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04/03/2020 03:01 PM
Schools across the state of Minnesota are turning on stadium lights during select hours as a way to honor their students, staff, and community.
The Minnesota State High School league announced Sunday all spring sports and activities will be suspended in entirety between March 18-27.
In a city council meeting Thursday, Cloquet Mayor Roger Maki announced a proclamation honoring the success of Cloquet-Esko-Carlton girl's hockey team during the 2019-2020 season.
Amis MacKenzie announced Friday night that he would be stepping down as head coach of the International Falls boy's basketball team after three seasons.
The Cromwell-Wright girl's basketball team was welcomed home by a crowd of Cardinal supporters Saturday after the state tournament was canceled.
Last Saturday Duluth's 5th annual Nearly Naked Ruck March was hosted virtually, allowing deployed soldiers to join the cause for the first time.
Zilch to 5K and No Excuses Adventures focuses on cutting the stigma around getting back into fitness by offering workout classes fitting for every pace.
The Minnesota fishing season will still happen on May 9, but the Governor's celebration in Otter Tail County has been postponed to 2021.
Travel is still allowed for anglers wanting to fish during Saturday's trout opener on the Brule River in Wisconsin. However, the DNR is encouraging anglers to fish waterbodies as close to home as possible and in their community.