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After five and a half years as the WITC-Superior campus administrator and vice president of academic affairs, Dr. Bonny Ball Copenhaver has accepted a position as the president of New River Community College in Beaver, WV.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is providing $20 million to launch a massive rebuild of the ‘can of worms’ intersection and related highway infrastructure along Interstate 35 near Duluth’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.The investment comes 25 years after completion of the flawed interchang…
On Saturday, Jan. 5, visitors can ride or watch a premier winter cycling event at the third annual Norpine Fat Bike Classic in Lutsen. Riders will make their way on a long 24-mile course or a shorter 16-mile course through Cook County’s wilderness landscape on the North Coast of Lake Superi…
The Duluth YMCA Corporate Olympics will be held on Friday, Feb. 15, from noon until 4:30 p.m.. An award ceremony with refreshments will be held at 5 p.m., location TBD.
Scottie Sandstrom didn’t set his sights on becoming an economic developer, but his background in sales certainly gave him the needed skills.
In the far reaches of northern Minnesota technological solutions to decrease fossil fuel consumption and carbon emissions are being sought.
A $300 million plan to update and expand St. Luke’s medical campus will extend over 10 years and be carefully modeled to mirror the future face of healthcare.
Minnesota-based Carefree Living, a division of Spectrum Health Companies, announced the acquisition of the Buhl, Hoyt Lakes and McGregor Northland Village senior living communities on Dec. 1. Effective immediately, the acquired locations will also have independent living apartments available.
Bemused Design & Photography has opened a pop-up shop open during select days in December. It will feature Illustrator Jamey Penney-Ritter’s entire collection of vintage-inspired travel posters that showcase towns and landmarks around the South Shore and beyond.
EVELETH – Northeastern Minnesota's six iron ore pellet producers are receiving $8.4 million in rebates from the Minnesota Department of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation for capital improvement projects at taconite plants.
A change in federal law is forcing hundreds of thousands of elderly Minnesotans to replace their health plans that supplement Medicare coverage.
A council that manages and protects the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River basin is changing the rules for communities that want to withdraw and use water outside the watershed.
Mark Yuran has been named vice chancellor for human resources by the University of Minnesota Duluth. This is an upgraded role that replaces the previous director of human resources position, UMD said.
The leader of LHB’s Industrial and Survey Groups, Tom Cook, will retire Jan. 2 after 33 years as a civil engineer and construction manager. He oversaw the success of projects for pulp and paper, mining, wood manufacturing, power generation and industrial developments, LHB said in an announc…
Duluth-based law firm Fryberger, Buchanan, Smith & Frederick, P.A. announced the addition of attorney J. Steve Nys to their Duluth office.
CBS 3 morning anchor Briggs LeSavage has been named content manager.