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Aug 05, 2019 - The Wisconsin State Journal

DULUTH, Minn. - Rapidly rising water levels in the Great Lakes are damaging shorelines and creating uncertainty for lakeshore residents.

Duluth has dealt with three major storms on Lake Superior in less than two years, with the latest hitting last October. The city's construction project supervisor, Mike LeBeau, said high water levels are making the storms even more destructive, Minnesota Public Radio News reported. Duluth officials estimate total damage from the three storms at nearly $30...