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  • Sen. Tammy Baldwin Talks Opioids with Ashland Officials

    Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) sat down with local leaders in government, law enforcement and social services Wednesday afternoon. The focus was heroin, opioids and methamphetamines and what resources they have - or not - to prevent and combat the problem. 

  • Ashland Wet Dredge Project to Expand

    A wet dredge project has been in a pilot phase since April, but the EPA and Wisconsin DNR have given crews the OK to extend the work into a new area. Excavators are removing contaminated sediment from the bottom of the lake and disposing of it. 

  • Public Learns More About How to Fix Minnesota Slip Contamination

    Sediment in the Minnesota Slip in Duluth is contaminated from a century of industrial use, and to get public feedback on how to solve it, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency held an open house Monday night. 

  • State Patrol: Alcohol Involved in Similar Interstate-35 Collisions

    Two separate, but nearly identical crashes on Interstate-35 this week near Duluth are raising questions but even though the two scenes are close together,  law enforcement said the area is not to blame. Blood test results on the drivers involved are still pending from the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, however the Minnesota State Patrol said there's evidence that alcohol was a factor in both of the crashes. 

  • Gap Loans to Stimulate Lincoln Park, Spirit Valley Business Development

    Opening a business in Duluth's Lincoln Park or Spirit Valley neighborhoods may now be within reach for more entrepreneurs. City of Duluth officials rolled out "Advance West" on Wednesday, a pilot loan program to help small businesses purchase or improve old buildings there.  

 
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