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Northland weather-related closings and cancellations for Wednesday, April 26

Some school districts in the Northland have delayed or canceled classes for Wednesday, April 26, because of snow and freezing rain in the region. MINNESOTA University of Minnesota Duluth - delayed start / campus opening at 10 a.m. Lake Superior C...

Some school districts in the Northland have delayed or canceled classes for Wednesday, April 26, because of snow and freezing rain in the region.

MINNESOTA

  • University of Minnesota Duluth - delayed start / campus opening at 10 a.m.
  • Lake Superior College - closed
  • Duluth school district - closed
  • Duluth Marshall School - closed
  • Hermantown school district - closed
  • Proctor school district - closed
  • Cloquet school district - 2-hour delay
  • Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College - delayed start / campus opening at 10 a.m.
  • Carlton school district - 2-hour delay
  • Wrenshall school district - closed
  • Esko school district - closed
  • Cook County schools - closed
  • Ely school district - closed
  • Lake Superior school district (Two Harbors, Silver Bay) - closed
  • South Ridge School - closed
  • Cherry School - closed
  • Northeast Range School - closed
  • North Woods School (Cook-Orr) - closed
  • Tower-Soudan School - closed

WISCONSIN

  • Superior school district - closed
  • Maple-Northwestern school district - closed
  • South Shore school district - closed
  • Bayfield school district - closed
  • Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College - closed
  • Drummond school district - closed
  • Solon Springs school district - closed
  • Washburn school district - closed

OTHER ANNOUCEMENTS

  • Duluth Children's Museum - opening at noon

Check back for updates.

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