Almanac North - July 25, 2014

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Video Summary

Topics: “Will Mayor Ness Run Again?” & “Huntley to Head Rural Health Organization” & “UMD Antarctica Ice Drilling Project”

Description: Will he run or won’t he? Duluth Mayor Don Ness was here to talk about his future, including the possibility he may not run for a third term as mayor.

Rep. Tom Huntley is retiring from the Minnesota Legislature after 22-years, but he will continue to work on health care policy issues in his new role with the Minnesota Rural Health Association.

And a UMD Science Professor’s project has won a $9-million dollar grant to drill through miles of ice to Antarctic bedrock.

Guests: Don Ness, Duluth Mayor; Rep. Tom Huntley, DFL-Duluth; John Goodge, UMD Professor of Earth & Environmental Science

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