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Eveleth man seriously injured in Highway 53 crash - Duluth News Tribune


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Eveleth man seriously injured in Highway 53 crash
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The Minnesota State Patrol reported that Richard J. Baratta, 57, was transported to Essentia Health-St. Mary's Medical Center after the collision at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Baratta was traveliRead the rest of "Eveleth man seriously injured in Highway" ...

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Hibbing-Chisholm Falls to S. St. Paul in State A Quarters - WDIO-TV

Grand Forks HeraldHibbing-Chisholm Falls to S. St. Paul in State A QuartersWDIO-TVBetween Hibbing-Chisholm and South St. Paul, their girls' hockey programs have reached 25 State Tournaments. ...

Hibbing/Chisholm Rangers Special Olympics team in action - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Hibbing Daily TribuneHibbing/Chisholm Rangers Special Olympics team in actionHibbing Daily Tribune... Rangers Special Olympics team competed in the Special Olympics Area 3 Trifecta which was conducted on Feb. ...

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The map that changed the world

When Benjamin Franklin helped negotiate the Treaty of Paris in 1783 that ended America's Revolutionary War, he used a map called The Mitchell Map, to fix the international boundary.The Mitchell Map was created by a gentleman named John Mitchell, and one of the interesting things about him was that he was not a professional map maker or geographer. ...

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Did you know the ground beneath you is moving? It’s true. The earth’s upper crust, the stuff we stand on, is actually “floating” along on things we call “plates.” How fast does it move? Most plates move about two inches per year. ...

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