Duluth's Clyde Iron Works Hosts Grand St. Patrick's Day Celebration
12th Annual Mojakka Cook-Off Held in Cloquet
Finland Celebrates with 43rd Annual St. Urho's Parade
Fitger's hosts 23rd Annual Bockfest
Runners Suit Up in Green For Saint Fennessy 4K
UMD Hosts STEM Event For Local Youth
St. Patrick's Day Local Events
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03/07/2018 10:25 AM
In response to the proposed tariffs on steel imports, U.S. Steel is restarting a blast furnace at Granite City Works.
President Trump is still considering whether to impose new trade sanctions on steel and aluminum imports.
Amnesty International came to Duluth this week, to share their concerns about the Mt. Polley dam failure in British Columbia.
Supporters and opponents rallied hard to get their side heard, at what could be the last public hearing about PolyMet and their permits.
President Trump now has the results of the Section 232 investigation done by the Commerce Department.
In a highly anticipated decision, an administrative law judge has said she disapproves the MPCA's proposal to change the state's sulfate standard.
A pro-mining group is suing to overturn an order by Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton that dealt a blow to the proposed Twin Metals copper-nickel mine near Ely.
After years of working together and some legal action, the MPCA announced Tuesday that they do not want to grant a variance to Minntac for the facility's tailings basin.
The all important permit to mine for PolyMet's precious metals project is now up for public comment. And there are public meetings planned in Aurora and Duluth.
Saturday and Sunday after the Eyewitness News Weekend Report
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Clyde Iron Works hosted the Grand St. Patrick's Day Celebration on Saturday evening at the Clyde Iron Event Center.
The 12th annual Mojakka Cook-Off was held at the NorthEastern Hotel in Cloquet on Saturday.
Folks in Finland celebrated the 43rd Annual St. Urho's day on Saturday.
Folks came from all over the region to get a jump start on the pre-spring time festivities with the 23rd Annual Fitger's Bock Fest on Saturday.
Runners suited up in green on Saturday for the fifth annual Saint Fennessy 4K run in Hermantown.
The highly anticipated Duluth Rowing Center is close to making its debut on the Duluth waterfront.
Hundreds of students from local middle schools and high schools were at UMD for the STEM Event on Saturday. They participated in different STEM sessions with UMD students and faculty.
The La Crosse Tribune reports that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently released draft rules that would impose new fee schedules but limit the amount of money collected from fishing floats and commercial hunting, fishing and wildlife guides.