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  • Chester creek flood restoration continues

    Duluth, MN ( --- The June 2012 floods left devastating effects on much of the Northland, and efforts to rebuild some of the most damaged areas continue years later.

  • Senior housing starting to meet demand in Superior

    Superior, WI ( The Twin Ports is known for having a lack of housing, and when it comes to senior housing, the results are no different. The senior population is ever-growing and housing options are shrinking..but two new options in Superior are helping to ease that burden.

  • Kids construct Lego creations at library

    Duluth, MN ( -- Kids used Legos to build their own tiny towns at the Duluth Library this afternoon. The library received donated Legos from the community and also purchased some for kids to build their own creations.

  • Grain backlog one source of delays to Twin Ports shipping

    Duluth, MN ( -- Grain accounts for about five percent of the annual tonnage shipped out of the Twin Ports; but recent backlogs in the rail industry, specifically of grain, are holding up the rest of the shipping process and could be putting the Twin Ports at a disadvantage.

  • Police searching for suspect in Pine County bank robbery

    Duluth, MN ( --- The FBI and the Pine County Sherriff's Office are looking for clues and asking the public's help to catch a bank robber. The robbery happened at the Northview Bank on County Road 61 in Willow River.

  • Duluth for-profit casino proposed to fund street improvement projects

    Duluth, MN ( --- After the Duluth city council voted to implement the street maintenance fee Monday night, ideas for other funding sources for streets have been brought to the table.

  • Superior Meats wins national awards

    Superior, WI ( A local meat business was recognized nationally at the American Cured Meat Championships this past weekend in Milwaukee.

  • Lighthouse of Superior breaks ground on new senior apartments

    Superior, WI ( The city of Superior is stepping up to meet the demand for more senior housing.

  • First Healthy Duluth Festival held at Zeitgeist

    Duluth, MN ( -- One in four Duluthians eat fast food three or more time per week, according to the Healthy Duluth Area Coalition, which are among the reasons the organization is taking action to promote healthier communities.

  • DriveCam allows parents to monitor, improve teen driving

    Duluth, MN ( - If you're a parent of a teenager with car keys, you're probably familiar with the anxiety that comes when your child takes the wheel. You might also know that vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers. So, parents take note – a device called DriveCam is making it possible for you to monitor your child's driving, even when you're not there.

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