Beargrease aims for financial stability plus schedule of events
Jan 28, 2018 06:41AM ● By Editor
On Sunday, mushers and dogs will begin the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon, an annual tradition and North Shore linchpin. By Jimmy Lovrien of the Duluth News Tribune on January 27, 2018Read More »
North House expanding Grand Marais campus
Jan 28, 2018 06:35AM ● By Editor
By John Myers of The Duluth News Tribune on Saturday, January 27, 2018.Read More »
Hundreds attend ‘civility summit’ in Two Harbors
Jan 27, 2018 05:13PM ● By Editor
More than 600 people, including students from Grand Marais to Barnum as well as representatives from 34 area businesses and Lake Superior College in Duluth, gathered at Two Harbors High School. By Lake County News-Chronicle on Jan 26, 2018Read More »
Community health centers still in fiscal limbo.
Jan 27, 2018 09:51AM ● By Editor
Sawtooth Mountain Clinic in Cook County is a federally qualified Community Health Center and depends on federal funding. By John Lundy of The Duluth News Tribune - January 25, 2018Read More »
Trump administration cancels detailed review of Obama-era mining ban near Minnesota wilderness
Jan 27, 2018 06:24AM ● By Editor
By Dino Grandoni and Juliet Eilperin of The Washington Post on January 26, 2018.Read More »
North House gets IRRRB grant to help purchase Dockside Fish Market.
Jan 26, 2018 06:04AM ● By Editor
By Brian Larsen of the Cook County News Herald - January 26, 2018Read More »
Thunder Bay Airport Sets New Passenger Volume Record
Jan 25, 2018 09:09AM ● By Editor
This past year saw Thunder Bay Airport (YQT) volumes hit an all-time high by hosting 844,627 passengers in 2017. Traffic grew by 4.6% over 2016 volumes. Media Release from Thunder Bay International Airport Authority - January 24, 2018Read More »
Flu outbreak reported at William Kelley Schools in Silver Bay.
Jan 25, 2018 08:15AM ● By Editor
By Jamey Malcomb of The Lake County News Chronicle on January 24, 2018Read More »
Great Lakes water levels to continue 5-year rise, forecast says.
Jan 24, 2018 09:48AM ● By Editor
Lake Superior already was just 4 inches below the record in December, and that’s before it receives water from this spring’s rains and snow melt. From the News Herald - December 24, 2018Read More »