Daily Archives: September 10, 2019

Duluth Synagogue In Ruins After Fire

By: News Intern Katherine Jones DULUTH- A nearly 120-year-old synagogue, Adas Israel, was in ruins on Monday night after an early morning fire in Duluth.  Duluth Police Chief, Mike Tusken said this on the incident: “Any time we see a building that is part of our landscape, it is certainly difficult for us to part…

DNR Seeking Public Opinion on Border Fishing

By: News Intern Katherine Jones ST. PAUL- The Minnesota and Wisconsin DNRs are asking the public to weigh in on the proposed changes to border waters fishing regulations.  The proposed rules would lower possession limits, and change some length limits for fish such as: walleye, northern pike, crappie, sunfish, yellow perch, and white and yellow…

Hibbing Neighborhood Wants to Keep Lake

By: News Intern Katherine Jones HIBBING- Residents of a neighborhood in Hibbing say they are trying to save their lake by urging operators of the mine to keep the water flowing.   According to officials, when the Hibbing Taconite stops redirecting water from its pit to Kelly Lake, the lake water stagnates.   There was a fish…

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Pillager Man Terminated from ICS Consulting

By: News Intern Katherine Jones BRAINERD- Cale Ryan LaVoie, the Pillager man charged last month with three counts of felony theft by swindle, was fired from his most recent post at ICS Consulting, the company confirmed Monday, September 9th.  LaVoie worked as a project manager with ICS Consulting for about four months, working primarily on the…

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