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  • Crisis of Native American children spurs summit

    Thursday, Sep 25 at 10:26 PM

    Tower, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- State, county, and tribal leaders from Minnesota gathered at Fortune Bay Resort Casino on Thursday to talk about what they are calling a crisis of Indian children. Native Americans account for one percent of Minnesota's population. However, Native American children are four times more likely to live in poverty than the state's white children, and one and seven are placed in foster care, according to tribal leaders.

  • 4th annual Lake Superior Fish Classic fills appetites

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - The 4th annual Lake Superior Fish Classic swam onto the historic grounds of the Glensheen Mansion Wednesday night.

  • Hermantown officials break ground on two new businesses

    Hermantown, MN (NNCNOW.com) - Officials with the Hermantown Chamber of Commerce and Platinum Properties held a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday morning for Enventis, a telecommunications company, and Burger King.

  • Whole Foods Co-op breaks ground on second location in West Duluth

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - Whole Foods representatives say the new location will expand food access to people in the western part of the city.

  • Councilor Howie Hanson to run in Duluth mayor's race

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - Duluth city councilor Howie Hanson has announced he's running for mayor.

  • Superior breaks ground on new animal shelter

    Superior, WI (NNCNOW.com)--- Shovels hit the ground in Superior today in a ground-breaking for a new animal shelter.

  • WLSSD users to pay more on property tax bills

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Starting in 2015, Western Lake Superior Sanitary District users will be paying about $7 more on their property tax bills.

  • TriTec celebrates major production milestone

    Virginia, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- A steel and fabrication company on the Iron Range is celebrating a major milestone in production.

  • Fall Fest in full swing at Myers-Wilkins Elem.

    Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Fall festivities were in full swing at Myers–Wilkins Elementary School Tuesday night. Students were able to show off their homegrown vegetables as part of the Harvest Festival.

  • Census survey and hefty fine narrowly missed

    Cloquet, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- With so many internet and direct mail scams these days, it may be hard to tell when to take that so called "junk mail" seriously. When Butch Lund went to his mail box a few weeks ago he got something that he thought was a scam.

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