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02/14/2017 11:18 PM
"We've got a lot of great kids that care about Hermantown hockey first - they're all team guys first and that makes it real easy to coach," says Head Coach Bruce Plante.
The Proctor/Hermantown girl's hockey team made some noise last year at the state tournament finishing in fourth place. At their recent holiday tournament, the Mirage claimed the Schwan Cup Gold Division Title. This year, the Mirage are after more.
In their 2015-2016 season the Gran Rapids Thunderhawks boy's hockey team thrived on the element of surprise. This season they'll look to repeat a state tournament appearance.
Beyond the Blueline: Duluth Marshall Aims to Continue Turning Heads
With a young Duluth Northern Stars team, this year has been a learning curve for all.
Only six games in the Spartans have officially tied their win column from last season.
Lake Bemidji State Park staff temporarily closed one of their park trails after an owl attacked a 3-year-old girl over the weekend.
Minnesota regulators have released proposed rule changes meant to protect wild rice from sulfate pollution.
Officials were hoping last spring to open the much-anticipated campground at the newest gem in Minnesota's state park system in July. Then construction delays got in the way.
Mountain Bikers will soon have a place to ride during wet conditions. An All Weather Mountain Bike Trail (ATW) is coming to Spirit Mountain.
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