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Up North: Big Money at Mesaba Country Club

Just ask any golfer how tough it is to ace a hole in a round of golf. The Mesaba Country Club is raising those stakes with a million dollar shot contest raising money for the Access North Center Organization.

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FMX Motorcross in Duluth
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  • Up North: Horse Cutting to Nationals
 
  • Up North: Duluth FC


  • Best of the Best at State Ski Meet

    Giants Ridge Resort was home to the state ski meets, that kick off the winter sports state tournament season in Minnesota. The best of the best at the high school level in Minnesota hit the slopes and hills near Biwabik for the state meet.

  • Freestyle Skiing at Spirit Mountain Freestyle Skiing at Spirit Mountain

    Spirit Mountain hosted the annual USSA Central Region Championships over the weekend. As the top skiers are selected to represent the Midwest. 

  • 12th Annual Rock On Competition at UWS

    Colleges will compete against each other in anything, including rock climbing as was the case for the 12th annual Rock On Rock Climbing Competition at the University of Wisconsin Superior.

  • Great Lakes Pond Hockey Classic

    The 12th annual Great Lakes Pond Hockey Classic had a new home this year away from the lake due to poor ice conditions, but the atmosphere of the yearly winter tradition still maintained the same atmosphere as when it's on Lake Superior.

  • The Ladoux Triplets: Joe, Mike and Sam Three of a Kind For the Greenway Raiders

     In the game of hockey a hat trick is scored when a player scores at least three goals in the same game, and for the Greenway Nashwauk-Keewatin Raiders the odds have gone in the favor in a different kind of three. Triplets.

  • Annual Atmore Memorial FIS Ski Slalom Up North: Annual Atmore Memorial FIS Ski Slalom

    Spirit Mountain hosted the 38th annual Atmore Memorial FIS Ski Slalom in frigid temperatures over the weekend. It's one of the largest ski races in the Northland also a homecoming race for others.

  • Outdoor Hockey is Finally Here

    Some would tell you that the cold temperatures couldn't come soon enough as it is finally cold enough for outdoor hockey rinks to be put to full use across the Twin Ports. Eyewitness Sports features the Up North segment every Wednesday at Ten.

  • Recapping Up North Across the Northland in 2015

    The Year 2015 is just about in the history books and with that it was quite the year for outdoor fun in the Northland. Northeast Minnesota, and Northwest Wisconsin have some of the best outdoor activities in the country and each week we try to explore one that is taking place.


  • Snowshoeing Through Hartley Park

    Heavy snow, and winter conditions don't have to slow you down when getting outdoors. Day Tripper of Duluth has you covered in several aspects. WDIO Sports Reporter Alec Ausmus took on snowshoeing at a local park in Duluth.

  • Ice Fishing and More at the DECC

     Most lakes across the Northland do not have enough ice to ice fish yet, but over the weekend the DECC there was everything ice fishing at the Arrowhead Ice Fishing Show.

  • Indoor Golf League in Lincoln Park

    Despite the warm temperatures this December in the Northland, golf courses are not open this time of year, but The Sweet Spot in Lincoln Park may have a solution with in indoor golf league this winter.

  • 24 Year of Snocross Tradition in Duluth

    The AMSOIL Championship Snocross National Tour has made a name for itself in Duluth. 24-years and counting as thousands of fans packed onto Spirit Mountain for the three day race event.

  • Brent Good Had Some "Good" Luck Opening Morning

    Some deer hunters will wait the entire season and not see a deer, while others have "good" luck when they hit the woods. Brent Good of Superior waited just 15 minutes in his deer stand on Saturday's opening morning until he tagged a nine point 208 pound buck.

  • Wisconsin Firearms Deer Hunt Starts Saturday

    Saturday, nearly 10-percent of the population of Wisconsin will take part in a nine day rifle hunt across the state. Herd numbers are on the rebound from a harsh winter two seasons ago. Electronic registration has also been introduced state wide this season.


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