Local Organization Helping Preserve Historic Armory Building with Window Restorations
Man Dies When Duck-Hunting Boat Capsizes on Fox River
University of Madison Studying Placentas, Premature Births
Report: Wisconsin Has a Psychiatrist Shortage
Around 50 Tombstones Desecrated at Fort Frances, Ontario Cemetery
Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad Honors Former Member
Community Members Partake in Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Awareness
Sen. Tina Smith Discusses Duluth Housing Needs with Local Experts
Glensheen Mansion Testing Goats for Weed Control
Extended Weather Forecast
Hurricane Came Too Fast for Many to Evacuate
FEMA: Michael is 'Hurricane of the Worst Kind'
High Water, Flooding Reported in Ashland
Cousins, Murray Lift Vikings Past Darnold, Jets 37-17
Glinsek Goal Lifts UMD to Women's Soccer Win vs Sioux Falls
Ibrahimovic Scores in 5th Straight, Galaxy Top Minnesota 3-1
Elliott Wins at Kansas to Roll Into Next Round
AP Top 25: Clemson back to 2; Wisconsin 20, App State Ranked for 1st Time
Lyric Opera of the North Starting Season with Double Bill
Teen Arrested after Fires at Gilbert Recycling Center
Animal Allies: Thackery Binx
US Probes Ford Pickup Tailgates Opening Unexpectedly
Minnesota Students Above National Average On the ACT
Ambassadors Seek to Bring Motown Sound Back to Detroit
McCarthy Turns On the Drama for Latest Role
Michael Buble Shuts Down Rumors of Retirement from Music
Roseanne's TV Son: Filming 'The Conners' Without Barr 'Odd'
Mega Millions Jackpot Jumps to $970M as Drawing Approaches
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The Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps is helping fix up the historic Armory building by helping restore some of the windows.
Vikings wide receiver Adam Thielen became the fifth player in NFL history to get at least 100 yards receiving in seven consecutive games, catching nine passes for 110 yards and a touchdown.
The Duluth-based nonprofit is giving folks a chance to see two plays in under two hours. Shows are at Clyde Iron Works and run October 28 through October 30.