Every day Mark Liebaert treks across his 600 acres of land checking on his 85 head, the main source of income on his farm.
Author: Stef Manisero
Celebrating Ingenuity & Design Happening in Duluth
Thursday night, the Duluth Art Institute showcased the international stars that are born in Duluth at the first in a series of six discussions called ‘Design Duluth.’
Eliminating Sexual & Physical Abuse of Children in the Northland
Statistics show one out of every 10 children will be sexually abused before the age of 18, and only one in every 10 of those cases of abuse are reported.
City Bathed in Teal to Recognize, Bring Awareness to Deadly Disease
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, and starting Friday, Duluth will be bringing awareness to the disease as the aerial lift bridge and Enger Tower will be lit up in teal.
HDC Seeks $75,000 For New Location to Unite 8 Buildings Under One Roof
Duluthians enjoyed a night of dinner, dancing, and fundraising for the Human Development Center.
Duluth Children Learn About Eating Healthy, Harvesting Food
Thursday, families in Duluth’s Hillside neighborhoods celebrated the harvest at Myers–Wilkins Elementary.
Thousands of Skaters, Runners Enjoy A Course With A View
Duluth is getting ready to host thousands this weekend, as skaters and runners from all over the world are coming to town for the nation’s largest inline skating marathon, the NorthShore Inline Marathon.
Hundreds Prepare to Go Head-to-Head Down Garfield Avenue
A one–of–a–kind drag race is getting ready to take over Garfield Avenue in Duluth this weekend.
Myers-Wilkins 2nd Graders Head Back to School in Style
As we kick off this new school year, students at Myers–Wilkins Elementary will be doing so in fashion.
A Step Towards Enhancing Duluth's St. Louis River Corridor
Wednesday, plans to revamp the Spirit Lake Marina are taking new life.
Supporting, Uniting Union Employees & Families
Monday morning, the Superior Federation of Labor invited union families and union supporters to start their day the Superior way.
Honoring Addition of Ashland Harbor Breakwater Light to National Park System
Saturday afternoon, a welcoming party was held on the Ashland ore dock to honor the bipartisan work of Senator Tammy Baldwan and Congressman Sean Duffy.
Owner of Popular Wisconsin Restaurant Looks For Next Culinary Adventure
The owner of the Kounty Quarthouse tells FOX 21 she’s making sure to leave her business in good hands.
Experts: Delicate Balance Between Protecting Employees, Individual Privacy, No Discrimination
The shooting of two journalists on live television in Virginia, is a stark reminder that workplace violence is very much an issue across the nation.
City Councilors to Hold Special Meeting, Determine Wording of Ballot Question
One year ago, the Duluth City Council voted down ranked choice voting. Now, a Twin Cities–based organization is pushing Duluthians to favor this new type of voting, which has led the topic to resurface with the council.
Hundreds Expected to Spend Weekend Racing, Enjoying Water Sports
This weekend about 400 water–sport lovers are expected to be out on The Big Lake celebrating the 18th Annual Two Harbors Kayak Festival.
Public Invited to Get a Whiff of What Proposed Pig Barns Could Smell Like
Wednesday night the heated debate over a proposed hog farm just miles from Lake Superior continues at the Bandshell in Ashland.
Ordinance Introduced to Have Charter Commission Decide City Councilors Fee
Duluth city councilors are currently paid a flat fee of $833 each month for their service as a member of the council. But Monday night, one city councilor is looking to change the way that fee is determined.
Remembering the Nation's Largest Tar Sands Oil Spill into the Kalamazoo River
Sunday marks five years since an Enbridge pipeline dumped more than a million gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River, resulting in the nation’s largest tar sands oil spill.
Goodwill's New Superior Location Open to Customers, Donors
Thrifty shoppers and closet–cleaning donors visited Goodwill’s new Superior location for the first time Tuesday.
Healthy Foods, Farmers Markets Rank Duluth in Top 10 Best Food Cities
Duluth can add yet another title for the city, as Monday it was named the 4th best foodie city in the nation.
SCOTUS Makes Historic Decision
A landmark decision by the United States Supreme Court Friday, is making same–sex marriage legal in all fifty states.
