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Greenwood Fire closure lifted

Greenwood Fire closure lifted

"The Log Jam" debuts first 6 to 12 hour cycling race in Cloquet

Tic—talking with students about ticks

Wisc. DNR Confirms avian influenza in wild red foxes

Female wolf illegally killed in Voyageurs National Park

Stop the invasive jumping worm from spreading

Expansion is underway at Hartley Nature Center

Bird flu takes unheard-of toll on bald eagles, other birds

Gearing up for summer: advantages of buying used outdoor gear

Wis. Conservation Congress respondents support 350-wolf limit

Canada lynx protections deal sealed by US, environmentalists

Historic Wisconsin park management returned to state

Becoming a Skywarn Spotter for the Duluth NWS

Group: Feds hid plans to weaken whooping crane protection

Out of hibernation: tips to avoid bear encounters

New hours Superior National Forest Headquarters in Duluth

Runners of all ages are gearing up as the 2022 Grandma's Marathon is quickly approaching

North Shore waterfalls are roaring back in action
Where the flood waters run: tips to prevent flooding in your home
Portions of Skyline staying closed through May
Duluth Natural surface trails closed due to wet conditions
Walleye limit set on Mille Lacs Lake
Scientists test Northland wildlife for COVID
First chick of 2022 hatches on the DNR EagleCam
CWD detected in a wild deer in Grand Rapids

Spring Break and Summer Vacation Traveling Plans

The first day of spring becomes the warmest day of 2022

Group training volunteers to maintain BWCA trails

You Got to Pay to Play with the Snowmobiles

Sunday Fun Day with Courage Kenny

Fat Bike Racing took over the Birkebeiner Trail

Program provides $3.6M to detect, control invasive species

Johnson, Baldwin move to end wolf protections

Removal of ice fishing shelter deadline approaching

Spectators cheer on the skiers in the 2022 American Birkebeiner

Up North: Duluth East holds Special Olympics Unified Sports Track & Field Day
Up North: Denfelds Hartley Bauer heading to Nationals for Rock Climbing

Imagine being in a rock climbing competition two and a half hours from home, driving back and attending your high school prom all in the same day. Well that’s exactly what one Duluth Denfeld climber experienced. 


Gone Fishin' May 26th
Northwestern's Benesch wins D2 Sectional Pole Vault title