Education in the News

Unique Flute Player Visits Charter Schools

DULUTH, Minn. - Students at the Edison Charter Schools got a special treat today as they got a unique look at Native American history. Flute player Darren Thompson visited seventh and eighth graders…

Bill Bars UW Employees from Working at Planned Parenthood

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - University of Wisconsin employees would no longer be allowed to work part-time at Planned Parenthood under a bill supported by anti-abortion advocates that's up for a public hearing. The Republican-backed measure to be heard by the…

Northforce hosts Mentor Connection

DULUTH, Minn. - Business leaders in the Northland met with college students from the area to mentor them in their potential career field. The Mentor Connection event happened at The Great Lakes Aquarium…

Craft Sale Benefits Local Food Shelves

SUPERIOR, Wis. - This weekend you can collect some cool crafts for a good cause. The HCE (Douglas County Association for Home and Community Education) Annual Craft Sale is Saturday, October 7 from…

Sprout Film Festival

DULUTH, Minn- ARC Northland hosted the highly celebrated and award winning Sprout Film Festival tonight. Based around people with disabilities, the festival provides an enlightening that break the stereotypes of people with…

Grandparents Parenting Over Again

PROCTOR, Minn- Some would say that parenting is tough to begin with, but what if you had to do it all over again as a grandparent? Sadly it's not uncommon in the Northland for…

UMD Takes Back The Night

DULUTH, Minn- Wednesday, the campus of UMD vowed to 'Take Back the Night.' It's an event held every year where students and faculty gather to show their support for survivors of…

LSC Waiving Application Fee for October

DULUTH, Minn. - Lake Superior College has announced it will be waiving its $20 application fee for the entire month of October, as part of a statewide initiative to encourage students to explore their higher education options. This year's fall…

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