University of Minnesota Extension officials remind farmers and landowners they have until the end of March to make their crop program choices under the 2014 farm bill.
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It may be damp outside from Monday’s rainfall, but it’s time to hit the driver range at Enger Park Golf Course.
The vitamin world is speaking to children. But when it comes to taking daily supplements, pediatricians say kids don’t necessarily need them.
It’s a step that may help younger generations in Grand Rapids not only stay safe but also get more fit.
Art appreciation is growing with each stroke of the brush in Grand Rapids.
Decision Made After Story of Death
The debate over MNsure’s future is taking an emotional turn.
Food Shelf in Hayward is Getting a New Home
On March 17th, the Hayward Community Food Shelf is moving around the corner to 16216 W Hwy 63.
Proposed Pilot Program Would Give Inmates Butcher's License
Need some steaks for the grill? Get a fresh cut from a Minnesota correctional facility.
Group Travels to Make a Point About Sunday Liquor Sales in MN
A caravan of vehicles drove from the Minnesota Capitol to a liquor store in neighboring Wisconsin to make a point.
Funding Needed to Prevent Cuts at MN Poison Center
Minnesota’s Poison Center says it needs more funding from the state, or else it will have to scale back its 24-hour emergency call center.
Nearly a dozen fire departments responded to a house fire Saturday evening in Mountain Iron.
Minnesota officials will learn more this week about the health, economic and environmental effects of pipelines carrying crude oil from North Dakota and Canada through Minnesota.
More than 150 youth voices came together to sing.
Bockfest is a traditional celebration of spring.
Concerned homeowners in Superior are coming together to clean up city parks — after finding a dirty needle at North 18th Street and Oakes Avenue.
A San Francisco-based start-up company is using artificial intelligence to detect and prevent cancer, pushing medicine firmly into the 21st century.
Wanted for Drug Possession, Assault, Probation Violation
Duluth Police and the Lake Superior Drug and Violent Crime Task Force are again asking for the public’s help in locating 30 year old, Raymond Valentino Bowser.
Construction Continues at Lafarge Site
Work is moving along at the former Lafarge site for the new Pier B development.
Proposal Would Help Parents in MN with Child Care Costs
Minnesota officials are hoping to do more to help parents with childcare.
Bald Eagles Make Their Way Back to Minnesota
Bald eagles are migrating back to Minnesota, and the Department of Natural Resources says they may be seen in large numbers across parts of the state over the next few weeks.
Homicide Arrest Made in Hayward
Hayward Police say they have a 31–year–old woman in custody for a homicide.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Medical Association have joined forces to reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes.
MN Bill Would Change Fireworks Law
The ban on the sale and use of fireworks in Minnesota would come to an end if a bill chief-authored by State Representative Jason Rarick (R-Pine City) becomes law.
Billy Casper Golf (BCG), recently appointed manager of the City of Duluth’s popular Enger Park and Lester Park golf courses, has job openings at several operational levels at both properties.
Two Arrested in Connection to Robberies in Northern WI
On Wednesday March 11, at about 2 p.m. a deputy from the Sawyer County Sheriff’s Department made a traffic stop on a suspect vehicle in several armed robberies that had occurred in the city of Hayward, the city of Rice Lake and the city of Ashland.
Hand-Feeding Bears Could be Illegal in Minnesota
A proposal moving through the Minnesota legislature would ban feeding wild bears by hand.
U.S. Steel to Idle Plant in May; 412 Employees Impacted
United States Steel Corporation announced Thursday it will temporarily idle its Minnesota Ore Operations – Keetac plant in Keewatin, Minn., effective May 13.
A Republican move to minimize the roll of seniority in teacher layoff decisions is scheduled for its first Senate test.
Proposals Would Expand Some Access to Firearms
A House panel was set Thursday morning to debate a handful of proposals that would expand some access to firearms.
A longtime trucking business is now open and hiring at least 30 people in Proctor.
Parents know the conversation too well. Your baby is clearly trying to tell you something, but they haven’t mastered the use of words yet.
Superior Police Search for Armed Robber
Superior Police investigating early Wednesday morning armed robbery at the Super 8 Motel located at 4901 East 2nd St.
Battle with Bear Researcher Costs Minnesota Taxpayers
An ongoing legal battle between the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and an Ely bear researcher has cost taxpayers roughly $430,000.
Duluth Depot Creates New Position four 4 Museums
The St. Louis County Heritage and Arts Center, also known as The Depot, has welcomed a new position to facility.
Man Robs Flat Creek Inn & Suites in Hayward
On March 10th, 2015, at approximately 3:18 a.m. City of Hayward Police Officers were dispatched to Flat Creek Inn & Suites reference an armed robbery in progress.
Suspect On The Loose
Superior police are on the hunt for a man who robbed a gas station at gunpoint.
Black Bear Bakery
An Iron Range business has bounced back after it was damaged in a fire about two months ago.
An Iron Range 8th-grader has landed a spot in the National Spelling Bee. Eighth grade student Cade Klimek of Chisholm High School is a whiz with words.
The Wisconsin state AFL-CIO and two local unions have filed a lawsuit seeking to at least temporarily stop implementation of Wisconsin’s new right-to-work law.
Officials Remind Riders of Safety Hazards
Warm weather has riders taking their motorcycles out on Minnesota roads, and safety is critical, especially early in the riding season.
Minnesota officials are providing their first update to the state’s unemployment picture since January.
Students in Bayfield are getting a hands-on experience as they help to protect the state’s only endangered mammal species.
While you may be enjoying the beautiful spring view, millions of Americans are in misery with watery itchy eyes, runny noses and sneezing.
If you didn’t get out to the Apostle Islands ice caves you’ll have to wait another year as they closed Monday evening at dusk.
It’s been a week and a half since and 8-year-old Solon Springs boy fell off the chair lift at Spirit Mountain.
Would Help Catch Suspected Police Killers
The Minnesota House has voted overwhelmingly to set up a statewide alert system aimed at catching suspected police killers.
Snowmobile & Logging Truck Involved in Crash in Cass County
Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch reports that on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 11:53 AM, the Cass County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a snowmobile crash involving a logging truck on the Goose Lake Trail in Hiram Township, rural Hackensack MN.
Gov. Walker Signs Right-to-Work Bill into Law
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has signed a right-to-work bill into law, striking another blow against organized labor four years after effectively ending collective bargaining for public-sector workers.
Body Found After Fire Extinguished at Pine County Home
On March 7, 2015 at approximately midnight, the Pine County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a structure fire on Hammond Rd in Finlayson Township.
A handful of people turned out to embrace and celebrate winter Saturday afternoon in Canal Park.