Montgomery man injured in crash
GAYLORD — A Montgomery man sustained non-life threatening injuries Friday after a crash near Gaylord on Highway 5.
Bruce A. Wuollet, 63, was driving a Chevrolet Silverado southbound on 441st Avenue at 5:49 p.m. when the vehicle collided with a Chevrolet Tahoe driven by Benjamin D. Bowers, 33, of New Auburn, eastbound on the highway, according to a State Patrol report.
Wuollet was transported to Ridgeview Sibley Medical Center in Arlington for treatment. Bowers and his passenger weren’t injured in the crash, according to the report.
North Shore resort sold for $15 million
TWO HARBORS — A large resort on Minnesota’s North Shore of Lake Superior has been sold for $15 million.
The sale of Superior Shores Resort near Two Harbors to North Shore Resort Company continues a trend of major hospitality transactions along the popular vacation destination.
North Shore Resorts is a family owned company led by Bryce Campbell and his mother, Sheila, who also own Lutsen Resorts and Campbell Hospitality Group in Ontario.
Superior Shores has 184 units among the lodge, lake homes and the Burlington Bay condo development. Bryce Campbell says 131 units are included in the sale; the others are privately owned.
The 30-acre property includes Kamloops, a bar and restaurant; four pools and an event center that can accommodate up to 280 people.
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Duluth officer back on the job
DULUTH — A Duluth police officer who dragged a handcuffed man through the city’s skywalk is back on the job.
Officer Adam Huot returned to work at the Duluth Police Department on Monday, assigned to desk-job duties, police spokeswoman Ingrid Hornibrook said.
In 2017, Huot handcuffed a man who had refused to leave the city’s skywalk system. Huot grabbed the chain connecting the cuffs and dragged the man about 100 feet. The man’s head struck a metal doorway.
The Duluth Police Union challenged his firing. A labor arbitrator ruled that Huot’s conduct warranted discipline but not dismissal. The arbitrator’s decision was upheld in district court and the state Appeals Court, and the state Supreme Court declined to hear the city’s appeal.
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