Tone Coughlin said a group of about 10 mushers and John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon fans got together over the weekend and made plans to make the race happen.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/22/2013
A group of mushers and sled-dog-racing enthusiasts came to Beargrease's board meeting Monday night and announced that they would like to take the race over and hold it in January.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/21/2013
Pat Olson called the decision “sad” but necessary: The race director announced Thursday that January’s John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon races have been canceled.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/18/2013
The John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon races have been cancelled due to lack of funding. Organizers hope year off will allow for retooling.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/17/2013
Telemark Lodge and Resort was sold in a Bayfield County auction Tuesday, opening a new chapter in the northern Wisconsin facility that has suffered financial trouble for decades since opening near Cable in the 1970s.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/16/2013
Nearly 80 people marched and rallied in Canal Park on Monday afternoon, urging lawmakers to raise the state minimum wage.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/15/2013
The theme for the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce dinner Thursday night was “Optimism in Action,” and it couldn’t have had a more appropriate keynote speaker — Lee R. Anderson of APi Group.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/11/2013
According to one juror in the Last Place on Earth case, the trial that found Jim Carlson guilty on 51 federal charges came down to one simple thing: mislabeling. Any other points were moot, he said.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/09/2013
City officials and downtown business owners were joyous after a Minneapolis jury found Last Place on Earth store owner Jim Carlson guilty on most counts early Monday afternoon.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/08/2013
Even while she’s talking to you, Sarah Lewerenz can’t stop looking at the bridge. And as she made her way to her hillside home Friday night, she planned to repeat what she did last year when Duluth’s Aerial Lift Bridge was swathed in pink as part of breast cancer awareness month. She would stare for hours more out of her window.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/05/2013
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