We're lucky living in the Northland, we can play both the Minnesota and the Wisconsin lottery. I don't usually play the lottery, but I did last Saturday in Minnesota. Didn't really have a clue but was told to ask for a quick pick. May have to do the same today with Wisconsin's since it's the third highest jackpot in the game's history!
I did not get to attend Friday night's UMD Men's Bulldog game to see this amazing shot, but I got several texts from friends that were there. You may have heard about it, but if you didn't see his shot to win the $50,000. Here it is! Congratulations!
B Raymond Buxton came forward on April Fools day to claim his $425 million dollar prize. He asked that the media leave him alone, that the public leave him alone, and that he is allowed to live in private. Is that acceptable in today's society?
It seems like every week I'm warning you of another scam to watch out for, sad isn't it! Thanks to the Cloquet Police Department we can avoid falling victim to the latest scam which involves you, your money and a fake check. Here's how it works:
You probably already have your guard up because of past scams that we've shared with you. But in the last few weeks the Duluth Police Department has received several reports relating to money transfer scams. These scams have come in a couple of forms including job postings placed on employment websites and people being contacted regarding large lottery/prize awards that they have supposedly won. These scams bilk the victims out of thousands of dollars. By sharing some important information perhaps you can better protect yourself.
This time of year, with all the present buying, snow shoveling and family visiting, rarely do we have a moment to really think through that year-end bonus we hope is coming. But there are some important things you should know about your bonus—before you rely on it to cover the cost of all the gifts you just bought.
Everyone needs a little financial guidance especially when we start to spend a little more on holiday necessities. Lutheran Social Services is bringing a new tool to the Duluth area that is free and can help you with your personal financial goals.
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