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3 hrs ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com
Have you ever wondered where all the local food being produced in Duluth is grown? The Urban Farm Tour brought people from Lakeside to Spirit Mountain showing off the most delicious fruits and vegetables Duluth has to offer.
4 hrs ago | WDIO
Summer is here to enjoy, but an election is just 100 days away so politicians and their supporters are ramping up campaigns in Minnesota.
7 hrs ago | TwinCities
The night was so dark early Tuesday in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness that frantic campers at one site under assault from falling trees had only the incessant lightning to light their way.
15 hrs ago | Business North
In August 2014, SCS Interiors will celebrate twenty-five years of upholstery service.
19 hrs ago | NorthlandsNewscenter.com
According to Lake Country Power's website, over 3,000 customers are currently without power as of nine Saturday evening.
About 100 brewers came together for the third annual All Pints North Summer Brew Fest at Bayfront Park on Saturday.
Dancers from the School of the Minnesota Ballet got a chance to show off their skills Friday in the Student Summer Showcase Nearly 20 students have been working for the last six weeks to perfect their dance skills in the school's summer intensive dance program.
The same group behind Fitger's Brewhouse, Tycoon's Alehouse and Burrito Union, is behind Endion Station and they're bringing the history of the old train depot back to life.
Duluth and Superior are winning awards for the best places to live, and the Twin Ports economy is looking good as two engineering firms expand in both cities.
A small satellite office established in Duluth during 1997 has grown to become Barr Engineering's second largest, company executives said Friday as the engineering firm celebrated a significant expansion.
The future of Duluth's 4th Street was a heated topic Thursday night, as St. Louis County engineers discussed tree removal plans.
The University of Minnesota Duluth was recently awarded nearly $9 million to construct a new drilling platform for research in Antarctica.
With Representative Janet Bewley vying for retiring Senator Bob Jauch's 25th Senate District office, Wisconsin's 74th Assembly seat is open.
A northern Minnesota man was charged Wednesday with shooting a 17-year-old girl several times after authorities say she told him not to ride his lawn mower through her yard.
The Minnesota Department of Health has hired Michelle Larson to lead the Office of Medical Cannabis that will implement and administer Minnesota's new medical marijuana program .
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Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 10:11 pm
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