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Positively Northland

WDIO News is working to give our viewers stories that are uplifting. Stories about the people and organizations making a positive impact on life here in the Northland.

Delicious lemonade brings in $1500 dollars for police foundation

Many Rivers Montessori moving learning to next level with help of machines

Scholarship set up to honor legacy of Roberta Dwyer

Coffee and treats for health care staff sweeten up St. Patrick's Day

Mobilize Musicians: A concert to support Mason's recovery

Help send Troop 4240 to camp

South Ridge students pool together money in honor of K9 Luna

The Christmas spirit lives on at Glensheen

Minnesota FoodShare Month begins and looking for donations

Home Depot donates new tools to the Duluth Fire Department

YouTuber donates ice fishing gear to anglers who lost theirs

Unions organize free food giveaway in Duluth on Thursday

100th birthday drive-by salute and celebration for WWII veteran

Luminary Walk during Cold Front February

Project Linus donates blankets to Duluth firefighters

St. Jude Radiothon begins today with B105

Birthday blessings for Bill Loushine in Chisholm

Teaching us a lesson about the power of positivity

Veterans celebrated their graduation from the 23rd Veteran program

Cloquet students build snow sculptures at Sunnyside

Major Biden receives 'indoguration'

Cold Front February is coming back

Dalas on display in Duluth

Miracle Eleven donates $5,000 to local non-profits

Family needed for Habitat for Humanity house

Blue Santa program delivered smiles in squad cars

Duluth YMCA receives part of $4B donation

Free MREs for vets in need

In an effort to keep Northland veterans fed, the Richard I. Bong Center in Superior has acquired tons of MREs available for free. They can be picked up now until they're gone.

Duluth Fire Dept. shops for Salvation Army

Firefighters with the Duluth Fire Department took their pooled money to Target Monday morning, shopping to make sure Northland teens had a merry Christmas.

500 pairs of socks donated to Life House

Grandma's Marathon donates 500 pairs of socks to Life House, helping to bring warmth to those who need it.

Duluth's gingerbread walking tour begins Saturday

UMD students helped create the first-ever Gingerbread City Walking Tour of Duluth. It kicks off Saturday, with five locations to check out for your next arcitectural inspiration.

Mid-State Truck Service donates hundreds of toys to Toys for Tots

On Thursday, Mid-State Truck Service donated thousands of dollars worth of toys to the Truckers for Tots program.

NAACP handing out masks before & after Thanksgiving

The NAACP handed out masks in Duluth on Wednesday afternoon and will hand out more on Sunday. Free masks are available to the public from 2-4 p.m. at the Coppertop Church, Asbury Church, and Denfeld High School.

Harry Potter week wraps up at CSS

Students at St. Scholastica spent the week before Halloween channeling their inner J.K. Rowling for some Harry Potter fun.

Duluth judge awarded for work with those experiencing substance abuse

Judge Shaun Floerke received the 2020 Gary P. Olson Visionary Award, presented by the Center for Alcohol & Dug Treatment (CADT) for his exceptional work presiding over the St. Louis County DWI Court.

Decker Dwellings Affordable Housing project begins

City and state leaders celebrated as the Decker Dwellings affordable housing project officially started on Wednesday.

2500 for Hunger: A long journey on a longboard

Duluth's Daniel Plys is putting 2500 miles on his longboard, to raise money and awareness for childhood hunger. His journey follows the Mississippi River trail.