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Spiders Leave Zoo

Tarantula Exhibit Leaving Lake Superiro Zoo

The Spiders are Leaving Lake Superior Zoo.

Beauty School Options

Beauty School Students Rush to Find Options After School Closes

Regency’s displaced students are rushing to Cosmetology schools like Cosmetology Careers Unlimited-Duluth, and the program at WITC Superior.

Grandma s Marathon Registration

Registration for Grandma's Marathon Begins Soon

Fall has only just begun but registration for the 41st Grandma's Marathon will open this Saturday.

Runway Renovations

The Duluth International Airport Will Soon Rehabilitate the Main Runway

The two mile long runway that has been in use for 60 years will soon be undergoing renovations which could affect businesses that regularly utilize the airport.

Transfer Agreements

A New Partnership to Ease the Transfer Process for students

A special announcement was made today for Lake Superior College and the University of Wisconsin–Superior.

Superior Connection Makes Transfers Easier for UWS and LSC Students

Lake Superior College and the University of Wisconsin Superior announced a new formal partnership to further ease the transfer process between the two institutes.

Milwaukee Police Chief Will Not Release Video of Shooting

Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn said he won't go against the advice of the state's attorney general and local district attorney to release the video of a fatal police shooting that sparked riots.

After 27 Years Finally Answers in the Jacob Wetterling Case

Resolution Honoring Life of Jacob Wetterling Passes the Senate

U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken announced that the Senate resolution they introduced honoring the life of Jacob Wetterling and the advocacy of the Wetterling family on behalf of missing and exploited children has passed the Senate.

Obama Signs Short-Term Bill to Keep Government from Shutting Down

President Barack Obama has signed a short-term funding bill to keep the government from shutting down at the end of the week.

Bountiful Cranberry Harvest Expected in Wisconsin

Wisconsin cranberry growers are expected an above-average crop yield this year because of nearly ideal growing conditions.

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