Hundreds came out for the 9th Annual Autism Walk Northland Sunday.
Author: Maya Holmes
“’The doctors told us she wasn’t going to make it to a year old,” said Chelsea’s adopted father Andy Bockovich.
Some Lake Superior beaches and shorelines got a little t.l.c.
A local food bank recognized those helping to relieve hunger.
The infamous story of a local tragedy will soon hit the stage.
This weekend kids can go hunting in Minnesota without a license.
After founding and directing the Gay Lesbain Bisexual Transgender Services office for 15 years, Angie Nichols has stepped down.
Happiness, bright pigments and glitter filled Bayfront Park Sunday.
According to the Duluth Police Department, there have been 51 reported vehicle prowls and 25 reported burglaries in the neighborhood since June.
The Salvation Army kicked off their third annual Dunkin’ in Duluth 3 on 3 tournament and free throw contest.
A local family business celebrated a milestone Saturday.
The third annual Cruisin for Cancer will kick off Saturday.
Power Boat Championships to Start in Superior
It’s an event that’s the first of its kind in Superior.
Preparations are underway for the third annual Hot Air Balloon Festival.
Duluth Business Shows Support for Community
An area accounting and business firm shut down its office to give back to the community.
Bicyclists Show Support for Duluth Businesses
Two dollars and two wheels are how a new Duluth campaign is hoping to bring more support for protected bike lanes.
Group Pushes for Ranked Choice Voting in Duluth
With just a 17% voter turnout for Tuesday’s primary election in Duluth, a local group is asking for the city to eliminate its primary and adopt Ranked Choice Voting, where voters can pick more than just one candidate.
Iron Range Event Offers Free Family Fun
People of all ages can enjoy crafts, games, concessions, special appearances and safety presentations at this year’s Chisholm Kiwanis Kids Day.
Student Explore Technical Fields on the Iron Range
“I haven’t really looked at all of my options yet,” Deer River High School junior Sophie Lindquist said.
This weekend was one for the record books for the 5th annual Engwall’s Corn Maze.
A unique, all-class reunion rekindled decades old relationships and memories Sunday.
“Just try to get some rest and stretch a little bit, crack my back and we’ll see what happens,” UWS student and Veteran Thomas Naughton said.
People from all over the Northland and beyond made the trip to Duluth Saturday to celebrate their catholic faith.
Tansy Faire kicked off a craft show inside the Carnegie Library featuring more than 40 local businesses and crafters.
The 22nd annual Harvest Festival featured about 60 farmers markets with locally grown produce and treats at Bayfront Park.
Thirty–one fifth graders from Lake Superior Elementary spread 600 pounds of wild rice in the St. Louis River Estuary.
Educators in Duluth Kick Off Farm to School Program
“Carrots, squash, beans, potatoes,” Lincoln Park Middle School student Abby Longnaker said.
Organizers Get Ready for Field of Screams in Chisholm
Preparations are underway for an event in Chilsholm only meant for the brave.
Renovated Call Center Means More Jobs on the Iron Range
“It’s an exciting time for us,” said Delta Air Lines associate customer engagement director Tony Zupancich.
This weekend horses and their owners will hit the trails in the name of charity.
Former Lt. Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon says after reviewing candidates for the 5th district seat, she has decided to endorse Janet Kennedy.
Protect Wildlife by Watching What You Put in Trash
Recycling bins and garbage cans that are not secure can lure in animals who smell leftover food in containers, possibly leading to a dangerous situation.
The Armory Arts and Music Center kicked off a series of events celebrating its 100 birthday.
“Everybody’s human, we’re all the same family,” said Amy Hill.
Community Search Effort Reunites A Woman And Her Horse
“She looks great,” said Willow’s owner Etta Souder. “She’s not hurt, she looks great.”
Donate don’t dump is the motivation behind a dorm sale held on Saint Scholastica’s campus.
The Island Inn and Suites is proposing to build a hotel on 1000 Minnesota Avenue.
“It will be a good thing for the community,” Duluth director of planning Keith Hamre said.
An area university welcomed students starting a new chapter in their life.
Some local hospitals have been seeing an uptick in sinus and allergy-related visits.
AMSOIL Powerboat Championship Set for September 19
For the first time, the city will host the AMSOIL Powerboat Championship.
SmartAsset.com has ranked Duluth as one of the top three least-stressed cities in all of the United States.
Gas Prices Lower on Iron Range
Iron Range drivers are also enjoying the low gas prices.
Fallen Deputy Sheriff Honored in St. Louis County
At only 50-years-old, deputy sheriff Bradley Anderson died in an accident while responding to an emergency call, leaving behind a wife and two sons.
Telemedicine Services Expand on Iron Range
A new grant is helping Essentia Health deliver a special service to patients in rural areas.
More than 400 athletes put their endurance to the test in one of the fastest growing sports.
“Kind of hard to say goodbye cause this is the farthest away I’ve been from home,” UWS freshmen Ali Manthey said.
“Even after this you guys continue to meet up and bring your dogs out, that would be really awesome,” said Lindsey Asbury, Oscar’s owner.
The Minnesota Shoe Drive is asking people to donate new or almost new shoes, boots, socks or gift cards.
Local students are conducting research to help cure a disease that’s known as one of the top five killers in the world.