Long before Duluth was a city, ancestors of the Fond du Lac Band lived at “Nah-Gah-Chi-Wa-Nong,” the place where the water stops. Until reservation boundaries were pushed to their current western location, the Anishinabe gathered at the rich fishing grounds where the St. Louis River pours in…
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.
Revitalizing the once hustling and bustling downtown Two Harbors that drew tourists by the boat and train load has long been a dream of city planners.
When it came time for Stern Companies, Inc. to expand its manufacturing capabilities, the choice for a new site became unmistakable – Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota.