United States Steel Corp. announced it will construct an approximately $150 million system on Minnesota's Iron Range to produce DR-grade pellets.
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GreenStep City Step 5 status recognizes Duluth’s work to conserve energy & increase efficiencyThe City of Duluth was selected as the winner of the Sustainable City Award for 2022 from the League of Minnesota Cities Annual Conference, held in Duluth Thursday night.The Sustainable City Awa…
Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation provides financial assistance to communities that invest in their foundational, business and social assets to ensure quality of life in Northeastern Minnesota.
With the success of its 2021 Indigenous Food & Art Markets, the American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO) is excited to announce this year’s Food and Art Markets. AICHO will host eight food and art markets every two weeks, June 25-Oct. 1, at the One Roof Parking Lot, 12 E. 4…
Sales accelerating in U.S. slowdown; more women are buying bikes
Have you been inside your bank’s lobby lately? No? Well, neither has anyone else. Okay, that’s an exaggeration, but, you get the idea.
It’s looking like the trajectory of golf in 2022 could be a repeat of 2021.
The Entrepreneur Fund has opened a new office in the Superior Entrepreneurship Center, located in the former post office building at 1401 Tower Ave. in Superior.
Mike Adkinson of Bellingham, Wash., leans against his John Deere tractor in front of Hibbing High School while being interviewed by media after driving his compact tractor more than 1,700 miles to raise money to help fight Parkinson's disease.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it is considering a ban on lead ammunition on several national wildlife refuges, a move some wildlife advocates want to see replicated at the state level in Wisconsin.
The port of Duluth is used to the comings and goings of slow-moving, barge-like, thousand-foot long freighters, weighted down with hulking loads of iron ore bound for steel mills in the lower Great Lakes.
The blast injured workers and caused a mass evacuation. Investigators found no evidence key equipment had been inspected by the refinery for years.
Giant Voices, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Heather Wink to account executive. Wink joined Giant Voices as an account assistant in 2021.
Nine Essentia Health nurses are recipients of the 2022 Restoring Joy Award.
The University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program is proud to welcome Don Schreiner as MNSG’s new interim Extension Program Leader effective June 27.
The Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is pleased to announce that Kimberly Parmeter, president & CEO of the Hermantown Area Chamber of Commerce, and Melissa Martinez, director of the Washburn Area Chamb…