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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.

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.

Checking Your Pets for Allergy Issues

Northlanders and Pets are Gearing Up for Another Season of Poor Allergy Conditions

The Northland is currently seeing a second seasonal dose of sniffles and sneezing across the Northland.“This is an inherited problem that dogs get, and cats. It’s caused by an overactive immune response,” Mike Overend, D.V.M. at Lake County Veterinary Clinics said.

Happy National Dog Day!

The day devoted to your favorite canine

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Animal Answers: Wildwoods Rehabilitation Center

Northern Minnesota's Only Wild Animal Rescue Center Continues to Grow

When you hear “call of the wild,” a trip to the Lake Superior Zoo might come to mind. For many in the Northland, we interact with wildlife at some point in our lives. But what happens when that interaction becomes a lifesaving action?