Duluth, Minn. — Senior year, Hermantown’s Maddy Foster is ready to lead the Hawks. At least that was the plan. “t was our second game of the season. We were
If you happened to catch the UMD men’s basketball team on Saturday night, you probably heard a familiar name from the PA…. Ryan Bruggeman… the younger brother of UMD assistant coach,
Saints starting quarterback Zach Edwards is known for his fancy footwork on the football field. Off the field… He’s known for his fancy foot-work. “I always liked having the different
KJ Stilling is no extraordinary athlete. But hes had some extraordinary experiences not limited to running grandma’s marathon this past June and skating in the Northshore Inline marathon in the
In her junior year at Esko… Kristy DeMuth has quite the balancing act. Not only is she a starting midfielder for the Eskomos varsity soccer team… but you’ll also find
Ava hill is no stranger to first place. “I joined track when I was younger… And it kind of went from there,” Ava said. This past summer, Ava competed
DULUTH, MN — Most places in town may have been closed this Easter Sunday, but over at Glensheen Mansion, they went the eggs-tra mile to
It won’t be long before local bands take over the Twin Ports.
According to the ordinance, its goal is to “protect against illegal prostitution and sex trafficking.”
The course itself should open in about 2 weeks barring another snowstorm.
According to Jim Benning, the city’s Public Works Department director, they’ll have a better idea of the condition when the snow melts.
A winter storm can’t change the fact that spring is well on its way to the Northland.
They’re normally a natural occurrence that can create problems, but during Thursday’s storm ice shoves actually came to the rescue.
The region is digging out after a major spring storm that dumped nearly a foot of snow on parts of the region.
A free collection event for any unwanted or expired medications will be held at Western Lake Superior Sanitary District’s Household Hazardous Waste Facility Friday.
The National Weather Service in the Twin Cities says some people may have noticed a tan or orange tint to the snow during the recent storm.
Minnesota already bans texting, emailing and web browsing while driving. The law will carry a $50 fine for the first violation and $275 after that.
We have reached the last day of Severe Weather Awareness week and the final topic to cover is extreme heat.
Air travelers will want to check with their airlines Friday as a winter storm system moves through northern Minnesota and Wisconsin.