North Shore Community News

25th Annual Two Harbors Art Fair this Weekend

Lake County Fair is Underway

Cliffs Celebrates $100 Million Expansion at Northshore

Hands-Free Phones For Drivers Tops Minnesota New Laws List

Critics: Wakesurfing Simply "too much" for Minnesota's Lakes

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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

Two Harbors Robo Dweebs Win Trip to Johnson Space Center

Environmental Head Announces $2M Program for Great Lakes

West Nile virus Impacting Minnesota Loon Population


Ship Picks Up Jet Skier in Lake Superior

UPDATE: Woman Dead after Fall at Gooseberry Falls State Park

Thunder Bay Stops Accepting Fire Evacuees

Hundreds of Workers Face Layoffs in Thunder Bay

Body of Missing Teen Found in Lake Superior

Dock Stolen from Island near Thunder Bay

Hermantown Native Attempting "Fastest Known Time" for Superior Hiking Trail
Cease-and-Desist Ordered for Seth Jeffs' Cook Co. Property
Up North: Zip, Climb, and Scale New Heights at the Adventure Park on the North Shore
Six North Shore Resorts Get New Owners
Gray Wolf Found Dead on Isle Royale
Cook County Residents Host Forum Regarding Religious Sect Concerns
Police Kicking Off Seat Belt Enforcement Campaign
Driver May Lose License for Recording Crash Scene While Driving
Northland Ore Shipments Up
Grand Marais Cars Vandalized with Possible Drug Use Reference
St. Luke's Begins $15M Two Harbors Hospital Expansion
New Hotel Opens on Thunder Bay Waterfront
CHUM & Duluth Parks and Recreation are holding a backpack distribution and back to school fair Thursday afternoon for Duluth students.

CHUM Holds Back to School Fair & Backpack Distribution

Essentia and Nurses Union Reach Tentative Agreement
Duluth Recovery Organization Bringing Awareness to Substance Abuse
Kingsbury Bay & Grassy Point Habitat Restoration Projects Underway
Expert: Fruit Fly Species Targeting Raspberry Crops Nationwide
Community Gets Inside Look at UW-Superior's Ballast Water Treatment Facility
A Duluth family has been reunited with a World War I dog tag that had been out of their family for more than 80 years. The dog tag was found last spring by a man with a metal detector, and on Monday, it was given back to the family.  

Family Reunited with WWI Dog Tag After More than 80 Years

Cook Hospital Gets Donation for Analyzer
Company in Cook Allows Parents to Bring Babies to Work
New Boat Tour Shows Voyageurs Visitors Life on the Lake
After Nearly 70 Years, Ashland Family Says 'Goodbye' to Fallen Veteran
Grand Rapids Woman Shares Experience Battling Blastomycosis