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Craig Samborski said it's almost like a religion. People have wept with joy upon seeing it for the first time. They’ve flown to the U.S. from Japan and other countries to see it in person. A young couple each had the duck tattooed on their ankles and tracked him down to take a selfie. He gets at least a dozen emails a day from fans.
“My husband said it was for our daughters, I think it was really for him,” Shari Hendren said.
A 6-0 vote during a special meeting on Monday was essentially symbolic, but the message was clear
The city attorney in March said Mayor Chris Swanson repeatedly used his official city position “for personal benefit or business interests.”

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And the city attorney will issue an opinion on whether Mayor Chris Swanson's underwater hotel and cryptocurrency pursuits violated city code, charter and communication policy.
Cassandra Rhines was 19 years old when she went missing. She was last heard from in June 1985, when she called a friend to confirm that she would be attending her goddaughter's birthday party. Rhines never showed up at the party and was not seen or heard from again.
Every year Nadine Uremovich, a science teacher and Halloween enthusiast, teaches her students about engineering by having them design their own wooden tombstones with lights and moving parts.
"It is the most flagrant flaunting of vice publicly before the people that I have ever seen."
For the past year, Christopher Wenner has been shining black lights on beach rocks to make them glow. It's time to share the phenomenon with the rest of us, he says.
Breweries relied on to-go and liquor store sales to get through pandemic shutdowns, but that wasn't enough to prevent more than $186 million in economic losses across the state.

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Beargrease volunteers help keep the race alive, said Carmen Schempp, board president.
Ero Wallin grew to love dog sledding in a natural way, says his mother, Colleen, who will be racing in the Beargrease field right along with him.
DULUTH — In the age of social distancing and social upheaval, signs have become a common way for people to share their beliefs, political leanings or causes they support. From Black Lives Matter to Trump support, signs and flags have become shorthand for a person's or business' beliefs.

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