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  • A meter at the Otis residence in the Woodland neighborhood lit up for the first time in a week Wednesday evening. Lights On: Most Northlanders See Power Return

    The last few folks still waiting on power are beginning to see their lights turn on. A Rice Lake and Woodland family were grateful to see line crews pulling into their driveways Wednesday evening so they can unplug the generators and flip on the light switches. 

  • Special Report: Escape

    Forget about grabbing dinner with your friends and family this evening; how about spending the night breaking out of a locked room. It's an immersive adventure game known as an "escape room."

  • Essentia Health Nurses Picket Over Contract Negotiations

      As contract negotiations with Essentia Health stalled, on Wednesday afternoon, about 600 nurses and supporters took their frustrations over a lack of progress outside hospital walls. Holding signs, chanting and waving to cars honking support as they passed by, nurses marched outside St. Mary's Medical Center entrances all afternoon.  

  • Advice for Homeowners about Tree Removal Companies and Pricing

    Duluth Police are warning that some companies are quoting highly inflated prices for tree removal. We have advice from a trusted source.

  • UMD Researchers Collect Data to Assess Wetland Health

    The St. Louis River Estuary is one of the most invaded places in our great lakes and Wednesday morning, it was grounds for research for UMD's Natural Resource Research Institute.

 
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