North Shore Community News

  • Cascade River State Park Adding Electricity to Campsites
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  • Dice Breaks Tie for Cook Co. Board Seat
  • 10 Cars Crash on Thunder Bay Expressway
  • Thunder Bay Mayor Wins Re-Election

  • This Target store in Thunder Bay, which opened last year, may mean there's one less reason for Canadians to travel to Duluth for shopping. Cross-Border Shopping Surges 72 Percent

    More and more Canadians are coming south of the border to shop, according to new numbers released last week by Statistics Canada. The amount of cross-border purchases rose 72 percent from 2006 to 2012.

  • Sept. 26 Look at North Shore Fall Colors

    With highs in the 70s, the weather was perfect to check out the fall colors at the end of September.

  • Scannell to Serve Time Behind Bars

    Former Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell will serve time behind bars for his improper relationship with a teenage girl.  Scannell was convicted in July of two felony counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.  He has already been replaced as county attorney.

  • Minnesota Waterfowl Season Opens Saturday

    With duck hunters anxiously preparing for Saturday's waterfowl opener in Minnesota, the Department of Natural Resources is reminding everyone to think safety on the water.

  • US EPA Releases 5-Year Plan to Improve Great Lakes

    The Obama administration announced a new 5-year plan for the Great Lakes on Wednesday that will accelerate efforts to address toxic pollution, invasive species and farm runoff and restore plant and wildlife habitat.

  • Authorities Investigate Vandalism, Graffiti in Grand Marais

    The Cook County Sheriff's Office says it's investigating a recent influx of vandalism and graffiti in the Grand Marais area, including some vandalism mentioning sulfide.