Deer River Celebrates Completion of Unique School Renovation
Starry Skies Celebrated With Week-Long Event
United Way Chili Cook-Off List of Winners
Northland Man Waits for Word from Relatives in Puerto Rico
Car, Motorcycle Collide in Esko
Red Light Enforcement Campaign Aims to Change Behaviors
Canal Park Grandma's Saloon & Grill Hosts 42nd Annual Oktoberfest
Cloquet's Sappi North America Presented With Award
St. Scholastica Donates to Nordic Project
Extended Weather Forecast
Maria Dips Below Major Hurricane Status after Hitting Puerto Rico
Warm Conditions Help Major Minnesota Crops Mature
Earth Sweltered to 3rd Hottest August, Summer on Record
Twins Rout Tigers, Lead AL Wild-Card Race by 2 ½ Games
Denfeld Boys, East Girls Win Crosstown Soccer Collisions
Greenway VB Remains Unbeaten After Win in Cloquet
Baudette Native, Ex-Wild Defenseman Keith Ballard to Lead 'Little Wild' Session in Duluth
Nick Perry Latest Key Packer to Go Down With Injury
Animal Allies: Hunter
Just Kids Dental Hosts 8th Annual 'Sips & Slices'
'Twin Ports Scam Jam' Aims to Educate Seniors
Temporary Road Closure in Hermantown
United Way Hosts 26th Annual Chili Cook-Off
Kiss Members Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley Reunite in St. Paul
Linda Hamilton Set to Return to 'Terminator' Franchise
Jimmy Kimmel Ramps Up Battle Against GOP Health Care Bill
Jedidiah Bila Departs ABC's 'The View'
Words With Friends Adds 50,000 Pop Culture Words
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09/21/2017 11:15 PM
The Cubs trailed 3-2 when Ian Happ led off the ninth by hitting a grounder that first baseman Neil Walker fielded wide of the bag.
Jesus Aguilar and Domingo Santana homered for the Brewers but Milwaukee missed a chance to pull into a tie with Colorado for the second wild-card spot in the National League.
The sophomore from Eau Claire will start at quarterback for the Bulldogs at Wayne State.
Following a similar course to Grandma's Marathon on foot is the Northshore Inline Marathon which celebrated its 22nd year on Saturday.
A burn out followed by a race stretching an eighth of a mile is how the dragsters do it in Duluth for a weekend at the KIA of Duluth Drag Races.
Rodeo is more than a sport- it's actually a lifestyle for many competitors. Often times, it's passed down from generation to generation.
To help celebrate Duluth's newly restored section of the St. Louis River at Chambers Grove Park, the very first "Paddle the Pads" fly fishing tournament was held on Saturday.
Experts, city planners and interested citizens spent Thursday learning about the night sky. An all-day seminar was part of Celebrate the Night Sky Week, which wraps up with a star party on Saturday.
Recent pictures from 4-year old Kamren of Duluth, Easton, Connor and Grady Lehr, Noah and Amanda Lynn Winkels, Larry Deschampe and Toni Brose.