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St Scholastica Starts Of Their Christmas Season

St. Scholastica Lights Tree On Campus

The college of St. Scholastica held its 21st annual tree lighting ceremony Tuesday night to kick off the holiday season on campus.

Bentleyville Brought To Seniors

City Hosts 30th Annual Holiday Banquet with Bentleyville

It was a night filled with joy for seniors at the DECC Tuesday as the 30th annual Holiday Banquet and Bentleyville Tour of Lights -- indoors.

Art On Display

50 Artists Get Creative At Sami Cultural Center

Art was on display at the Sami Cultural Center Tuesday. Nearly 50 artists from across the United States were put to the task of creating a post card sized piece of artwork.

21st Century Cures Act Funds Fighting Opioid Crisis

Bill Could Secure Funding For Fight Against Opioids

A bill that would set aside one billion dollars to fight the nation's opioid crisis passed with a landslide vote in the U.S. Senate.

Reward Fundraiser For Apparent Hit-And-Run Victim

Reward Fundraiser Launched For Accident Victim

A GoFundMe account is now set up to help find answers for an Iron Range family whose son was killed in an apparent hit-and-run.

Superior Veteran Remembers Pearl Harbor

Superior Veteran Remembers Pearl Harbor

One area World War II veteran remembers hearing about Pearl Harbor when he was fourteen. At seventeen, he enlisted and saw the site for himself.

Duluth City Budget

Duluth City Council Looks to Pass Budget at Next Meeting

In their next meeting, the Duluth City Council hopes to pass the city's budget and tax levy.

Douglas County Recount Results

Douglas County Finishes Election Recount

The election recount in Douglas County has wrapped up and officials say the difference from the original count isn't substantial but is only a difference of fourteen votes.

Officials locate refrigerator as potential source of warehouse fire

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives says it is looking at the possibility that a refrigerator or other appliance was the source of a warehouse fire that killed 36 people.

Democrats rip proposal to raise Wisconsin state park fees

Wisconsin Democrats are blasting a Department of Natural Resources report that proposes raising state park fees and selling naming rights to park facilities.

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