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Residents remember the 2012 flood

10 years since 2012 flood

Traffic Advisory - Grandma's Marathon Weekend

Hwy 61 and Lake County Road 3 intersection to remain closed until June 20

Duo through-hiking Superior Hiking Trail for Wolf Ridge ELC

Tour's Final Stop an Original Lundie Home

L/B Cabin Connects Owners With Nature

Elegant New Home Adds to Lundie and Vacation Home Tour

Gas prices cause a hassle for AEOA's Meals on Wheels program

Scuba diver was found dead in a suburban Minneapolis lake

Grand opening of The Sweetwater Co.

After the Greenwood Fire destroyed his cabin, property owner sets to rebuild

Two Harbors City Council approves recall election for embattled Mayor

Individual stabbed Friday morning in Downtown Duluth

Lightning strike disrupts Split Rock Lighthouse operations

Out of hibernation: tips to avoid bear encounters

North Shore waterfalls are roaring back in action

Moose population holding steady, says DNR
Organizers say they have signatures to force Two Harbors recall election
MnDOT outlines 2022 road construction projects
Scientists test Northland wildlife for COVID
Public invited to give input in Two Harbors Corridor Study
Two Harbors residents start petition to recall their mayor
Senator Tom Bakk announces he is retiring
Mask mandates to be lifted in Thunder Bay
Canadian border testing requirement to be relaxed April 1
Harbor Rails Pub is more than just a pub
Local companies see good business thanks to Northland winter weather
Antigen tests to be allowed for Canadian travel
The plan does not take a position on whether Minnesota should resume wolf hunting if they're removed from federal protection.

Minnesota releases updated draft gray wolf management plan

Food and Art Market showcasing BIPOC & Indigenous vendors
Minnesotans react to Supreme Court decision
Surviving and Thriving through the pandemic
Duluth wins League of Minnesota Cities Sustainability Award
Two Rivers Counseling Center opens new location in downtown Duluth
Man drives tractor 1700 miles to raise money for Parkinson's

Man drives tractor 1700 miles to raise money for Parkinson's

Herbicide treatment has begun in Tower area
Minnesota DNR's new wolf management plan ready for public review
Lake Country, Minnesota Power still working to restore services
Gov. Walz pushing for direct checks to Minnesotans
Moose Lake nurses announce intent to picket