Over the past year, the Northland’s sports scene jumped from one high to another, including not one but two teams winning national championships.RELATED CONTENT
A review of the week that was and highlights of the coming weekend.
With cold winds prevailing and the Northland being hammered by the white stuff, many kids will find excuses to stay inside. The Twin Ports, however, has ample opportunity for those who want to brave the conditions.RELATED CONTENT
With the winter chill upon us — technically it’s still fall — and the holidays looming, many shoppers are hitting the stores.RELATED CONTENT
Both the Duluth Northern Stars girls high school hockey team and the Proctor-Hermantown-Marshall Mirage have one common enemy: the Grand Rapids-Greenway Lightning.RELATED CONTENT
A recap of the week that was and highlights of the coming weekend.
With a new arena to watch the Northland’s favorite sport in, this high school hockey season should be more exciting than ever.RELATED CONTENT
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This weekend, Northlanders can see MMA action first-hand at the Great Lakes Combat Association’s “The Proving Grounds #4” at Superior’s Stargate Nightclub. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and fights start at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29.RELATED CONTENT
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The year started out with a bang with the New York Giants upsetting — that’s not even the right word — the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Most were stunned. I wasn’t.
On Wednesday, senior Laura Bellamy, who competes in hockey (goalie) for the Duluth Northern Stars high school team and softball (pitcher) at Denfeld, told me some news that would make any parent, or anyone who knows her, proud.RELATED CONTENT
I was a big fan of professional wrestling growing up. It was great. Me and a bunch of the neighborhood friends would get together for our own “pay-per-view.”RELATED CONTENT
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Last Tuesday, the Twins lost 1-0 to the White Sox in an ending, well, that defined their season.RELATED CONTENT
As I dusted the white powder from my hands, I eyed the eight ball.RELATED CONTENT
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This past Tuesday, three Twins (Justin Morneau, Joe Nathan and Joe Mauer) represented the American League at the All-Star game.RELATED CONTENT