When you think of education, many times art is ignored. But Friday night, The Duluth Community celebrated visual literacy.
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Friday evening, a Hermantown native and St. Scholastic graduate, is preparing to embark on the journey of a lifetime to raise awareness for mental health.
There's a strong push by some Minnesota lawmakers to redefine what a school should provide to its community.
A racist picture that went viral sparked a community conversation to move past the hate Thursday.
After a yearlong investigation on assistant principal Jac Fleming the Hibbing School Board fired him after reports of discrimination against female students.
Continental Ski and Bike is teaching a limited class, providing 8 lucky people the opportunity for a $40 community service scholarship
The Duluth School Board has learned it no longer needs to consider adjusting its elementary boundaries for the next school year
The Carlton County Drug Court celebrates grand opening at the county courthouse.
A College in Northern Wisconsin has hired a journalist and research scientist to co-direct a new center dedicated to freshwater issues.
Duluth students practiced their “please and thank yous" on Tuesday and learned which fork to use at meals.
Governor Walker's proposed budget will cut funding to Wisconsin's Harbor Assistance Program.
It’s a step that may help younger generations in Grand Rapids not only stay safe but also get more fit.
For the second year in a row, you're able to get more than just books and electronics from the Duluth Public Library.
Area school children are teaming up with CHUM, a local food shelf, to end hunger in the Northland.
More than 150 youth voices came together to sing.