Monday, June 04, 2012 By Aaron Brown
In fact, the Iron Range's historical and geographical relationship with Duluth means that the fate of these two places are intertwined. Either the Iron Range becomes more economically diverse and modern along with Duluth or else its inability to do so will limit Duluth's further growth.
I do know that two of my sisters left the Range for the economic and cultural promise of the Twin Cities in the last two years. One is already moving to Duluth and the other would like to. People vote lots of ways, but the biggest way they vote is with their feet (and stuff ... and money).