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Body found in St. Croix River, ID'd as missing Stillwater woman
1 min 40 sec ago
Fire damaged the Androy Building in Hibbing Sunday morning. Photo submitted by the Hibbing Fire Department.
Fire damages Hibbing senior high-rise
5 min 6 sec ago
Sam Cook column: Everything is in place for a good Minnesota fishing opener
53 min 43 sec ago
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An unknown person cut down the well-known Honking Tree along Minnesota Highway 61 near Two Harbors in April 2009. (File / Lake County News-Chronicle)
Honking Tree is gone but not forgotten
18 hours 18 min ago
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Beverly Godfrey column: Latest procedure provides a taste of adulthood
15 hours 20 min ago
Dry weather sparks several fires in northern Minnesota
15 hours 20 min ago
Give an ordinary concrete floor a polished finish with stylish materials. TNS
Solutions for reclaiming the space in your garage
May 2, 2015 - 12:00am
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Photographer Craig Blacklock at the front door of his burned-out sauna on the North Shore. He suffered severe burns in the fire last November. (Photo courtesy of Craig Blacklock)
Renowned Northland photographer reveals story of survival, recovery
May 1, 2015 - 9:31pm
The landmark Duluth Technology Village, owned by A&L Properties, is for sale along with the Wieland Block across East Superior Street in downtown Duluth. (Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com)
Duluth developer selling landmark properties as retirement nears
May 1, 2015 - 7:08pm
Nancy Sudak of Duluth breaks a plate by throwing it into a garbage can during The Blasphemists
A night at Homegrown: Broken plates, mobile music
May 1, 2015 - 10:38pm
Tourists look at defaced remains in Joshua Tree National Park in California in April. (Los Angeles Times / TNS)
Graffiti at national parks angers outdoors lovers
18 hours 14 min ago
Sunday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Could be a stormy Sunday for some
15 hours 20 min ago
Buckthorn Baggies — an invention of a Woodbury, Minn., father and son — dot the landscape at River Oaks Scenic Overlook in Cottage Grove on Monday. The cut-and-cover method is common in fighting the invasive species, but this is a unique product in the marketplace, according to ecologists. (Katie Kather / St. Paul Pioneer Press)
Battling buckthorn? It’s in the bag
20 hours 42 min ago
Wisconsin's Gov. Walker signs into law Uber, Lyft oversight bill
20 hours 44 min ago
Grand Canyon visitor falls 400 feet off ledge to death
May 2, 2015 - 1:48pm
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