• Cub Scouts Learn Fair Play At Pinewood Derbies

    Sixty years ago, a Cub Scout leader in California invented a new game for his scouts. It involved cars made from little blocks of wood running down a sloping race track. This is the time of year cub scouts everywhere race those cars. Dave Anderson takes us to Pack Seven's recent race to see how the little ones roll and what they learn in the process.

  • Nature Matters: Aquarium To Open New Crow Exhibit

    Crows have two personas: intelligent master of their domain and disruptive distributor of garbage when they get into your trash. The Great Lake Aquarium in Duluth wants people to learn more about the birds' good qualities. The Aquarium is building a new display for a gregarious crow and Dave Anderson tells us what they hope to teach in this week's Nature Matters.

  • Possible Rezoning for Duluth Central

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com)-- The Duluth community is invited to help shape the future of a school that is sitting vacant, waiting for a new purpose.

  • Ordean East Middle School Student Received Apollo Gilruth Award

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- A student of Ordean East Middle School has received the Apollo Gilruth Continuum Award for excellence she showed in the classroom.

  • Sen. Jauch Calls Voucher Expansion an Assault on Public Education

    Superior, WI (NNCNOW.com)-- Gov. Scott Walker's plan to expand the voucher system for private schools is drawing harsh criticism from both lawmakers and school administrators.

  • Error Causes Benefit Pool Depletion at UMD

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com)-- A miscalculation has depleted a pool of money at the University of Minnesota-Duluth that pays for health care and other benefits.

  • Services Planned to Remember Beloved UWS Theater Professor

    UWS students, staff and alumni are mourning the loss of a much beloved Professor and mentor. John Munsell passed away Tuesday after a brief battle with cancer.

  • Community Responds to Homeless Youth Population

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- With the number of homeless children in Twin Ports schools poised to top last year's enrollment, our community is looking into what it can do to support these children and encourage their success. From backpacks full of food, to free transportation, Superior and Duluth Schools are doing all they can to support these homeless youth.

  • UMD Students Fight Water Crisis in Ethiopia

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- With the help of the Duluth Rotary Club and several other local community members, students at UMD are doing all they can to fight the water crisis in Ethiopia.

  • Another Bad Year for Homeless Kids in Twin Ports

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- The school year is only half way through, but school officials in the Twin Ports are predicting this academic year will see more homeless kids than it did last year.

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