Education in the News

One Woman Sets Out on Eco-Tour Across Country

DULUTH, Minn.-- One woman is making her way cross-country hauling a tiny home as she discovers and films eco-friendly difference makers in various communities along the way, and today she made a stop in…

Mentor North Seeks new Mentors

SUPERIOR, Wis.-- One event on Saturday aimed to find more area mentors, to continue to help and inspire youth in the Twin Ports. Mentor North, a group based in Duluth, offers one on one…

AICHO's Indigenous Food, Art Market Saturday

DULUTH, Minn.-- An Indigenous Food and Arts Market is coming back to Duluth's Central Hillside community this Saturday. It's put on by the American Indian Community Housing Organization, known as AICHO. The market offers a…

Duluth Public School Return in the Fall

DULUTH, Minn.- Duluth public schools are returning to in-person classes in September. All grades will go back for a full five-day week of learning, but social distancing alternatives are available for high school students through…

City of Duluth Promoting Water Safety Week

DULUTH, Minn.-- The City of Duluth is promoting water safety week to highlight the importance of being safe on or in the water. The week consists of a sand sculpture contest which encourages…

Lake Superior College Offering Firefighting Course

DULUTH, Minn.-- Lake Superior College is offering a firefighting education course this fall that includes all of the requirements needed to become a full-time firefighter. 22 people are needed to fill the course,…

UMD Land Lab Offering Summer Day Camps

DULUTH, Minn.-- Summer camps are in full swing, and the UMD Land Lab is sponsoring a unique and free summer day camp opportunity for Duluth area high school students. This camp will allow…

Expert Talks about Rip Current Implications

DULUTH, Minn.-- Big waves are one of the first signs to look out for when determining dangerous swimming conditions because when there are bigger waves, rip currents are more likely to happen. One…