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North Shore Community News

Duluth Police Department Introduces New Position to Fight Opioid Crisis


Ore Shipments Continue Catching Up after Slow Start


Watchdog Finds Systematic Racism in Thunder Bay Police Service

Authorities Investigating Cloquet Man's Death in Isabella

Thunder Bay Officer Off Duty after Video Goes Viral

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Tour's Final Stop an Original Lundie Home

Elegant New Home Adds to Lundie and Vacation Home Tour

Vatten Hus Cottage Holds Rich History and Unique Story

Body of Missing Woman Found in Lake County

Amsoil Snocross Team Promotes STEM in Two Harbors

Boulders Cause Rollover near Silver Cliff Tunnel

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More Wolves Coming to Isle Royale


Lawsuit Seeks to Maintain Federal Gray Wolf Protections


Remembrance Marks Anniversary of Wreck of Edmund Fitzgerald


Lawsuit Against Cook County Schools Settled and Dismissed


Canada's Bombardier Will Cut 5,000 Jobs


Increased Early Voting, Involvement from Community In Upcoming Election


Hunters Enjoy Day One of Minnesota Firearms Deer Opener
Seventh Annual Project Joy Raises Funds to Feed Local Children
31st Annual Gales of November
Officials Planning to Move Canadian Wolves to Isle Royale
Recreational Pot Becomes Legal in Canada
Grand Marais Challenges Other Small Towns in Lip Sync Battle
Home, Garage Damaged in Devil Track Road Fire
Good Samaritan Loans $45,000 to Moose Lodge, Stopping IRS Auction
SuperAmerica Stores Get New Name
Two Harbors Moose Lodge Asking for Donations to Stop IRS Auction
Duluth Home to Only Bar Within Brewery in Minnesota
First Two Wolves Moved to Isle Royale
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Streets, Medical District Top Duluth's 2019 Legislative Priorities


Council Approves Public Funding for Downtown Apartment Complex
Bentleyville Tourists Bring Big Money to Duluth
Essentia Health Donates AED to Local Church Following Duluth Man's Health Scare
Kids Meet Santa at 'Twas the Night Before Zoo-mas' Event
Thousands of Wreaths Placed in Northern Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery
Seventeen Ely teachers have sued the school district over payroll deductions.

Seventeen Ely Teachers Sue School District


Man Pleads Guilty to Fatal Red Lake Shooting
Driftskippers Take Special Needs Kids for ATV Rides
Mary Statue Stolen from Chisholm Church Nativity Scene
New Nativity Scene on Display Outside of Chisholm Church
Residents Forced to Move after Temporary Suspension of Hill City Facility's License
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