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By Dana Kazel on 5/21/2015 1:32 PM
It's not often you get a chance to break a world record, but 16 employees of the St. Louis County Land & Minerals Department did just that - while helping reforest an area that had been harvested for timber sales.
By Dana Kazel on 5/18/2015 3:51 PM
Graduation marks the end of high school, but also the beginning of a new chapter. For college-bound students, Human Resources Director Jim Gottschald provides helpful tips on choosing a major that will help you land your dream job.
By Dana Kazel on 5/15/2015 2:50 PM
Today is National Peace Officer Memorial Day. A time to remember the fallen and honor law enforcement for their work. At a prayer breakfast this week, hosted by the St. Louis County Law Enforcement Chaplains Association, County Attorney Mark Rubin delivered this message. 
By Dana Kazel on 5/14/2015 2:17 PM
What exactly is an appropriate way to recognize someone who has positively touched the lives of thousands of children and their families? As Mark Wilhelmson concludes a 35 year career in Children and Family Services, his peers from around the state gave him a prestigious honor.
By Dana Kazel on 5/7/2015 10:30 AM
 A small black bear visited the Civic Center complex in Duluth Wednesday, gaining a whole lot of attention.
By Dana Kazel on 5/1/2015 9:05 AM
When you toss a can, carton or newspaper into the recycling bin (and we certainly hope you do!), do you think about where it goes next? Students from Parkview Elementary in Virginia got to see for themselves.
By Dana Kazel on 4/28/2015 3:57 PM
Celebrating its 80 anniversary this year, Camp Esquagama near Biwabik will have an updated look and new programming for campers this summer. County Commissioners toured the former 4-H camp to see for themselves.
By Dana Kazel on 4/13/2015 8:34 AM
St. Louis County has announced plans to invest $119 million in transportation projects county-wide over the next two years. 
By Dana Kazel on 4/10/2015 2:30 PM
What can we do to improve our health outcomes?  What can we do as a community to become healthier? This is National Public Health Week. As part of National Public Health Week, Public Health Division Director Amy Westbrook describes the work her team is doing to address those questions.
By Dana Kazel on 4/1/2015 8:53 AM
A nearly two-mile stretch through Duluth’s Hillside neighborhood that will soon receive some much needed upgrades. Most of the work will take place in 2016 and 2017, however beginning this summer three large water mains will be replaced. Yet for all the good that is planned, most of the focus lately has been on the trees. 
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A tree-mendous, record-setting effort
Remembering in a broken world
Honors for a child protection advocate
Visiting the County Courthouse? Just bearly.
Recycling lessons
A look at the new Camp Esquagama
Celebrating the work of Public Health
What's being planned for Duluth's Fourth Street