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by LIZZY BLACKMON

DULUTH, Minn. - Park Point will be getting a new hotel despite neighbors' hesitation.

by KLAUS SNYDER

The windows of Johnson's Bros. Furniture in West End are covered with signs announcing impending retirement of the owners, not to mention sales on everything in the store.

by TONY SCHMITT

DULUTH, Minn.- With UMD men's hockey ranked number one in the nation,the Bulldog players are anxious to carry its success into the new AMSOIL Arena during its opening on Dec. 30 against its rival the University of North Dakota.


by JULIE KRIENKE

DULUTH, Minn.- Spirit Mountain's Timber Twister, a 3,200-foot-long alpine coaster that opened July 1, will stay open during the winter months in the hopes of bringing in more customers for the local recreation area.

by KAYLIE REYNOLDS

DULUTH, Minn. - Duluth citizens gave their input on Nov. 18 regarding the new stop lights and signs that will be added to streets surrounding the East Hillside neighborhoods. The citizens of Duluth believe that stoplights are a necessity in order to maintain a safe community. Accidents can be prevented by installing both lights and signs.

by ANN SCHMITZ

DULUTH, Minn.-Texas Roadhouse by Miller Hill Mall continues to bring guests in by the crowds due to its fresh food and enthusiastic customer service.

by EMILY SCHNACKY

University of Minnesota Duluth student organization S.E.R.V.E. (Students Engaged in Rewarding Volunteer Experiences) members shared their time and compassion at Fruit of the Vine food shelf at the Vineyard Christian Church Tuesday Nov. 16.

by ANNE KUNKEL

DULUTH, Minn. - Rumors of the old Armory on London Road becoming the site of a Dinkytown has University of Minnesota Duluth students excited, and curious about what exactly the city is planning to do.

by TOM BENSON

DULUTH, Minn. - Normally when someone is "spinning you a yarn" it means that you're in for something that might be over exaggerated, hard to believe, far fetched if you will.

Game Planet leaves Kenwood shopping plaza

by HALEY KNOPIK

Located in the Kenwood shopping plaza between "LIQUOR" liquor store, and "Master Framing Creations," "Game Planet" was close to many establishments that people visited on a weekly basis and while the store has been closed for over a month, so far no potential owners have put word into leasing the location.


by AMY BERG

DULUTH, Minn.- The name Ulta does not really give people a hint to what is inside the new store that opened in the Miller Hill Mall on Oct. 25. But once inside, it is quite clear.

by OLIVIA KING

DULUTH, Minn. - A side project to install bike lanes across the City of Duluth, taking into consideration the safety of local bikers, is being introduced by Duluth City Council member Dan Hartman, and will possibly be in motion by 2011.

by MADIHA MIRZA

The international students at UMD came together to share their native food with fellow students and UMD community Nov.13 on the Taste of UMD at the Hope United Methodist Church.

by ANNELYSE HARRISON

SILVER BAY, Minn. -After six months of hard work, the much-anticipated Silver Bay Carefree Living Center in Silver Bay is ready to open for up to 34 residents to move in by Dec. 15.

Capping not long-term solution for potholes

by REEGAN LLOYD

BOOM! You hear it each time you drive down a road in Duluth as your tire falls into a pothole. The road conditions in Duluth are a source of concern and frustration, and still a solution is unclear.


by LUKE WIENEKE

DULUTH, Minn.-Despite the long hours of noisy construction during most of the summer and fall, the new McDonalds on 21st Avenue East and London Road and the residential neighbors around it as well as employees, are happy that it is back in business.

By JARRED PETERSON

The season is here again and Bentleyville is back at Bayfront Festival Park Nov. 20 through Dec. 26 with new attractions and a mission to help the less fortunate.

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