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Teri Cadeau

General assignment and community reporter

Teri Cadeau is a general assignment and neighborhood reporter for the Duluth News Tribune. Originally from the Iron Range, Cadeau has worked for several community newspapers in the Duluth area for eight years including: The Duluth Budgeteer News, Western Weekly, Weekly Observer, Lake County News-Chronicle and occasionally, the Cloquet Pine Journal. When not working, she's an avid reader and crafter.
Contact her at 218-830-2186 or tcadeau@duluthnews.com.

Her disappearance in Chisholm, Minnesota, remains unsolved, without much evidence. It prompted law enforcement agencies in the state's Northland region to create one of Minnesota's two child abduction response teams.
The names of the victims and suspect of a double homicide in Culver Township have been released by law enforcement.
A random Facebook message led to reporter Teri Cadeau reuniting a relative with a photo of her brother who died in Vietnam.
The family of Richard Balsimo Jr. held a walk Sunday in Duluth to raise awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous men and to call for changes to the justice system.
Highway 1 remains partially closed, while Highway 2 is now open to all traffic.
A cohort of Minnesota politicians visited with firefighters working on the Greenwood Fire on Monday.
Due to rain and lower temperatures decreasing fire activity, the full closure of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness will be lifted on Sept. 4.
Cooler weather and higher levels of humidity have helped keep wildfires in the Superior National Forest from continuing to grow this weekend.
Near-critical fire weather prompted 159 more evacuations in northeastern Minnesota on Monday.
A 200-acre wildfire has forced closures on Isle Royale National Park, while other wildfires in the Superior National Forest remained about the same size Sunday.