North Shore Community News

It's difficult to even find a wall in the former Clover Valley School that isn't covered in graffiti.

Graffiti-Covered Clover Valley School to be Demolished

Clover Valley High School closed in 1974 and has changed hands several times since. But it's sat vacant for many years and has since become covered in graffiti and strewn with broken glass. 

  • Lutsen Pro Golfs 122-Hole Marathon for Military Families
  • Interactive Map Traces Minnesota's Fall Colors
A hiker had to be rescued by helicopter after becoming injured at Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior near Marathon, Ontario.
  • Helicopter Rescues Injured Hiker in Park on Lake Superior
  • Fire Destroys Rural Two Harbors Home

Top Stories

  • 11 NE Minn. School Districts Getting Preschool Funding

    Gov. Mark Dayton and his top education official have announced what schools will receive funding to offer preschool this coming school year. The list includes 11 public school districts in northeastern Minnesota, with Duluth Public Schools receiving the largest amount at $408,987.

  • A taste of Cascade, a Chenin Blanc/Viognier blend waits on the counter at North Shore Winery. North Shore Winery Celebrating Grand Opening

    North Shore Winery in Lutsen has technically been open since July 1, but the owners are hosting a grand opening this weekend. 

  • Kayakers push off from the shore into the harbor in Grand Marais. North Shore Water Festival to Feature Paddle Board Yoga

    This weekend's North Shore Water Festival in Grand Marais will feature yoga on stand-up paddle boards as one of the most popular events, according to organizers. Canoes and kayaks will also dot Grand Marais' shoreline. 

  • Planning Begins for 400-Mile Off-Road Trail Across Minnesota

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has started planning a 400-mile off-road adventure trail that would eventually stretch from Lake Superior to the North Dakota border.

  • The Superior Hiking Trail is marked with these logos and baby blue squares painted on trees and posts. Special Report: Trail's End

    The Superior Hiking Trail turns 30 this year. That milestone isn't the only thing worth celebrating, though. The final 2-mile stretch that will take it to the Minnesota-Wisconsin border is being constructed and is expected to open by the end of September. 

  • A tranquil Hartley Pond is seen in this photo from Saturday. Conservation Officers Report Busy Fourth of July Weekend

    Conservation Officers report a busy Independence Day weekend on northeastern Minnesota lakes.  Fishing was said to be slow on Lake Vermilion, where there were a number of noise complaints.