Education in the News

APEX Donates Winter Gear to Working Students

HERMANTOWN, Minn.-  Northland high school students are working on a construction project, but with the temperatures getting chillier a local group of business leaders are ensuring students have the necessities. Members of the Area…

UW-Superior Receives Narcan Kits

SUPERIOR, Wis. -Nine campuses in the University of Wisconsin system will be provided with free Narcan nasal spray, this includes UW-Superior. Law enforcement and campus security will receive the spray to treat opioid overdoses. "Narcan is…

UMD Athletic Director Signs Contract Extension

DULUTH, Minn. - The University of Minnesota Duluth and Athletic Director Josh Berlo, have agreed to a two-year contract extension. The extension would put his contract that he signed in…

Partnership Provides Narcan to UW Campuses

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The overdose-reversing drug Narcan will be available for use by security officers on all University of Wisconsin campuses. Attorney General Brad Schimel joined the UW System President Ray Cross to make the announcement Wednesday. A partnership…

'Choralaires' from Duluth East Perform Downtown

DULUTH, Minn. -- The songs of Christmas fill the atrium at the Holiday Center in downtown Duluth. These carolers are the Choralaires – a group of students from Duluth East High School. The…

District 709 Faces $1M in Projected Cuts

DULUTH, Minn.- The Duluth School District is facing more than one million dollars in projected budget cuts. The district is currently $400,ooo in the red. District officials tell us they only…

Education Department Urged to Resume Loan Cancellations

WASHINGTON (AP) - A government watchdog is urging the Education Department to resume the process of forgiving student loans for tens of thousands of Americans who were defrauded by for-profit colleges. In a report published Monday, the Office of Inspector…

On Sale Now, 'The Copper Hen Cookbook'

DULUTH, Minn. - Cooking can be difficult for many of us, whether it be finding certain ingredients or the time to perfect the best dishes, but one Duluthian is looking to eliminate…

Curriculum Changing for Biology Students at CSS

DULUTH, Minn. -- Things are changing in the biology program at the College of Saint Scholastica. At this Environmental Showcase event, freshman students discuss science posters from research projects they’ve been working on…

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