In an effort to spotlight the difference that tax credits bring to low to moderate-income families, the Head of the Lakes United Way is bringing together community leaders for an Awareness Day assembly on Friday, January 27. The event will take place at 11:00 AM in Conference Room A at the Ordean Building, 424 West Superior Street.
Working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are crucial safety devices every home should have. While it is important to have them in your home, it is also important to make sure they are installed properly. If these devices are not properly placed in your home, their effectiveness in alerting you to a problem can be impacted.
More than 25 grams of heroin, over $11,000 in cash, and miscellaneous drug packaging and paraphernalia is off the Duluth street thanks to a drug bust on January 23. Duluth Police officers executed a search warrant on an apartment in the 6700 block of Redruth Street, resulting in charges for a 32-year old suspect.
Northlanders looking for a different perspective on road conditions can now access the view from the crews battling the worst that Mother Nature throws our way. The Minnesota Department of Transportation made the announcement that they have installed plow cams on some of their 838 snowplows - allowing the general public a first-hand look at road conditions.
Going solar is easier than ever these days as the costs of the necessary equipment continues to decline with each passing year. Many people here in the Northland have added solar panels to their existing homes allowing them to subsidize or (in some cases) replace their utilities.
It'll be an evening of wine, music, art, and more - to raise money for a good cause! Friday, February 10 is the date of the 7th annual Love Your Local Artist event at the Superior Public Library. The event starts at 5:30 PM.
You might love the January Thaw we're experiencing - but it doesn't bode well for outdoor winter activities. With the warm temperatures and rain we've experienced this past week (and are anticipated throughout the weekend), the City of Superior has moved to temporarily close the municipal skating rinks and pull grooming efforts from the cross country ski trails.
Battery operated socks rock! Honestly there is so much to do the entire weekend at the Lake Superior Ice Festival you'll want to pack extra batteries for your socks. I'm ALWAYS cold, I even use an electric blanket in July, but I'm not willing to sit out on any of the frozen fun and memories waiting to be made at the Lake Superior Ice Festival so I'm pulling out the long johns, my thermal cuddle duds and battery operated socks.
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