A home in rural St. Louis County near Brookston was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon, and a firefighter battling the blaze suffered minor injuries.
Carlton County authorities on Tuesday released a sketch of the man suspected of physically and sexually assaulting a woman last week along Interstate 35 near Esko.
BOYS BASKETBALL Chisholm 25-24—49 Hibbing 37-43—80 Chisholm — Jaustin Culbert 14, Andrew Jugovich 10, Alex Sushoreba 8, Macoy Rudolph 7, Parker Cicmil 6, Eli Sundquist 2, Brandon Butkovich 2. Totals 18 11-16 49. 3-point goals — Culbert, Rudolph. Hibbing — Dylan Takkunen 24, Andy Kolden 10, Travis Carruth 9, Devin Eskeli 8, Phil Rebrovich 7, Chester Fishel 6, Corey Nelson 4, Evan Kleffman 4.
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Boys hockey WISCONSIN SECTIONAL 1 Tuesday’s First-Round Results Webster-Siren vs. Spooner, night Baldwin-Woodville 4, Amery 3 Thursday’s Quarterfinals Baldwin-Woodville at No. 2 Superior No. 6 River Falls at No. 3 New Richmond No. 5 Somerset at No. 4 Menomonie Spooner/Webster-Siren winner at No. 1 Hudson Tuesday, Feb. 24 Semifinals Quarterfinal winners, TBA Friday, Feb. 28 Championship At Wessman Arena Semifinal winners, 2 p.m. Girls hockey MINNESOTA SECTION 7AA Thursday’s Championship At Fogerty Arena, Blaine Andover (13-12-2) vs.
After scoring 61 points in Lakeview Christian Academy’s 88-82 victory over Deer River on Tuesday night, Bjorn Broman has 1,018 for the year — just the 10th 1,000-point season in Minnesota high school boys basketball history. Broman made 11 3-pointers en route to his second 1,000-point season. The Lions senior and his older brother, Anders Broman, have combined to reach 1,000 five times.
TODAY’S EVENTS Basketball NBA Golden State at Timberwolves, 7 p.m. (WEBC-AM 560) Sacramento at Bucks, 7 p.m. BASKETBALL NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic W L Pct GB Toronto 35 17 .673...
I liked the Feb. 2 letter, “Refute arguments, don’t try to prevent them,” which was about climate change. I appreciated its clear, reasonable language.
A Jan. 24 “Pro/Con” feature asked, “Should states raise gas taxes to curb global warming?” Economics professor Mark Price said “no” because it would “clobber customers,” and he was right about that. A carbon tax would do that. But it seems Price has never heard of a revenue-neutral carbon pollution fee, which would return all revenue from the fee to every American every month.
In the oh-so-polarizing debate over climate change — not so much whether it’s real as what to do about it — Dyann Andybur of Duluth and Katya and Mark Gordon of Two Harbors are pushing an idea they argue can be embraced by liberals and conservatives alike as well as everyone in between or on the periphery. The three are members of the Duluth and North Shore chapter of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, a national advocacy group. They met Tuesday with News Tribune editorial board members. The lobby, they said, endorses creating a federal revenue-neutral carbon tax.