A couple of summers ago, my kid brother Grant had a limp. We were in the middle of hauling boxes and I assumed he was just being a typical lazy teenager and was limping to get out of the work that needed to be done. "Brush it off, pick it up and let's get moving." The next time I saw him, he still had the limp and he wasn't looking so good. That's where it all started.
Darren Danielson of WDIO and I were blessed to be involved as co-chairs in the 9th Annual UDAC fundraiser "walk a mile in our shoes" event last Saturday. It was a glorious morning for an event that is so well received in the community. It was held at Malosky Stadium on the UMD Campus and several of the Bulldog's athletic teams and the UMD Marching Band were on hand to lend their suppor
Ken and I were involved in the annual UDAC fundraiser "walk a mile in our shoes" event years ago. That was when we would go to STEPS and walk on treadmills. The event is so well received in the community that something needed to be done to accommodate, so it was moved to Malosky Stadium on the UMD Campus and the Bulldogs athletic department has become a big part of the the 9th annual wa
When I first met Carole Berg, almost 10 years ago, she asked me if I knew what Scleroderma was, when I answered no, her reaction made me learn more. She talked about herself, she talked about what it does to a person, and she lost her fight with it.
You are invited this Sunday September 28th to Public School Stadium for the Autism Walk Northland. Pre-registration from 8:30-10:00 with the walk beginning at 10 am. There is a 2.5 k and a 5 k. From 8:30 to 11:15 there is a kids carnival, and a Silent Auction from 8:30-11:00 am. A snack, water, and music will be provided.
Happy Mother's Day! For some Northlanders, the Mother's Day Walk/Run with the YWCA is a family tradition. If it's new to you, it will SOON be a tradition. There are hundreds of people trying to get to the walk/run and others just trying to get around the Canal Park area, this Duluth Police Department traffic advisory should help.
You are invited to Step Out to Cure Diabetes. Held again this year at the Miller Hill Mall on April 6th. This years ambassadors are sisters, Emma and Anna Arntsen they both haveType1 diabetes. Here is their story:
Texting and walking is a pretty bad idea, particularly when you’re walking down steps. Which is something the young lady in the background of this live CBC report is bound to remember the next time she tries to look at her phone while navigating a short flight of concrete stairs.