“The Eyes of Freedom” Lima Company Memorial started off as a vision by Anita Miller from Columbus, Ohio who wanted to help grieving families of soldiers who died on the battlefield.
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Students in the Twin Ports Learn From Exotic Animals
About 400 kids journeyed by bus to the Lake Superior Zoo for the annual Earth Tracks event.
Duluth's Mayor Promotes Bike Riding
Duluthians gathered for a two mile ride to promote active transportation.
The 7th semiannual Duluth Junk Hunt kicked off in the Heritage Sports Center Friday in West Duluth.
‘It’s pretty neat, it gets the job done so that’s good,” Tube Filler creator Sam Reiswig said.
Lakewood Elementary scholars, teachers and community members tagged, cut and bagged buckthorn from the school’s forest property.
Nearly a dozen churches in Duluth were burglarized last year.
Bear Leaves Tree in Downtown Duluth
The black bear who camped out outside Duluth City Hall has made a move from politics.
Business Offers Sweet Gifts for Mom in Duluth
Flowers and chocolate will be in high demand this weekend for Mother’s Day.
Anglers Gear Up for MN Fishing Opener
The Minnesota fishing opener has not officially started but warmer temperatures have anglers getting their boats and gear ready a lot earlier than last year.
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“Some days I feel like a real runner out there,” said Mimi Stedner.
The Zip-It has become somewhat of a YouTube phenomenon.
Dunkin Donuts to Hold Hiring Fair Tuesday
Dunkin Donuts will host a job fair Tuesday at the Residence Inn from 10 a.m. to 6.
The community came together to help support a local nonprofit that gives a second chance to animals.
UWS held a conference Sunday diving into hot and debatable topics.
Last year there were more than 70 motorcyclist fatalities in Wisconsin.
St. Mark AME Church in Duluth hosted its second annual Spirit of Summer Fashion Show and Salad Luncheon.
Northlanders filled Bayfront Park for the first annual Buddies not Bullies 5K walk.
Tourism Dollars Up 5.5% from 2013
Tourism is the number three industry in Wisconsin behind agriculture and manufacturing.
Courthouse Opened for Law Day Celebration in Duluth
More people than usual spent the day in court but not for what you might think.
Duluth Students Help Earthquake Victims
St. Scholastica students are raising money to help earthquake victims in Nepal.
Race Benefits New Non-Profit
A new walk is kicking off this weekend to raise awareness about an issue affecting millions of kids.
A new event is kicking off in Duluth this Friday to teach people about the judicial system and its key players.
Businesses from across Minnesota zoned in on Duluth to learn how to expand their social media presence.
Mining Troubles Hit Duluth Manufacturer
A few years ago ME Elecmetal in west Duluth finished its $12 million dollar expansion during a time when business was booming.
Unemployed Northlanders and veterans made their way to Superior Wednesday.
Glensheen Mansion recently installed a live web cam onto its boat house.
Gary Anderson announced plans to represent district one, currently overseen by Jennifer Julsrud.
After training in the Twin Cities and other locations, Duluth Police Mounted Patrol officers are almost ready to saddle up and get back on streets.
Hundreds of players filled the Duluth Heritage Sports Center to work on their soccer skills.
The 7th annual Fairy Princess Ball is a fun and magical event for girls of all ages that weave in lessons of philanthropy and giving back.
More than 600 bikes were sold at the 9th annual Bike Swap.
An empty space in downtown Duluth is getting a creative touch.
At the Gilbert Public Library, you can borrow a book or a gently used prom dress.
Local educators came together Thursday to help create a better learning experience for students.
The Wall of Heroes memorial was unveiled Thursday at St. Luke’s to pay tribute to nearly 700 organ, tissue and eye donors.
The Duluth Fire Department tells FOX 21 they received a call earlier this week at about 7:30 p.m. that one of the oldest and tallest trees in the historic park was on fire.
A campaign kicked off this week to help people better manage their personal finances.
Five businesses were honored at the 23rd annual Joel Labovitz Entrepreneurial Success Awards held inside the DECC.
A new event kicked off this weekend to help build community projects just outside of Superior.
In the tourism months Canal Park restaurants will open additional seating and hotels will be full 7 days a week which means they need to add more staff to their businesses to meet the demand.
The March of Dimes Northland Chapter held a fundraiser at On the Rocks Art Studio in Canal Park.
Locals lined up at 5 o’clock in the morning just to get their hands on exclusive tunes and collector’s items.
Volunteers started raising about 1,800 roses at the Lakewalk Rose Garden.
A distracted driving safety event kicked off in the Miller Hill Mall.
The 18th biannual Birth and Baby Fair kicked off inside the Coppertop Church in Duluth.
Job Fair in Canal Park This Sunday
Are you looking for a job and enjoy serving others?
Rummage Sale Fights Bullying
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?
Superior Continues with Ash Tree Removal
Less snow is making it possible for crews to continue removing ash trees in Superior.
Duluth Could See Cuts to Local Government Aid
This legislative season the GOP led House is proposing a bill that would cut local government aid to Duluth, Minneapolis and St. Paul which would save the state a combined $85 million.