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Coffee Conversation: National Night Out

It provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

DULUTH, Minn.-National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community National Night Out is an annual community–building campaign that promotes police–community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances….

Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance Looks to Reopen Spirit Mountain Trails

A Fundraiser is Happening Sunday, December 11 to Hopefully Raise $30,000

It’s going to take numerous truckloads of fill and a large volunteer effort, but local horse riders are determined to reopen the Magney-Snively trails on Spirit Mountain to horse riding once again.

A Company Town: The Story of Silver Bay

Back in The Day: Combining Taconite With Tourism

“When I was little on the farm, I didn’t know very many people because there wasn’t many people here. I lived here before Silver Bay even did,” said Jenny Hanson, a resident of Silver Bay.

DOC’S Sports Bar and Grill

Food and Drink Specials For All

Duluth tourism is booming! With a booming tourist industry,  small businesses close to the area able to tap in to the millions of dollars traveling along interstate 35 year around.In this week’s knowing your neighbor, we take you to DOC’S, a Sports Bar in Sturgeon Lake, MN.

Great Outdoors: Late Fly Fishing on the Brule

The Brule River is one of the most popular spots in the Northland for fly fishing

The serene, flowing waters of the Brule River in Wisconsin are a popular spot for fly fishermen to try and land their next big catch.“There’s multiple landings on the Brule where you can park,” explains Phil Johnson, who works at Superior Fly Anglers.Johnson’s shop, as the name would imply, specializes in fly fishing.The weather for the past few weeks has been unseasonably warm, even breaking temperature records across the Northland.“The weather is fantastic for staying warm, but unfortunately the fishing hasn’t been that great,” Johnson said.

UMD Group Looks to Help Relieve Stress on Students, Staff and Faculty

Research Shows the Program Decreasing Stress-Levels by 38 Percent

Thousands of students, staff, and faculty in the Twin Ports deal with hectic lifestyles and stressful situations on a daily basis. One group at UMD is looking to help with the issue.