Public safety personnel took over Proctor High School Friday.
Students Pay Tribute to Bodies of Science
For the first time ever, a memorial service was held Thursday to honor the 18 cadavers that students of science have spent the year dissecting.
Shares Importance of Universal Free Pre-K
Minnesota’s Education Commissioner made a stop in Duluth to talk about Governor Mark Dayton’s budget proposal.
Local educators came together Thursday to help create a better learning experience for students.
Top Candidate for Twin Cities Area Superintendent
Duluth School’s Superintendent, Bill Gronseth, has not been chosen as the new superintendent at a Twin Cities area School District.
Year to year, Duluth Public Schools are seeing a decrease in enrollment numbers throughout the district.
Brainy Students Compete in 'Math Meet'
Students from area high schools had numbers on the brain at a competition Wednesday morning at UW-Superior.
Research Project Displays Unique, Energy-Efficient Technology
UMD celebrated Earth Day with the beginning of a wind research project at their farm.
Goodwin Announces Retirement Wednesday Afternoon
A long time leader at the College of St. Scholastic has announced his retirement. In 1 year, CSS will be welcoming in new leadership as Larry Goodwin made his official announcement Wednesday afternoon.
Students at Denfeld High School presented their custom-designed stained glass projects Tuesday to the community.
Minnesota community college students could one day have an easier time moving to a four-year state school.
Two vacant Duluth schools have been officially sold to a real estate developer, according to district officials.
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?
Community Gathers to Celebrate and Discuss Autism
Many questions still remain about autism, and Thursday, UWS invited locals to discuss the joys and challenges of living with the disease.
UMD Students, Animal Allies Host Print for Paws Fundraiser
UMD students have teamed with Animal Allies to create a scholarship for college students to train and register their pets to be certified therapy animals.
Law Enforcement Career Expo in Cloquet
Students got a taste of the real world at the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Wednesday
School Board to Decide on Future For District 318
The school board of District 318, made up of Grand Rapids and Big Fork, is deciding whether to renovate current buildings or seek funding for two completely new elementary schools.
UWS hosted its campus day of celebration Tuesday.
National Weather Service Sends Out Reminders
Monday marks the beginning of severe weather awareness week in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Spring rolls and chicken curry were just a few dishes bringing community members together.
Duluth Public Library
Imagination was the focus of an event at the Duluth Public Library Saturday afternoon.
More than 100 kids learned about what to do if they’re ever in an uncomfortable situation with a stranger or someone they know.
Children and Adults Explore Different Aspects of Science
Friday, UWS students hosted “Science Night,”, where children and adults were invited to explore the marvels of chemistry, physics, and biology.
UW Regents Approve Raising Tuition for Out-of-State Students
The University of Wisconsin System regents have approved raising tuition for out-of-state undergraduate and graduate students at most of the system’s four-year schools starting next year.
Students Learn to Find Peace
Students at Woodland Hills are working on a project in hopes of gaining peace.
First-Ever Youth Art Show Displays Children's Work
Thursday, Northland children brought awareness to the issue of violence in the form of art.
Reconstruction Begins at Middle School and High School
Wednesday, the Hermantown community broke ground with their shovels as they celebrated the start of construction at their schools.
Speak Out Rally at UWS
Community members took a stand Tuesday evening to end sexual violence in the Twin Ports.
School Lock Down Lifted
A 38-year-old Superior man is in custody after making threats to a Superior School District employee, according to police.
The ribbon cutting is complete and the new addition at North Shore Community School is open to the public.
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.
Have you had spring break yet?
University of North Dakota police say there is no foul play suspected in the death of 22-year-old student found dead at a home near campus
MMAD Lab Brings Different Majors Together
It doesn’t happen very often that leaders from different areas of study have a chance to work together to research and help students.
Greenhaven Elementary preschoolers are in class for 7 1/2 hours a week but a proposal making its way through the capital could change that.
Gronseth in Running for Job near Twin Cities
Duluth Public School’s Superintendent is a finalist for a position with another school district near the Twin Cities.
The 6th Annual Northland Job Fair is right around the corner, and organizers say 2015 will be the biggest one yet.
Racism, Demographic Study Discussed During Meetings
It’s your turn to sound off about what Duluth schools could be doing better as district.
The flood of 2012 caused at least $18 million in damage to UW-Superior’s Jim Dan Hill Library.
Declining Enrollment, State Aid Cuts to Blame
Leaders of some rural school districts in the Northland are concerned they are not receiving the funding necessary to retain enough staff members to provide a quality education for students.
Increasing Number of Students, Need for School Space
Marengo Valley is seeing an increasing number of students with a limited amount of space at its current school.
Youngsters Have Fun While Reading
During the month of March, people across the nation have been celebrating the legacy of Dr. Seuss.
Chancellor: Program Will Help Manage Anticipated Budget Cuts
The University of Wisconsin-Superior has a new tool that school officials said will help manage millions in budget cuts.
While Duluth’s graduation rate is trending down, the rest of the state is increasing, according to a state report.
A successful folk school in Grand Marais is the focal point of discussion in Ely.
Anti-Bullying Org. Helps Raise Awareness
The topic of bullying is an emotionally charged and very serious issues not only across the country but here in the Northland and a new organization is helping reiterate the importance of anti bullying within the community.
Bill Would Allow Off-Duty Officers to Carry Guns in WI Schools
A proposal that would allow off-duty and retired police officers to carry guns in schools is finding support in the Wisconsin Legislature.
The sweet sounds of music filled Clyde Iron Works Sunday.
Poll Shows 68% of Minnesotans Say Performance Should Guide Teacher Layoffs
A new poll shows 68 percent of Minnesotans say a teacher’s performance, not his or her seniority, should be the deciding factor in making layoff decisions.
Duluth Celebrates Visual Literacy
When you think of education, many times art is ignored. But Friday night, The Duluth Community celebrated visual literacy.