Another month of summer has flown by. Were you paying attention to current events? Step up to this week’s quiz and find out!
Duluth movie mentions will be the theme of the next PDD quiz, which will be published on Aug. 15. Submit question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by Aug. 11.
You’ve got a noggin for the news! Bravo!
Better luck next time!
#1 Gordy’s Hi-Hat founder Gordon Lundquist passed away on July 6. In what year was he born?
Read more about Lundquist’s life on the Star Tribune website.
#2 This space will open once a month as place for local artisans to sell their wares.
The market will open on Friday, July 30; read more on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#3 Dawn and Terry Johnson opened Ride or Die Pizza in Superior; they are also the proprietors of this pizzeria.
Ride or Die Pizza is located at 1623 Broadway St., in the space previously occupied by Thirsty Pagan. The Superior Telegram has more on the story here.
#4 The Duluth School Board approved a purchase agreement in this amount for Central High School.
KBJR has more on the sale here.
#5 A black bear in the Boundary Waters made headlines this month for having what in its possession?
Kare 11 has more on the story here.
#6 A banner reading “Happy Birthday, Mom” was displayed on this ship on July 1.
CBS3 has more on the story here.
#7 Part of this Ely festival was cancelled due to storm damage on July 23.
Read more about the storm on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#8 This coffee chain opened its first store in Superior on July 16.
The Superior Telegram has more here.
#9 This WDSE host retired after 27 years with the station.
WDSE shared a tribute video to Sunderman on their Facebook page.
#10 This Superior team is going to the state championship for the first time in about 30 years.
Fox 21 has more on the story here.
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