Education

  • How a High School Auto Program Equates to Well-Paying Jobs: Part 1

    Tuesday, May 15 at 10:06 PM

    DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - A group of four students from the Duluth Public School's automotive program recently earned top honors and thousands of dollars in scholarships at a Skills competition.

  • Duluth School Board Makes First Round of Teacher Cuts

    DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Tuesday the Duluth Public Schools Board made its first round of teacher cuts effective at the close of the school year to help close the district's projected deficit.

  • Nature Matters: Riverquest Teaches Kids About Environment

    After years of industrial use, the Saint Louis River became pretty polluted. Many years of clean up, though, have freshened up that body of water significantly. Every year, Northland school kids take trips up the river to learn how to keep it clean. Dave Anderson has the story in Nature Matters.

  • Duluth Airshow Announces Airforce Heritage Flight

    Duluth, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - A tribute to generations of the Air Force will take to the skies at this year's Duluth Airshow in September.

  • Proctor High School DECA Team Places 2nd in the World

    Proctor, MN - (Northland's NewsCenter) - A group of Northland students has just received world wide recognition. Last weekend the Proctor High School DECA team competed against 16,000 DECA members at the International Career Development Conference in Salt Lake City and brought home some pretty significant awards.

  • Proposed Rezoning Near UMD Brings More Development Opportunities

    DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - A neighborhood just off of the UMD campus could soon be rezoned to allow more flexibility in its use.

  • 6th Grade Esko Students Use College Gadget For Class

    ESKO, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - Esko's elementary school is gearing-up students with the latest technology.

  • The New Norm: Police in High Schools

    PROCTOR, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) -Having police liaison officers in high schools on a full or part-time basis is a common practice nowadays but one district has lost theirs and is hoping to get the resources to bring them back.

  • "Lost Duluth" Book Chronicles Architectural Memories

    Duluth's lost landmarks will come to life again this week when a new book about the city's long gone architectural treasures comes out. Dave Anderson talked with one of the authors for a preview.

  • More Usable Business Park Space in New Central Land-Use Plans

    DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The Central High School site was the subject of discussion Thursday, as community members weighed in on its future.

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