Test your memory of February 2022 headlines with this week’s PDD quiz!
The next PDD quiz will mark Women’s History Month with a quiz about notable Duluth women; it will be published on March 13. Send question suggestions to Alison Moffat at [email protected] by March 10.
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#1 Duluth was a Final Jeopardy answer on an episode that aired on Feb. 14. How many contestants came up with the correct city?
PDD has more on the story here.
#2 This former mayor of both Duluth and Superior died on Feb. 10.
The Duluth News Tribune remembers Bergson here.
#3 The Duluth News Tribune reported on Feb. 11 that the founder of this local museum had died.
Read more about Karpeles on the Duluth News Tribune website.
#4 John and Emily Beaton launched a Kickstarter to open the area’s first what?
Learn more on Fairhaven Farm’s Kickstarter page.
#5 This item was stolen from a vehicle in Superior on Feb. 13, recovered in Duluth, and later returned.
#6 This restaurant opened at 220 W Superior St.
Read more about Loaf and Ladle on the Fox 21 website.
#7 When Nick and Shaunie’s wedding venue was snowed out on Feb. 22, they got married at this brewery instead.
#8 An SUV crashed into this Belknap Street store on Feb. 18.
#9 This regional museum announced John Gidley as its new executive director.
Fox 21 has more on Gidley’s hire here.
#10 The Trapp family of Esko earned this title from the Guinness Book of World Records.
Read more about the Trapps on the Pine Knot News website.
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