Duluth, you’ve been good to me. And for that, I thank you. I’ve recently begun a new chapter in my life with a move to a Minneapolis suburb and left the comfort and familiarity of my hometown behind.RELATED CONTENT
Duluth car lovers and fans of cars speeding down a racetrack were in luck for the annual Kia of Duluth Drag Races Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 7 and 8.RELATED CONTENT
With a past career in radio and a love of the broadcasting field that he said he can’t seem to shake, Ivan Hohnstadt is hopeful that he can bring community radio to Duluth.
With September just beginning and the lazy, crazy, hazy days of summer soon to be behind us, that means just one thing.RELATED CONTENT
Growing up, Kalee Palmer of Hermantown, wasn’t afraid to try sports new to her. She spent hours on the softball field and in hockey rinks — playing with both boys and girls her age.
With less than two weeks until the kickoff of the National Football League regular season, football fans across the globe are gathering with friends, family, co-workers and even strangers to create hundreds of thousands of fantasy football leagues.RELATED CONTENT
Jessica Rossing got her start in the world of triathlons in 2007.
Director Peter Froehlingsdorf is a familiar face to Twin Ports theater lovers as both an actor and a director.RELATED CONTENT
When Sarah Frakes’ mother Julie was first diagnosed with breast cancer, she knew that she couldn’t just sit back and do nothing.RELATED CONTENT
University of Minnesota and National Hockey League alumus Rusty Fitzgerald still finds joy in the game of hockey nearly ten years after his professional career ended.RELATED CONTENT
I’ve lived in Duluth my entire life and have never been one for outdoorsy activities. I wanted to be interested in fishing and possibly hunting, but never knew many people who did it. Therefore, I didn’t.RELATED CONTENT
Five a.m. is early, very early. But I’m certain that TVs and DVRs across the Northland were already heated up at that hour this past Sunday when Duluth native Kara Goucher attempted to fulfill her dreams of becoming an Olympic champion.RELATED CONTENT
When people think of Hula-Hooping they often think of it as a children’s activity; however, it has become increasingly popular as a fitness activity.RELATED CONTENT
Duluth native Brian Prudhomme has loved sports since an early age. He said he knew his dad loved sports. “I would always ask, ‘Who’s playing? Who’s winning? Oh, that’s who I’m cheering for.’ Then something happened where I kept following sports and then my dad would come to me for information and statistics.”RELATED CONTENT
After spending his collegiate years at the University of Minnesota Duluth as a member of the Bulldogs and his high school career at Hermantown with the Hawks, Hermantown native Chad Huttel is now living in England, playing his first season with the Sheffield Steelers.RELATED CONTENT