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Teri Cadeau

General assignment and community reporter

Teri Cadeau is a general assignment and neighborhood reporter for the Duluth News Tribune. Originally from the Iron Range, Cadeau has worked for several community newspapers in the Duluth area for eight years including: The Duluth Budgeteer News, Western Weekly, Weekly Observer, Lake County News-Chronicle and occasionally, the Cloquet Pine Journal. When not working, she's an avid reader and crafter.
Contact her at 218-830-2186 or tcadeau@duluthnews.com.

Aaron Wilcox is busily preparing to defend his title Saturday.
Her disappearance in Chisholm, Minnesota, remains unsolved, without much evidence. It prompted law enforcement agencies in the state's Northland region to create one of Minnesota's two child abduction response teams.
Cooler weather and higher levels of humidity have helped keep wildfires in the Superior National Forest from continuing to grow this weekend.
The group plans to walk along the path of the Line 3 Enbridge replacement pipeline from Superior, Wis., to the North Dakota border, finishing about July 29.
The crash occurred at the same intersection where Minnesota conservation officer Sarah Grell was killed a couple of weeks ago.
Antonio Jackson was driving a Volkswagen Golf north when he lost control
A higher-than-usual number of racers are from outside Minnesota this year, including one from Jamaica.
Alyssa and Jon Greene used Instagram to raise funds for the "Venmo Challenge." Over 250 people from around the country donated to tip the staff at Va Bene Caffe.
A DNA match led to the arrest of a local man in the homicide of Nancy Daugherty of Chisholm.
DULUTH -- Sarah Lundeen remembers the start of the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown vividly. She was dancing with Superior Ballroom Dance at a competition in St. Louis on March 13 when she learned it would be her 13-year-old Johnny's last day of school.