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  • Cruz Exits Presidential Race

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is ending his presidential campaign, eliminating the biggest impediment to Donald Trump's march to the Republican nomination.

  • UMD Reports Slightly Higher Fall 2016 Freshman Enrollment Projects

    May 1 was National College Decision Day, so that means many high school seniors have already confirmed their choice. Based on commitments so far, Ian Pannkuk, Director of Marketing and Operations for UMD's admissions department said the university is projecting 2,100 freshman will end up on campus come Fall 2016.

  • New Fitness Center in the Works in Superior

    A new fitness center that'll feature job opportunities for veterans and exclusive programs to the Northland is expected to open this summer.

  • St. Louis County Reopens Abuse Probe at Mesabi Academy

    St. Louis County social service officials say they've reopened an investigation into a child sexual abuse allegation at a juvenile correctional facility on the Iron Range. The Minnesota Department of Corrections also says it will meet with administrators at the facility, KidsPeace Mesabi Academy in Buhl, and county officials.

  • Organizations Aim to Educate Veterans at Annual Expo

    Making the transition from military to civilian life can be a challenge for many veterans but local organizations were hoping to help with that change at Tuesday's veteran's expo at UWS.

 
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