Minnesota COVID-19 update Thursday
Northland man takes a swing at extreme mini golf competition
Duluth business benefits from tax filing extension
Hiking Bridge at Split Rock River won't be built
Split Rock Lighthouse shares plans to re-open
Duluth School Board evaluating future of School Resource Officers
Suspect in custody in alleged hit-and-run
CHUM reopening West Food Shelf at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church
Document: Duluth Costco construction expected to begin in fall
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Heat will stay stuck on extra high for July in most of US
Thousands lose power as storms move across Iron Range
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Wisconsin's Wrigley Field Game Postponed
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UMD Football Hosts 'Big Dog' Camp As Athletes Return to Campus
Celebration Set for UMD's Hobey Baker Winner Scott Perunovich
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MN organization helping with LGBTQ inclusivity
Spreading the word about Men's Health Month
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07/07/2020 11:03 AM
Bayfield County Health officials say a fourth COVID-19 case may have been connected to a hockey event in Ashland.
Lake Superior's water level remains higher than average despite an abnormally dry June. The lake is about 9 inches above average but 5 inches below the record high for July set last year.
The Wisconsin DNR plans to restart in-person hunter safety courses. The move comes after a hunter advocacy group filed a lawsuit alleging the department has no authority to cancel the courses during the pandemic.
New guidelines released for Wisconsin’s 421 school districts amid the coronavirus pandemic. Educators say flexibility will be key in returning students to school in the fall.
The Bayfield Chamber & Visitor Bureau announced Friday that it is officially cancelling the 59th Annual Bayfield Apple Festival in October due to coronavirus concerns.
Ashland Police Chief Jim Gregoire is stepping down July 3. He is not sure what his next step is, but he said it's time to retire from the force.
University of Wisconsin System regents have selected former Gov. Tommy Thompson as the system's interim president.
Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank did another round of free food box distributions Wednesday morning at Wessman Arena where they distributed enough to serve 725 households.
Michigan’s economic development board has authorized a $115 million grant program for small businesses, nonprofits, and farms. Entities can start applying July 15.