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Castle Danger Brewery Prepares for Grand Opening

The Castle Danger Brewery in Two Harbors will have its grand opening on August 15. As of right now, the new building can seat 100 people; however, MacFarlane said once the patio and outdoor space is done, they will be able to seat nearly 200 people.

This moose calf follows its mother through deep snow near Grand Marias as she tries to put distance between her and an approaching helicopter during a collaring attempt.
  • Partnership Helps Raise Funds for Moose Research
 
  • Scannell Replaced as Cook County Attorney
 
  • Everything You Can Fit in a 10-Hour Trip Up the North Shore
 
  • Scannell Apologizes to Victim, Family, Community



  • 3 Arrested in Death of Burned Man in Thunder Bay

    Three people have been arrested on second-degree murder charges after a gruesome incident in Thunder Bay.  Police responding to a report of a grass fire found a burned male on Friday evening. and Chief J.P. Levesque says the area where the incident occurred needs to be made less attractive for violent activity.

  • Teenage Girl with Alleged Romantic Ties to Scannell Testifies

    Witnesses took the stand Tuesday as the trial for Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell, who is charged with having an inappropriate relationship with a 17-year-old girl, began its second day. 

  • Harbor Theater Golden Ticket

    The Harbor Theater screened the movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory where viewers had a chance to win a ticket worth $100. The theater actually opened four weeks ago after being closed for 33 years.

  • Third Year for "Chalk-a-Lot" Art Festival

    The "Chalk-a-Lot" Art Festival takes place on the sidewalks along waterfront drive at Thomas Owens Park in Two Harbors over the weekend.

  • The shoreline at Gooseberry Falls State Park DNR: Outreach Helps Minnesota State Park Visits Grow

    Despite a record wettest June that kept Minnesotans hunkered down at home, state figures show that more people than ever are getting outdoors to take advantage of Minnesota's state parks.

  • Suspect Arrested in Thunder Bay Credit Union Break-In

    Thunder Bay police have arrested a man suspected of breaking into a credit union earlier this week. Police say a surveillance video that had been released on social media assisted in identifying the suspect.



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