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11/16/2019 08:40 PM
In prep girls hockey Saturday, No. 3 Proctor/Hermantown fell to No. 1 Breck while No. 7 Rochester Lourdes defeated No. 10 Duluth Marshall.
In prep girls hockey, Cloquet-Esko-Carlton defeated Proctor/Hermantown 4-2 in their season opener.
The South Ridge football team is preparing for their first State appearance since 2012, where they'll face Mountain Iron-Buhl Friday in the 9-Man quarterfinals.
Deer River faces BOLD at 12 p.m. on Saturday in Brainerd in the Class A Quarterfinals.
Eighth seeded Greenway fell 3-0 to the top-seeded, defending State champions, Minneota 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the prep volleyball State Tournament.
Whether you're an avid runner or someone who loves an excuse to get outdoors, the Rivet Run gives runners in the Twin Ports an opportunity to get out on the trails two times a year.
For one Northland man he's dedicated nearly 50 years to two of his lifelong passions. In this week's Up North WDIO Sports Reporter Chelsie Brown introduces us to the woodsman and the ref.
Wildlife officials say three ruffed grouse in Itasca County have tested positive for a mosquito-borne virus. The Minnesota DNR says it is the first time that eastern equine encephalitis has been confirmed to cause illness in a Minnesota wild animal.
A former Michigan lawmaker says he took a picture of an unusual deer. a buck with three antlers in the Upper Peninsula.