Joe Bowen

Joe Bowen

Joe Bowen is an award-winning reporter at the Duluth News Tribune. He covers schools and education across the Northland.

He's previously worked at the Grand Forks Herald in North Dakota, the Bemidji Pioneer in northwestern Minnesota, Sun Newspapers in suburban Minneapolis, and the Perham Focus in a different part of northwestern Minnesota. Joe grew up in south Minneapolis and graduated in 2009 from the College of Saint Benedict & Saint John's University with a degree in English and Philosophy.

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The annual fundraiser for the Knife River Recreation Council drew hundreds on Saturday.
A student at the college’s Center for Advanced Aviation dropped a backpack on Tuesday, which caused a presumably-forgotten gun inside to go off.
School Board members are set to finalize a 2023 tax levy that could be as large as $43.95 million.
The union represents about 1,500 custodians, cooks, groundskeepers and other service workers at the five campuses, including the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Friday's Minawaanigoziwin Round Dance was a part of Native American Heritage Month nationally and a local week of Indigenous cultural events in schools.
Video Vision and Superior Tan still kicking in Superior.
About 7% was finished as of Friday morning
The longtime finance administrator led the school since 2018.
The News Tribune asked student representatives what they think about school resource officers — the four Duluth police officers stationed in the public school district.
The school was closed in 2011 under the Duluth school district's "Red" facilities plan. District leaders in August agreed to sell the property for $8 million.