Bayfield County authorities are investigating the deaths of two people at a residence in Iron River on Saturday evening.
The new world of health insurance, ushered in by the Affordable Care Act, looks much different in Superior than it does from Duluth.
Robin Washington column: Four months after his February 1990 release from prison, Nelson Mandela and then-wife Winnie Mandela made a triumphant world tour. Their visit to Boston made that the biggest day in my career.
I know the adage: Guns don’t kill people; people do. As a lifelong hunter and gun owner, I know there’s truth behind that oft-recited 2nd Amendment mantra: Before a firearm can turn on humanity, it needs to be held in the “cold, dead hands” (Charlton Heston’s words, not mine) of a Homo sapien. It’s a simple premise, really, one that isn’t debatable. Except…
David Morley’s freshman season was a complete washout, the result of concussions received while playing junior hockey and again in a serious car accident shortly afterward.
It doesn’t matter how vulnerable the Concordia-St. Paul volleyball team might appear during the regular season.
It is what they’ve done in the postseason over the last seven years that is the stuff of legend.
Read this week's stories about PolyMet Mining Corp. by News Tribune reporter John Myers.
Venison sausage contest info
The submission deadline for the News Tribune's annual venison sausage contest is 5 p.m. Dec. 10.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Ice crystal sky
Two brilliant sundogs, a halo and a colorful circumzenithal arc (top) light up the sky around the sun Friday from Aurora, Minn. The phenonomena are caused by billions of pencil and plate-shaped, six-sided ice crystals suspended in the bitter cold air that refract light like miniature prisms. (Bob King / email@example.com)
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