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  • Glensheen in need of pumpkin carvers

    Today at 6:25 AM

    Duluth, MN ( - Glensheen Mansion is getting ready for their annual Jack O' Lantern Spooktacular event and they need some help carving pumpkins in order to do so.

  • Fall Trail Series keeps runners racing on trails

    Cloquet, MN ( --- If you like to run, or even if you don't, chances are good that you've enjoyed a race like Grandma's Marathon or at least a 5k race. Many of those races take place on the road, but there is a series of races that take place exclusively on the trails around the twin ports and guess what? They're free.

  • UMD retires Mandy Matula's softball jersey

    Duluth, MN ( - The University of Minnesota Duluth honored former UMD softball player, Mandy Matula, during Saturday's homecoming football game.

  • Volunteers assemble Bentleyville tree

    Duluth, MN ( - The holidays might be the furthest thing from your mind, but not for the folks operating Bentleyville.

  • Community helps familes displaced by apartment fire

    Duluth, MN ( -- The Duluth community is pulling together to help the families who have been displaced by an apartment fire earlier this week. More than 20 people were displaced by a fire that ruined an apartment building on 1603 East Fourth Street on Monday.

  • Youth help prepare for the IPC Nordic Skiiing World Championships

    Cable, WI ( -- Organizers for the IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships are getting all the help they can to put on a world class event.

  • Duluth company says device could reduce Ebola risk

    Duluth, MN ( A private Duluth company believes they have a medical device that will help combat the Ebola transmission risk between patients and health care workers.

  • Duluth Senior Expo celebrates city centenarians

    Duluth, MN ( -There was a very big birthday party Thursday celebrating over 1,000 years of collective wisdom at the DECC.

  • Wisconsin man arrested for allegedly murdering his wife

    Winter, WI ( --- A Wisconsin man has been arrested in Tomah, Wis., with first degree intentional homicide in the shooting death of his wife.

  • East Hillside fire ruled arson, $5,000 reward offered for information

    Duluth, MN ( - The Duluth Police and Fire Departments are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in connection with Monday's fire in the Hillside neighborhood.

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