A retiring Duluth police lieutenant will return belongings of a teen murdered 34 years ago to her family as one of his last duties on the job.
To say that Dale Klapmeier is excited about general aviation would be a gross understatement. Klapmeier is co-founder and CEO of Duluth-based Cirrus Aircraft, the company that revolutionized safety in small airplanes.
A jury has found that a Minnesota airplane maker was not responsible for the crash of a small jet into a Manhattan apartment building that killed New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and his flight instructor.
Business at Cirrus Aircraft of Duluth is holding steady, despite struggles in the aviation industry.