Winter's on it's way! And in order to combat the ice and snow that Mother Nature always leaves for us in the Northland, the Minnesota Department of Transportation is holding their annual Snowplow Operator Training over the next few weeks.
One of the largest fundraisers for the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association here in the Northland happens this Saturday, September 24. Join hundreds of your friends and neighbors for the 20th annual Northland Heart Walk - at the Lake Walk.
Living in the Twin Ports, we're blessed to have easy-access to the great outdoors; Lakes, woods and a great trail system provide countless opportunities to enjoy the four seasons. Now, one of those trails is seeing some improvements.
The Duluth Police Department is looking for help in locating a Level III Predatory Offender. 27-year old Delton Roy Misquadace is wanted by the authorities in connection with a Felony Department of Corrections warrant. Delton is accused of violating his predatory offender registration.
If you own a parcel of land in St. Louis County that has a septic system, you need to be aware of the changing season. County ordinances require inspections of septic systems prior to a land sale; ground freeze and frost will prevent an inspection from happening during the winter months.
Along with being home to the largest freshwater port in the world, Duluth can also claim quite a few railroad tracks and crossings. As a major train hub in the Midwest - and, with numerous tracks making their way throughout the community - those tracks are a major part of most drivers daily commute.
The on-going repair work on the Blatnik Bridge will switch courses - and directions - on Wednesday, September 14. On that date the southbound lanes that had been closed to traffic will re-open and the northbound lanes will close for approximately four weeks. In addition, one southbound lane at the center of the span will remain closed to traffic to lessen the weight load.
School has been in session for about a week now around the State of Minnesota and as students and parents settle into their school year routine, the Minnesota Department of Transportation reminds drivers to use caution, safety and common sense around school buses.
The return to school can be hard enough for students without having to worry about being on the receiving end of a potential scam. As college students return to their classes, the Duluth Police are warning about a fresh scam that's making its rounds - targeting them.
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