What’s going on in The Northland this weekend.
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Altmann Shoulders Pressure For Duluth East
Great players can fumble under the pressure of a big stage and Thursday night Duluth East was on one. Taking the ice against grand rapids for the section finals and it’s win or go home.
Cooking Connection: Toasty's Sliders
Burgers will soon be popping up on Toasty’s menu.
Why You Should Start Sleeping More Now
UMD Freshman plays for the love of hockey.
Morse has been a productive add for the UMD women’s hockey team but as a walk-on she’s not playing for the scholarship.
Wagemaker Suffered 2 Severe Injuries In H.S. Basketball Career
Being an athlete requires sacrifice. FOX 21’s Adrienne Robbins talked with local athletes about their reasons for making the sacrifice and playing a sport.
Northland Uncovered: History Tours
The Duluth Experience offers history tours throughout Canal Park, downtown Duluth and more.
A coffee house with a unique flavor and a place the kiddos will love.
Coffee Conversation: Lake Superior Ice Festival
The Lake Superior Ice Festival is continuing the fun on Barkers Island this week!
Freshman Having Instant Impact
Brandon Newman treats the difficult transition from high school to college basketball just like a lay up.
Active Adventures: Fat Tire Biking
The Duluth Experience is now offering fat tire biking tours.
Dorothy Molter: More Than Just Root Beer
Looking at a person who lived by her own rules, away from the frills of modern convenience.
Cooking Connection: The Juice Pharm
The Juice Pharm is a local juicery promoting natural health in the Northland.
There are many people around the area who are deaf or hard of hearing. It’s a Northland culture that thrives in silence.
Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Special Agent
Nestled off First Street in Duluth. You will find an office staffed by the FBI.
Fat tire biking is a sport that has gained momentum in recent years. Cyclists say the bikes have revolutionized the winter cycling experience.
Some of us never think twice when we hear the dreadful alarm blare, forcing us out of bed or the smoke detector sound off for a fire. But there are many individuals around the region thriving without these sounds.
Northland Uncovered: Two Harbors Public Library
A library is home to countless resources in a community. So, for this week’s Northland Uncovered we’re showing you how the Two Harbors Public Library came to be a center point in the North Shore city.
True North Color Lab has been bringing great photos to life for more than 65 years, but it hasn’t always been easy.
Coffee Conversation: Polaris Vikings Winterfest
The Minnesota Vikings are coming to Duluth! The first ever Polaris-Vikings Winterfest is a 3-day event all to benefit the Vikings Children’s Fund.
Bremel came in fifth in alpine skiing at the Minnesota state meet
Skiing runs in Mckenzie Bremel’s family.”My dad is the assistant coach for the high school team so he kind of got me into racing. He raced in high school when he was younger, so he got me in to it,” Bremel said.
This Tiny Town Is A Big Draw For Tourists
The Northland is made up of all kinds of cities – Big and small. Though La Pointe has only about 250 residents, it is a popular destination for tourists.
Located near the Superior National Forest and the Boundary Waters canoe Area, Biwabik is surrounded by natural beauty and has a mountain town feel.
Active Adventures: Skate Ski
For this week’s Active Adventures William Seay tried skate skiing.
Valentine's Day Brunch Ideas
For this week’s Cooking Connection, Lake Superior Bakehouse joined the FOX Sunrise team with ideas for Valentine’s Day.
Great Outdoors: Surfing in Lake Superior
The North Shore of Lake Superior is iconic to Minnesota, but it’s not just the beauty people appreciate.
Drinking strong coffee or a caffeinated soda used to be the most popular ways to get a quick energy boost. That all started changing about 15 years ago when the most well known energy drinks started appearing on U.S. markets. Now energy drinks is a multi–billion dollar industry.
Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center
The Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Society has held day camps for youth in the past, but coming up they’re hosting the first ever Camp Bong.
Special Report: Road Warriors Part 2
In a special report, FOX 21’s Natalie Froistad talks with a trucker at Halvor Lines about his lifestyle change.
A year after Minnesota and much of the nation was hit hard by influenza, the virus is having less of an impact on residents throughout the state.
Rolling out nearly 200,000 pounds of sausage a year, Jim’s Meat Market in Iron River is a sausage giant.
Coffee Conversation: Chocolate After Dark
Arc Northland is putting on their annual Chocolate After Dark fundraiser Tuesday, February 9.
Special Report: Road Warriors Part 1
Truckers at Halvor Lines are taking advantage of a health and wellness program.
River Alander Named Finalist For Frank Brimsek Award
Every hockey team needs a leader out on the ice. Someone who can handle pressure when things get tough, lucky for Denfeld they’ve found that in one of their seniors and they aren’t the only one’s taking notice.
Active Adventures: Synchronized Skating
For this week’s Active Adventures, the UMD Synchronized Skating Club showed off part of their routine.
Patient Is 102 Years Old
In part two of a special report – “Saving Lives” – FOX 21’s Dan Hanger introduces you to a one-of-a-kind heart doctor in Duluth that recently took a chance on a 102-year-old man.
Cooking Connection: Seared Ahi Tuna
For this week’s Cooking Connection we made Seared Ahi Tuna with Chad Nurminen. He is the executive chef with Essentia Health St. Mary’s Medical Center.
In part one of a special report, FOX 21’s Dan, Hanger introduces you to a top pediatric cancer doctor at Essentia Health St. Mary’s Medical Center who is very aware that death is part of the job – but he says providing comfort outweighs it all.
Northland Uncovered: Superior Municipal Forest
For this week’s Northland Uncovered we go into the Superior Municipal Forest.
Family Pizza in the Iron Range
When you think of the Iron Range, you may think of many things, but pizza might not be one of those things.
Miler and Zwak have played together for four years.
Many teams have one star player but the Duluth East basketball team is lucky enough to have two.
Coffee Conversation: New DTA Center to Open
For this week’s Coffee Conversation, DTA General Manager, Dennis Jensen, chatted with FOX 21’s Natalie Froistad about the new multi-million dollar center.
Cooking Connection: Walleye Cakes
For this week’s Cooking Connection, William Seay made walleye cakes.
Winter is still going strong in the Northland, but the cold air creating outdoor activities that aren’t available during other seasons. In this week’s Great Outdoors, we took a look in to the vertical venture of ice climbing.
Northland Uncovered: Northern Engineering
There are countless Northland businesses that have been around for many years, but it’s hard to imagine the Twin Ports without shipping.
Old Town Antiques is the place to shop when looking for something unique, or just need a trip down memory lane. With 39 dealers and two floors of items, you’re sure to find the exact piece of history you’re looking for.
Coffee Conversation: John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon
For this week’s Coffee Conversation we sat down with Jason Rice, who is on the board of Directors for the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon, to chat about this year’s race.
Active Adventures: Ballroom Dancing
For this week’s Active Adventures, William Seay tried out ballroom dancing with Superior Ballroom Dance Studio.
Cooking Connection: Pappardelle Puttanesca
For this week’s Cooking Connection we made a classic Italian dish with Bellisio’s Italian Restaurant.
Even in the frigid air the Northland faces in the winter, many runners still choose to hit the road instead of a treadmill. In this week’s Great Outdoors, we look in to the world of winter running.