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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • How are the ships in the Duluth port connected to your household appliances?

    Thousands of people flock to Canal Park in Duluth, Minn., each year to watch and wave at the massive ships entering and exiting the Duluth harbor under the iconic Aerial Lift Bridge. What many don’t know is that when they are watching the ships, they are watching an integral part of Minnesota’s iron mining process….

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  • Our View: Time set aside for matters that matter more

    Duluth News Tribune Editorial Board Outside of all the politicking and counter-politicking yesterday during President Donald Trump’s historic visit to Duluth, a bit of time encouragingly was set aside for matters that matter a little more. Specifically, mining and the Trump administration’s efforts to curb the Iron Range-harming practice of China and others to dump…

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  • House hastens efforts to build new lock at Sault Ste Marie

    Superior Telegram The Soo Locks’ critical role in the national defense of the United States has prompted the House of Representatives to direct the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to accelerate its project to build a second Poe-sized lock at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. According to a news release issued by the Lake Carriers Association,…

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