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First-Time Voters React to Debate

Many students will vote in their first election this November. Some hope the candidates clarify their stances on the issues.

First-time voters attended debate viewing parties throughout the Northland. Many said they were decided on which candidate they were voting for. However, some wanted the candidates to clarify their stances on the issues.

Minnesota Senators Help Pass Job-Creating Water Infrastructure Bill to Benefit Minnesota

The bill supports the Lake Superior region and invests in new infrastructure projects

U.S. Senators Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar said they worked to pass a major water infrastructure bill in the Senate on Thursday because it not only creates jobs, modernizes community water systems, and makes the nation’s waterways more navigable, but it will also bolster investment in clean drinking water and in efforts to replace dangerous lead pipes.

Disaster Assistance Meeting for July Flooding

Wisconsin Officials Visit to Educate Residents on Disaster Relief Funding

Local governments and private non-profit agencies that sustained damage during the floods in Northwest Wisconsin were encouraged to attend a meeting in Superior on Tuesday morning.