Fourteen of the World's Finest Horses Perform at Amsoil Arena
For the first time ever, the royal horses are performing in the U.S. and the next stop on their tour is Duluth!
Lake Superior Bakehouse Begins Makeover of Old Coffee Shop
After 17 years serving as a staple of downtown Duluth, Jitters Coffee and Tea House now has new owners and a new name.
Water Levels See Improvement, Still Remain Below Average
Anglers are urged to take caution and ride slowly while out boating on Island Lake.
North Shore Scenic Railroad Offers Unique Grandma's Marathon Experience
There’s only one way for spectators to catch both the start and the finish of Grandma’s Marathon, and that’s to get on board the North Shore Scenic Railroad.
Getting in Last-Minute Runs Before the Big Race
All 50 states, along with 47 countries, will be represented on Saturday in Grandma’s Marathon.
Dubh Linn's Hosts Women's World Cup Viewing Party
Soccer fans were cheering on the red, white, and blue.
Asking to Make Public All Documents Regarding Child Sexual Abuse
Attorneys representing a man who says he’s a survivor of clergy abuse, appeared in St. Louis County Court in Duluth.
Thousands Get Ready to Cast Their Lines at Lake Vermilion
The Governor’s Fishing Opener is the official kick–off to the summer season.
Adding Men's & Women's Lacrosse, Multi-Million Dollar Stadium
Lacrosse is a sport quickly spreading from the coasts to the Midwest. Now, students at Northland College in Ashland are getting a chance to play on a brand new field.
Missing Unmarked Black 2013 Chevy Impala
The St. Louis County Sheriff’s office is on the hunt for one of its unmarked squad cars that’s been stolen.
Ideas To Be Incorporated Into 5-Year Comprehensive Plan
Proctor thinks about ways to move forward
Community Addresses Changes They Would Like to See
Proctor is looking for advice from the Minnesota Design Team for the city’s future.
4-Plex on 1st St. & 19th Ave. East Goes Up in Flames
Seven people, including UMD students, were without a home in Duluth Thursday night.
Operations Now Running As Normal
A cause has not yet been determined for Tuesday’s fire at Calumet Oil Refinery, but activity returned to normal Wednesday.
Officials Say Fracking Causes Increased Risk in Low-Risk States
A devastating, historic earthquake in Nepal has killed, at last count, more than 4,000 people.
Daredevils Ranked Number 1 Heading Into States
The Duluth East Robotics team has made global history for their awesome talents.
Compete in Washington D.C. To Become Best in Nation
Two UMD students had the opportunity of a lifetime as they traveled to DC to perform at The Kennedy Center.
Fans Enjoy Opening Day at Target Field
“The excitement, the smells, spring and summer, the boys are back in town, it just gets you fired up for the whole season,” said Nancy Appl, a long-time Twins fan.
Grounds Crew Keeps Grass Green During Long Winter
One week before opening day crowds flood into the stadium, the grounds crew at Target Field is hard at work putting the finishing touches on the field.
Two Victims Remain Hospitalized
For the residents of the Applewood Knoll Apartments, Easter Sunday turned into a disaster.
Teaching Children Fun Ways to Manage Stress
In celebration of Autism Awareness Month, Z Puppets, a Minneapolis–based company is hosting a camp in Duluth to teach children with special needs fun ways to manage stress.
Current Need for Blood Types B and O in Minnesota
Local donation centers in The Northland want to remind people that there is always a need for blood, and encourage people who can to come in and donate.
Vineyard Church Opens Doors to Public for Afternoon Mass
Friday afternoon, many Duluthians went to Vineyard Church for an artistic experience to reflect on Jesus’ sacrifice.
The Interior Tomato has its roots in West Duluth, but with business growing, owners have decided to open up a second location in Superior.
Government Services Center Decorates New Lobby
St. Louis County hired a local artist to create a mural made out of pieces of hand-cut steel and stones donated from area residents.
HRA Votes to Provide $1.13 Million to Developers
Developers planning to build a 114–unit apartment complex at Point of Rocks, got a financial boost from Duluth.
Plans for The Arrowhead Estates project have been put on hold.
There are just 17 days left of tax season, and advisers want to remind you to get in your returns before it’s too late.