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Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -- Honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice...On this Memorial Day Northlanders paid tribute to the many men and women who have died while serving our country.
Washington, D.C. (Northland's NewsCenter) - Time is running out for members of this nation's greatest generation. Nearly 1,000 veterans of World War Two die every day. For some Northland W-W-Two vets, Saturday's Honor Flight trip to the nation's capital came too late.
When Joe Gomer of Duluth passed away he took a piece of history with him.
One of the Northland's World War Two heroes was honored on his birthday.
Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - This year will mark the 70th anniversary of that invasion that may say was the beginning of the end of World War Two. In this special anniversary year we'd like to honor all our Second World War veterans and we want you to participate. We want to hear the stories of your family heroes, including what your fathers, mothers, grandparents, aunts or uncles did during World War Two. We begin with a story about the hero of one of our own, Barbara Reyelts' mother.
The 60th Anniversary of D-Day
Duluthian Floyd Lauletta couldn't wait to get into the skies during WWII.
A Duluth family was immersed in a mystery for more than 50 years. After World War II, they were left to wonder about a loved one who never returned home from fighting overseas.
A Duluth woman and her son decided to make the journey of a lifetime, to learn more about their family history.
Wilber Littler was born in 1915 and grew up on a small farm in the Cass Lake, MN area. Times were tough, especially during the Depression, and survival literally meant relying on your skills as a farmer, hunter and fisherman. Money and jobs were scarce.