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Long-quiet copper project near Babbitt stirs
Moorhead lawyer fights two-decade war on circumcision
Retired DNR conservation officer makes case for copper bullets during deer hunting trip with his daughter
Duluth hires new parks manager
Paul Gazelka: The Brainerd man for the statewide Republican moment
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Bloom Lake mine, dumped by Cliffs, to reopen by March
Christmas music is back on Twin Ports radio
Eye in sky will help Renville County enforce buffer law
'Modern hostel' coming to downtown Duluth
Minnesota Sysco workers join Kansas strike
Antlerless deer driving Northeastern Minnesota deer harvest
Denver uses power-play goals to get split
Curling: Olympic four-peat for Shuster
College men's hockey: Bulldogs settle for series split at Miami
NFL: Williams next in line in Packers' backfield
Violet Days: Fence angel update
This pricey beer is illegal in 12 states.
Buffet-style Thanksgiving rules
'Sioux Chef' serves up indigenous foods
In search of lunch: The DNT investigates local offerings during Eat Downtown
Alvin Clyde Lamppa
Lois Marie Deutsch
Richard E. Johnson
John Otto Becker
Gloria Maxine Albrecht
National view: Great again, but not how Trump envisioned
Other view: We'll self-destruct if we can't find empathy, mutual respect
An editorial page editor's view: Copy-and-paste commentaries lack clout of unique letters
National view: A year later, a far different election
Reader's view: Legislature needs real health care solutions
Field Reports: Esko hunter the latest to take mature buck with antlers in velvet
Duluth city deer harvest now over 200 deer and counting
Ask a Conservation Officer: Digital copies of licenses
Houston's fishing report: Ice anglers still on hold
Outdoors Notes for Nov. 19, 2017
Retaining young hunters presents a challenge, Grand Forks parent says
Ask a Trooper: Can my child wear a bicycle helmet on an ATV or side by side?
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February 29, 2016
Gas prices inching up in Northland, nationwide
Gas prices across the country continue to tick upward — including in the Upper Midwest, with the statewide average in Minnesota climbing nearly 20 cents in the past week. "We knew it was inevitable. The eight-month decline in prices at the pump that brought the national average...
February 29, 2016 - 6:23pm
February 21, 2016
BNSF lays out plans to upgrade 360 miles of track
At least two major rail routes used by BNSF Railway Co. in Northeastern Minnesota will undergo rail replacements and upgrades as part of its 2016 maintenance program in Minnesota. The program will include replacing rails on BNSF’s Lakes Subdivision that transports freight from the...
February 21, 2016 - 11:00pm
January 14, 2016
Several more ships coming for winter layup in Twin Ports
The signals of winter layup seem to be everywhere. Icebreaking is underway on the Great Lakes and four vessels are scheduled to arrive in the...
January 14, 2016 - 6:31am
January 8, 2016
Work progressing at former Georgia-Pacific plant in Duluth
More than three years after it closed, railroad cars will start traveling to and from the former Georgia-Pacific complex on Duluth’s industrial...
January 8, 2016 - 7:13pm
December 20, 2015
Superior coal dock reaches milestone
A Superior coal dock in the St. Louis Bay reached a shipping landmark earlier this month when Midwest Energy Resources Co. transshipped its 500 millionth ton of coal on Dec. 14. MERC passed the milestone with the loading of the Interlake Steamship Co.’s freighter Paul R. Tregurtha...
December 20, 2015 - 5:35pm
October 25, 2015
Ore shipments fall again in September
Iron ore cargoes decreased 20 percent in September compared to the same month a year ago, as the U.S.-flag freighters on the Great Lakes continued to see numbers that are both good and bad in the 2015 shipping season. The Great Lakes freighters, in numbers released last week by the...
October 25, 2015 - 11:58pm
October 12, 2015
Northland manufacturer's trailers are motorcycling marvels
When Bryan Nelson sold his family’s longtime excavation business in 2005 and decided to move out of New London, Minn., he sought a simpler...
October 12, 2015 - 11:40am
August 30, 2015
Kwik Trip sets its sights on Two Harbors
Rumors of a Kwik Trip coming to Two Harbors have been making the rounds since November.
August 30, 2015 - 10:10pm
August 23, 2015
Iron ore shipping continues to dip
While the failure late last month of one of the Soo Locks didn’t affect July’s shipping numbers, iron ore cargos carried by U.S.-flag Great Lakes ships fell again, the Lake Carriers’ Association reported last week. Loadings totaled 4.7 million tons in July, a decrease...
August 23, 2015 - 6:13pm
August 4, 2015
Out-of-service Soo Lock slows shipping on Great Lakes
When it comes to the shipping industry, "summer sailing" is the best sailing on the Great Lakes. Not yet braced for November's gales and free...
August 4, 2015 - 6:42pm
July 20, 2015
Shipping link to Europe off to sluggish start, but Port Authority still optimistic
An arrangement that would connect the Port of Duluth-Superior with western Europe is off to a slower start than expected. Originally billed...
July 20, 2015 - 10:14pm
July 19, 2015
Iron ore shipments down in June
Shipments of iron ore on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway totaled 6.2 million tons in June, a decrease of 6 percent compared to May, and nearly 5 percent below the level of a year ago, the Lake Carriers’ Association said in a news release. Loadings at U.S. ports totaled...
July 19, 2015 - 5:13pm
July 5, 2015
More training fleet sales for Cirrus
Saint Louis University’s aviation program has purchased two Cirrus piston airplanes for its training fleet. The two new Cirrus SR-20s were delivered last month, joining the college’s fleet of 13 other aircraft, including Piper Arrows, Piper Seminoles and Diamond DA-20s. But...
July 5, 2015 - 6:27pm
CN exec to speak at Duluth chamber’s annual meeting
Forget the politicians. The scheduled keynote speaker at the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce’s biggest event of the year — its annual meeting...
July 5, 2015 - 6:24pm
June 10, 2015
Amtrak engineer wasn’t using cellphone in deadly derailment
NEW YORK — The engineer of an Amtrak passenger train that derailed, killing eight passengers, was not using his cellphone during the Washington-New York run, investigators said Wednesday as they issued an update of the ongoing investigation into last month’s crash. The National...
June 10, 2015 - 9:53am