MORNING UPDATE: UMD researcher takes aim at Antarctica's deepest ice
UMD researcher takes aim at Antarctica's deepest ice Hidden beneath thousands of feet of Antarctic ice lies information about Earth's climate a million years ago and clues to how rapidly future sea levels will rise because of global warming. Now ...
UMD researcher takes aim at Antarctica's deepest ice
Hidden beneath thousands of feet of Antarctic ice lies information about Earth's climate a million years ago and clues to how rapidly future sea levels will rise because of global warming. Now University of Minnesota Duluth researcher John Goodge is involved in the effort to develop a drilling system capable of quickly boring to those clues.
Northland artist, Duluth church offer modern take on Stations of the Cross
Each depiction of Christ's last hours is made in steel, copper, brass, stone and wood. Those are hard, cold materials, Pastor David Tryggestad said Thursday at Concordia Lutheran Church in Duluth. "But here there is such motion, movement and energy," he said.
Duluth mayor proposes sales tax to pay for Wade Stadium repairs -- next year
Duluth Mayor Don Ness urged restraint Thursday for people who want to speed up the timeline to renovate Duluth's Wade Stadium after an upper section of brick wall collapsed last week. And Ness suggested that reinstating a recently expired half-percent food and beverage tax may be the best way for the city to pay for its portion of the proposed project.
Cancer claims two Northland running icons
The Northland running community lost two iconic figures Thursday with the passing of Kevin Peterson of Superior and Eugene Curnow of Saginaw.
Not yet complete, Minnesota physics lab captures images of subatomic particles
A northern Minnesota physics laboratory yet to be completed already has reached a significant milestone. The first finished section of the NuMI Off-Axis Electron Neutrino Appearance far detector near Ash River has recorded its first three-dimensional images of a subatomic particle producing a shower of energy as it passed through the detector.