A long time leader at the College of St. Scholastic has announced his retirement. In 1 year, CSS will be welcoming in new leadership as Larry Goodwin made his official announcement Wednesday afternoon.
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Students at Denfeld High School presented their custom-designed stained glass projects Tuesday to the community.
Minnesota community college students could one day have an easier time moving to a four-year state school.
Two vacant Duluth schools have been officially sold to a real estate developer, according to district officials.
If you buy second hand goods this weekend it will help out a local cause. Are you looking for a job and enjoy serving others?
Many questions still remain about autism, and Thursday, UWS invited locals to discuss the joys and challenges of living with the disease.
UMD students have teamed with Animal Allies to create a scholarship for college students to train and register their pets to be certified therapy animals.
Students got a taste of the real world at the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Wednesday
The school board of District 318, made up of Grand Rapids and Big Fork, is deciding whether to renovate current buildings or seek funding for two completely new elementary schools.
UWS hosted its campus day of celebration Tuesday.
Monday marks the beginning of severe weather awareness week in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Spring rolls and chicken curry were just a few dishes bringing community members together.
Imagination was the focus of an event at the Duluth Public Library Saturday afternoon.
More than 100 kids learned about what to do if they're ever in an uncomfortable situation with a stranger or someone they know.
Friday, UWS students hosted “Science Night,”, where children and adults were invited to explore the marvels of chemistry, physics, and biology.