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  • Public Comments on Soo Line Ore Dock's Future

    About a month ago, Ashland acquired the Soo Line Ore dock back from the Canadian National Railroad company. On Tuesday, the dock finally opened. They had a "Docks n' Brats" celebration as a way to gain community input for the future of the site.

  • Minntac in Mt. Iron Waiting for Permits

    Senator Al Franken took a tour of the Northland's largest mine on Tuesday. He also pledged to call about a permitting issue that he's weighed in on before. His challenger, Republican Mike McFadden, also weighed in permitting.

  • Duluth Man Asks City Leaders to Address Memorial Crime

    One Duluth Man is asking city leaders for their help in making the Clayton, Jackson, McGhie Memorial a more safe and clean place.

  • State Will Help Moose Lake Build School If Referendum Passes

    It's almost time for kids to head back to school, but in Moose Lake school officials hope their students will be in a new school by 2016. For the fifth time, the school district is asking tax payers to vote yes on a bond referendum this November. The tax hike has been hard to sell in the past, but this year it's a very different story.

  • Fire Discovered on One of the Apostle Islands

    It turns out there's been a fire burning on one of the Apostle Islands for nearly a month, but no one noticed until last week.  Park officials believe lightning started the fire in late July, and rain and humid conditions have limited the fire's growth.

 
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