Tuition is going up for students at the University of Minnesota this fall.
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The Hermantown School Board has voted to select Kerry Juntunen, Middle School Principal, Hermantown Community Schools, as the district’s new superintendent.
This morning we chatted about "Roll Out the Red Carpet for Reading!" on FOX Sunrise.
Synthetic drugs are illegal and we all saw first-hand the seriousness of the issue when Jim Carlson, Owner of Last Place on Earth, was sentenced to 17.5 years in prison for selling the drugs.
Marshall School in Duluth is hosting Camp Invention this week. The week-long camp is being is dedicated to teaching students skills in the STEM fields.
More than one hundred community members gathered at the Central Hillside Community Center to celebrate Independence Day for African Americans.
Drop and give me 20 – 20 minutes of reading, that is.
Concerned citizens called for transparency Wednesday as the Hibbing School District continues to work through issues with its former assistant principal once accused of sexual harassment.
Tuesday night, the Duluth School Board members approved the 2016, $103 million budget.
Teachers descended on The College of Saint Scholastica Tuesday. Teachers attending the 21st Century Teaching and Learning Conference spent the day learning and developing new methods.
It’s a national trend: more men than women working in emergency medical services.
The creative and cultural businesses of Duluth gathered Friday for the launch of the North Coast Creative Alliance.
Many children in Superior receive free or reduced breakfast and lunch.
Researchers determine whether adding hand sanitizer dispensers to classrooms drops the absentee rate for elementary school children.
The proposed budget for Duluth Public Schools aims to put more money in the classrooms.