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Wells Fargo projects record $3 billion first-quarter profit

The San Francisco-based bank, which has received billions of dollars in government funds, says it expects to earn $3 billion, or 55 cents per share, for the quarter ended March 31. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters, on average, forecast earnings of 23 cents per share.

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Bygones for April 9

Duluth Shipping News

Duluth Shipping News

This week, we have had about one 1,000- foot laker a day. On Tuesday, the Paul R. Tregurtha left with coal and the McCarthy loaded coal and left late that night.

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Bovey man who grabbed girls’ buttocks sentenced

A Bovey man already serving time for grabbing the buttocks of three teenage girls in Hibbing High School was sentenced to additional time in jail Monday for similar actions in Grand Rapids.

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Former First Witness head may face prison for $125,000 theft

Former First Witness head may face prison for $125,000 theft

The former executive director of First Witness Child Abuse Resource Center in Duluth stole more than $125,000 from the agency, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Minneapolis said, and it will ask the court to sentence her to 21 to 27 months in prison.

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Eh column for April 9, 2009: Get your pancakes

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Nominees announced for Labovitz awards

Thirty-six entrepreneurs and small business owners have been nominated this year for the 17th Joel Labovitz Entrepreneurial Success Awards through the University of Minnesota Duluth Center for Economic Development.

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Another Northland grandparent falls victim to scam

Another Northland grandparent falls victim to scam

Grandparents in the Northland continue to be taken by a scam in which a “grandchild’’ is

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Engineering degree program coming to the Iron Range

A new four-year engineering degree program will be launched on the Iron Range with the help of $1.14 million from Iron Range Resources.

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Local road projects part of state’s largest-ever construction season

More than 90 miles of highways and seven bridges will be repaired this year in Northeastern Minnesota as the state embarks on the largest construction season in state history.

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VHS disease expanding in Lake Michigan

VHS disease expanding in Lake Michigan

Fish-killing VHS disease has not been found in more inland lakes in Wisconsin, but the virus is spreading to more parts of Lake Michigan and into the Mississippi River system in Ohio.

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Famous Dave’s founder to speak at UMD

After being snowed out recently, Dave Anderson, the founder of Famous Dave’s of America, is rescheduled to appear at the University of Minnesota Duluth on April 22.

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FBI raids Minneapolis money transfers

Federal agents searched three money-transfer businesses in Minneapolis on Wednesday, carrying away boxes of documents and copying computer hard drives in a quest for details of financial transactions between the U.S. and several African nations.

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Cloquet logging family honored

A family logging company from Cloquet was named the “2009 Logger of the Year” Tuesday by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative.

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DTA adds routes to western Duluth, reroutes near Miller Hill Mall

DTA adds routes to western Duluth, reroutes near Miller Hill Mall

The Duluth Transit Authority will provide more bus routes to western Duluth and reroute buses around Miller Hill Mall starting Sunday.

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