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Sleepout benefits Douglas County's homeless
HCE craft sale supports scholarships
Swenson remembered for Twin Ports philanthropy
Bell ringing competition helps those in need
Adam Thielen's cousin co-authors new book about his rise from small-town boy to NFL star
Awkward Duluth newscast banter lands on Jimmy Fallon
Harbormasters harmonies aid Habitat for Humanity
Fun of a spooky nature for all at the library
Concert commemorates WWI end
WAEA (Wisconsin Art Education Association) Art Show Recipient
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September 25, 2018
'Unsustainable, unfulfilled and unfunded': City of Duluth may stop taking requests to clear snowy sidewalks
DULUTH — If a municipal plow pushes snow onto the freshly shoveled sidewalk of your Duluth home, it's the city's responsibility clear it...
September 25, 2018 - 9:45pm
March 20, 2018
Superior, Douglas County winter trails close
The city also announced that all recreational trails in Superior are closed to motorized use.
March 20, 2018 - 9:37am
March 7, 2018
Dad builds luge run for backyard fun
ALEXANDRIA, Minn.—Danny Sieve needed a way to get his three daughters out of the house and away from the screens of electronics. So he...
March 7, 2018 - 6:00am
February 18, 2018
Taking the classroom to the lake
CHERRY, Minn. — Ten-year-old Joey Smith, a fifth-grader at Cherry School, clutched the northern pike in two gloved hands. The wide-eyed...
February 18, 2018 - 11:25am
January 30, 2018
Schouweiler claims fourth Beargrease mid-distance win
ON THE GUNFLINT TRAIL, Minn. — Martha Schouweiler received hugs and congratulations as she walked into Trail Center Lodge on Monday morning,...
January 30, 2018 - 5:31am
January 14, 2018
Push to curb vehicle idling gains little steam in frigid ND, Minnesota
In April 2015, members of Girl Scout Troop 34001 went before the Grand Forks City Council to request that council members enact an ordinance...
January 14, 2018 - 2:45pm
December 27, 2017
Northern Minnesota sees record lows as cold snap continues
DULUTH, Minn. — Wednesday morning, Dec. 27, was the coldest one yet of the deep freeze that has settled into the Northland, with Cotton...
December 27, 2017 - 8:02pm
December 17, 2017
North Shore ski trail will allow fat-biking on trial basis
A 12-mile segment of the Norpine Trail System on the North Shore will be open to fat-bikers as well as cross-country skiers this winter. The...
December 17, 2017 - 6:35am
April 15, 2008
Snow storm hits local cemeteries
Her first view of Graceland Cemetery after Friday's blizzard left Gale Winter speechless. "I could have cried," she said. The storm felled 10 big pine trees and a few headstones at the site in the town of Superior along Cemetery Road. "We have trees that are uprooted and trees...
April 15, 2008 - 12:00am
April 10, 2008
Storm will hit abruptly and hard
Snow is expected to start abruptly and hard in the Twin Ports by about 8 p.m. tonight with up to 15 inches on the ground by the time snow ends early Saturday. Higher amounts, up to 20 inches and more, are possible in the higher elevations around Lake Superior. A broad area of central...
April 10, 2008 - 12:00am
January 26, 2008
Frigid weather strikes the Northland
The past week has thrown some frigid temperatures at the Northland. Because of this, animal activity (and some human activity) has been limited. During cold stretches it would take more energy to forage and keep warm, so some wildlife will lay low and rely on fat reserves to conserve...
January 26, 2008 - 12:00am