  They have two summer camps coming up - with options for the whole family.

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Terry Degner Speaks About Living Through An Orphanage In Lunch With The History People

You are invited to Lunch with the History people Thursday, June 20, from noon to 1 PM. Coffee is always provided, but make sure you pack a brown bag to eat. This week the guest is Terry Degner, will discuss his memoir entitled My Brave Little Man. His lecture focuses on the experiences he had while living in an orphanage in Duluth, Minnesota, during the early 1950’s.

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Hartley Nature Center Looks For Volunteers For Their Wednesday Gardening Nights; Next Event Happens June 19th

The Hartley Nature Center is hosting a volunteer gardening night twice each month during the summer - and they need your help!

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Angel Of Hope Statue To Be Dedicated At Leif Erickson Park June 18th

Join city leaders and members of the Angel Of Hope Committee as they dedicate a state and memorial site - Tuesday, June 18th at 6PM at Leif Erickson Park.

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What Will Highways Look Like In Twenty Years? Minnesota Department Of Transportation Asks For Your Input

The Minnesota Department of Transportation wants your input in what the states highways will look like in the future.  MnDOT has kicked off a series of public meetings in which they're asking state residents to weigh in on the upcoming draft of the Minnesota 20-Year State Highway Investment Plan.  This plan will establish the spending priorities for projected capital revenue.  These priorities will influence the selection of future projects throughout the state.

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How To Make Your Donation Go Farther; Matching Funds Available To Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank This Summer

Donations to food shelf programs historically take a hit in  the summer months;  Not only do potential donors get busy but the need is also stronger - as families in need no longer have the services of public school lunch programs.

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Source: Jessica Giglio via flickr
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Save Money And Energy On Water With Minnesota Program

A new program offers money and energy-saving efficiencies for handwashing sinks and commercial kitchens.

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Duluth Hosts Clean Energy Initiatives Tour Friday June 7

Learn more about clean energy innovations in Duluth at a free tour happening Friday, June 7th - hosted by the Northeast Clean Energy Resource Team.

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