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Nation’s largest abortion protest could be last under Roe

WASHINGTON (AP) — Anti-abortion protesters began to gather Friday in the nation’s capital with spirits high and a sense that the country has reached a pivotal moment that could lead to a sweeping rollback of abortion rights in many states. The March for Life arrives as the Supreme...
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Duluth News Tribune

Bishop's View: Minnesota, let's walk with moms in need

For nearly five decades, Catholics in the United States have called for an end to legalized abortion in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision. Even if, as some expect, Roe is overturned in the near future, efforts to advocate for the basic justice of protecting the right to life of every human person from the moment of conception have to continue.
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Superior's Cathedral School students give back

Donations, volunteers and a class of fifth graders from Superior's Cathedral School are gathering a truckload-sized care package for people affected by tornadoes that swept through Kentucky in December. A room at the school dedicated to the effort was filled with activity Wednesday, Jan. 19. Students sorted through donations from...
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One year later, Duluth East teen shares progress about walking tall

One year after a devastating ski accident left him with a spinal cord injury, Mason Branstrator is reflecting and reviewing all that he's overcome. The senior at Duluth East just released a video on YouTube, documenting his progress. From his surgery in Duluth, to the rehabilitation efforts at Craig Hospital,...
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Free Winter Clothing Articles at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

DULUTH, Minn.-If you or anyone you know is in need of winter clothing items during these cold days, you can head over to St. Paul’s Episcopal church on East Superior street. There, a clothesline stocked with hats, mittens, socks, and more is available for anyone to come and grab. The church, who is committed to outreach and helping the community, believes this is just a small token to provide warmth for those in need. Anyone who can is encouraged to donate to help keep the line stocked full.
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Some Food Shelves Looking Bare After ‘Season Of Giving’

DULUTH, Minn. – Some food shelves are becoming a little emptier again now that the season of giving is over. That’s the case at Duluth Harbor Rescue Mission, which supports people experiencing homelessness, addiction and abuse. The mission need food like pasta sauces, cans of soup, tuna, and...
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Taxaide Volunteers Helping Community File Taxes This Year

SUPERIOR, Wis. — Tax season is among us, and if you have trouble figuring out how to file each year, a service in Superior is signing people up to do it for them. The Superior Public Library held a sign up event today to give people a day and a time to get their taxes done and filed through their Taxaide Program, which is supported by the AARP.
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East Central Energy donates to volunteer fire departments

East Central Energy turned unspent budget dollars over to 26 volunteer fire departments across its 14-county service area in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Volunteer fire departments in the towns of Dairyland, Summit, Superior and Wascott were among the departments that each received $4,200 checks from the energy cooperative. As in 2020,...
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Make a Difference

AEOA's Meals on Wheels program is in need of volunteer drivers. Consider becoming part of this very rewarding work helping seniors and people with disabilities maintain good health while remaining in their own homes. Call Kirsten at 218-409-5991. Memorial Blood Centers is calling all eligible blood and platelet donors to...
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Children removed from foster homes after allegations of abuse

CARLTON COUNTY, MN. (CBS 3 DULUTH) - Days of protesting has paid off for Native families who claim their children are being abused in area foster homes. The families have been gathering outside the Carlton County courthouse for more than a week after they say pictures and video proved two women were abusing children in their care.
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Destination Duluth celebrates photographers

Destination Duluth hosted their annual celebration of photographers Monday evening. “We have over 200 photographers who’ve contributed to our page and literally these people bring in tens of tens of thousands of people [to Duluth],” explained Jerry Thorseon, the managing director of Destination Duluth. “People see these photos and say ‘Oh! I want to go to.
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Court removes children at center of protest from Carlton County foster homes

CLOQUET — The children at the center of a child protection firestorm in Carlton County were ordered removed from their foster homes Tuesday. Alleged abusive treatment of 10 children in two homes — one in Cloquet, one on the Fond du Lac Reservation — had been the subject of two weeks of ongoing protests in both communities, as well as outside the Carlton County Courthouse.
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Lakehead Harvest is a educational nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the preservation of the past. For three weekends in December, their grounds at 70 E. St. Louis River Road in Esko are turned into a celebration of the holidays and history as visitors can sit in hay racks pulled by vintage tractors and ride on a trail through the woods that features holiday lights and decorations. There are also campfires, concessions, craft vendors and kids activities. Santa Claus is also a frequent guest! The 2021 Lakehead Harvest Holiday Hayrides wrap up Sunday, Dec. 19, going from 2-8:30 p.m. For more information, visit lakeheadharvestshow.com.
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Faces: Scholarship winners and donations

Emily Nygren, of Duluth, graduated from the University of New Hampshire in December. She earned a master's degree in Community Development Policy Practice. University of Wisconsin-Whitewater announced the following scholarship recipients receiving financial awards for the 2021-22 academic year. Hailey Marshall, of Solon Springs, who is studying general business, won...
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