Many Northlanders are still reeling from the storm that literally blew through the area early Friday morning. For some like myself the worst of it is still no power, but for hundreds it is blown down trees and damage to their property. We all want a quick fix, but do your homework first.
In a press conference at the Public Safety Building in Duluth, representatives from the City of Duluth, St. Louis County, and Minnesota Power updated the public on a number of things, including progress in restoring power.
In the aftermath of powerful severe storms causing thousands to be left without power or running water Thursday, the Duluth Area Family YMCA is offering the opportunity for the community to be safe and taken care of.
According to a Press Release From The Duluth Park and Recreation Department The Park Point Sandmodeling and Water Safety Expo has been postponed due to the sudden storm we had last night. The event was scheduled for today at 11am.
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