PDD Quiz: May 2020 in Review

Test your memory of May 2020 headlines and happenings with this week’s PDD Quiz!

The next quiz will be another architectural details quiz, this time highlighting buildings in Superior; it will be published on June 14. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by June 10.


You’ve been paying attention to local headlines! Way to go!

#1 Father and son David and Gus Schauer took a unique photograph in Duluth on May 25th. What did they capture?

Read the full story and view the photo on the Duluth News Tribune website.

#2 Hermantown High School seniors received this as a graduation gift.

KBJR has more on the story here.

#3 This former Duluth city councilor ended his campaign for St. Louis County Commissioner.

CBS3 has more on the story here.

#4 The Duluth News Tribune announced that it will scale back its printing. How many times per week will papers be printed?

Read more about the decision on the Duluth News Tribune website.

#5 A black bear visited Miller Hill Mall on May 6. What nickname did the mall’s general manager bestow on it?

PDD has more on the story here.

#6 A Coon Rapids family made a stop-motion video of the Duluth Shipping Canal constructed of what material?

Watch the video here.

#7 Duluth’s Independence Day fireworks will be postponed to which holiday?

Read more about the decision on the CBS3 website.

#8 A new locomotive was acquired by the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. What makes this engine unique in the collection?

WDIO has more on the story here.

#9 Desiree Jenkins and Melanie Hallstein announced plans to launch a vegan food truck. What will it be called?

Read more about Mama Roots on PDD.

#10 A semi lost control on the Can of Worms and dumped this cargo.

Read more about the accident on the CBS3 website.


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