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A Department of Commerce report found the company “failed to follow ‘good utility practice’ in maintaining and repairing its coal fired power plant.”
The new visitor policy goes into effect Monday, Jan. 17 due to high community spread of COVID-19.
Students are transitioning into online instruction due to a continued increase in COVID-19-related absences among students and staff.
Students involved in ACT-SO will have the opportunity to work with a mentor on a project to present at a competition with the hopes of moving on to the national competition this summer.

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Most of the state's 23,000 miles of trail are maintained by local club members.
As the Great Lakes shipping season nears its seasonal close, Lt. Alexander Stewart shared thoughts about churning up his home ice.
Seventeen COVID-related deaths were recorded in the region Jan. 7-13.
Depot Foundation Development Director Jessica Peterson said she sees a need to create greater access to art education in the Northland.
The Duluth Climate Club has spent three years researching solar energy and how it can benefit Duluth Public Schools.
On Jan. 13, the Minnesota Department of Health and Wisconsin Department of Health Services recorded 462 new cases of COVID-19 in the Northland and six COVID-19-related deaths.

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Kimberly Maki announced her run for office Thursday in her hometown Virginia.
The replacement program approved Tuesday will address 21 bridges and box culverts across the county.
Several residents in Morse Township lost power Wednesday evening due to a snowmobile accident with a utility pole guidewire.

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