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PolyMet supporters wore blue colors while orange was the color who do not support the project. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

Opinions were mixed at Duluth PolyMet hearing

Clean water. Jobs. Protecting the environment. Maintaining a way of life. The economy.


The Grand Marais Driver and Vehicle Services office

Local DVS impacted by statewide technical issues

The State of Minnesota continues to have problems with its vehicle licensing system. Rhonda Silence learns more in this interview with the local driver and vehicle services office.


Rep. Rick Nolan

Nolan won't run again in the 8th

U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan said today that he will not run for re-election when his term ends in 2018.


State Sen. Tom Bakk with St. Louis County Commissioner Tom Rukavina

Large crowd gathers in Duluth for PolyMet hearing

Approximately 800 turned up to a public hearing at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center on Feb.


W.E. Connect hoping to reconnect with community

Although the townships of Lutsen, Tofte and Schroeder all have their own town boards and fire departments, as well as their own policies and priorities, they often work together.


Caucuses were held Feb. 6 in Cook County. Photo by Pat Campanaro

Update: Cook County residents speak up at local caucuses

At two venues in Grand Marais on Tuesday night, Feb.


Moose in Superior National Forest

Project brings logging and prescribed burns to Middle Gunflint

The ShokoShoe Vegetation Management Project is one that has been several years in the making along a wide swath of forest between the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Middle Gunflint Trail.


Snowmobiler injured in crash in Lutsen

A Thunder Bay snowmobiler was injured when he lost control on a trail near Barker Lake Road in Lutsen.
 


A former Grand Marais family lost their home in a house fire Sunday morning

Former Grand Marais residents lose home in fire

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says a fire broke out at a home located on 1713 Hegberg Road in Duluth around 10 Sunday morning.  Local fire departments and the St.


Wolf

Study links Minnesota wolf population to moose survival

Dr. Shannon Barber-Meyer is a federal wildlife biologist on the Superior National Forest. She has done extensive research on wolves in Minnesota.