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The Superior and Douglas County Chamber Restaurant Week kicks off on Sunday.
The rotary club of Duluth 25 is celebrating the 31st annual Rotary rose Day.
The College of St. Scholastica is welcoming homecoming this weekend, and students are excited for the activities to come.
Dr. Colette McCarrick Geary was appointed as the president of the college on April 1st of this year, and started her term on July 1st.
American Singer-Song Writer Bob Dylan received the 2016 Nobel Literature Award for “having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.”
One local shop in Grand Rapids is making quite the impact on local sweet tooth lovers in the area. It all started up with those near and dear to Sandy Gauwitz.
With the temperatures dropping rapidly, homeowners are preparing to get their houses ready for the winter.
Cloquet’s R.W. Lindholm Service Station, better known as the Frank Lloyd Wright Gas station, is getting new owners.
The City of Cloquet received grant funds to help low income home owners improve their homes, and has 10 slots left for people who want to apply.
The storm in Florida is affecting those on the east coast, but it’s also a concern for some Northlanders who have homes in the sunshine state.
A big storm earlier this year wreaked havoc at Hartley Nature center, tearing down trees, and leaving the park closed for months.
It’s Fire Prevention Week, and fire departments are working to educate people on how to stay safe.
Music, beer, and brats. The cook county community fund and Voyageur Brewing Company is hosting Oktoberfest.
Deep reds, vibrant oranges, and mustard yellow; the autumn colors draw people from across the world to the Northland.
If you’re still not wide awake on this Thursday, don’t feel guilty about drinking an extra cup of coffee.
It’s Active Aging Week, and YMCA in Superior is teaming up with Essentia Health to promote healthy activities for seniors.
The Duluth Fire Department responded to a fire at the dug out at the Woodland Recreation center on Sunday around 1 in the afternoon.
Workers from across the state are in Duluth for the Minnesota AFL-CIO Convention that started Sunday.
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A traveling Marine Debris Exhibit made a stop at University of Wisconsin Superior.
It’s a Cinderella story for High School Girls in the Northland.
Pet owners are welcomed to bring their unwanted fish or reptiles to animal Allies in Duluth on Saturday. But it’s not just so your pet can find a permanent home.
An annual tradition 41 years in the making continues in Duluth.
City leaders in Hermantown are hoping voters will vote “Yes” for a planned health and wellness center.
Glensheen and Second Harvest Food Bank have been working together for 10 years to fight Hunger in the Northland.
Jack Wieben Has been hunting, with both bows and rifles, ever since he can remember.
Leaves haven’t started falling quite yet, but before we know it it’ll be Christmas.
Republican businessman Stewart Mills came just shy of winning Minnesota’s 8th District Congressional seat in 2014.
Sammy’s in Superior closed more than two years ago. Now, as the signs say outside, “We’re back!”
A popular Duluth restaurant is gearing up for its own grand opening at a new location in Superior.
“Dogs are a man’s best friend.”But the saying doesn’t stand for some ranchers, farmers, and politicians, when the dogs are the biggest ones in the canine family, and threaten the livelihood of some people.
Doctors urge the public to get a flu shot.
The Duluth Transit Authority is expanding its Grocery Express program with the goal of helping more Northlanders.
This month many Northlanders will be focusing on helping each other and sharing how you can prevent suicide.
Hundreds of people turned out for the annual Pride Parade in Superior.
In the last few years interest in eating locally grown and organic foods have risen across the country. Many cities have local gardens, and schools have gardening and farming programs.
Community members were invited to hop on board the University of Minnesota Duluth’s Large Lakes Observatory Science on Deck.
The largest crop ever produced by University of Minnesota Duluth’s Sustainable Agriculture project is being harvested.
Veterans had the chance to get information and learn about resources that could help them, at an event at the DECC.
Minnesota Congressman Rick Nolan is adding one more endorsement to his list of supporters as he seeks reelection in the fall.
El Galeon is a replica of a 16th century Galleon, and is the only one in the world that sails today.
Tall Ships wrapped up Sunday evening, and crews are working to make Canal Park look as clean as before the big event.
The Superior Street reconstruction project is on a temporary hold, after Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton announced there will be no special legislative session this year.
Thousands of people are pouring in to Duluth for the Tall Ships.
The City of Grand Rapids sees a large number of Deer related car accidents each year, and the deer also impact the vegetation in the city limits. But The Minnesota Department of Natural resources is working on a solution.
There’s something for everyone at the Itasca County Fair.
The city of Duluth is known for its elite trails and now its celebrating a new honor.
National Light House day is around the corner, and the Lake Superior Marine Museum is celebrating a little early.
Community members continue to drop off trees and debris at debris drop-off sites after recent storms. It’s affecting the length of time the drop off sites will stay open.
The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation is looking for donations to meet a 25 thousand dollar matching grant to help with storm recovery.