Wisconsin Utility Shutoff Moratorium Extends Until Next Spring
Wisconsin state regulators have extended the moratorium for utility shutoffs for water, electric, and gas service to November 1
Duluth COVID Saliva Test Site Opens September 23 - First In MN
It's a first for the state - and it's happening right here in the Twin Ports. The Minnesota Department of Heath has announced that the first COVID-19 Community Saliva Test site will be opening in Duluth on Wednesday, September 23 at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center (DECC).
Wrenshall Schools Closing Going Full Distance Learning Thursday
Wrenshall Public Schools is closing Tuesday and Wednesday and will resume Thursday with changes.
Minnesota State High School League Reverses Course On Fall Sports
The Minnesota State High School League has changed its mind about the fall sports season after all. Football and volleyball will play this fall in a surprising about-face from their August 4th decision to move the sports to spring.
Boo! Tips To Trick-Or-Treat Safely During COVID-19
We could still be stocking up on candy come October!
WI Won't Make Unemployment Supplement Recipients Pay It Back
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has ruled that it won't ask unemployment insurance recipients that are receiving the new $300 weekly unemployment supplement to repay the funds - unless "otherwise required by law or based on future guidance from the federal government"…
Epicurean Doing Their Annual Warehouse Sale Virtually This Year
Like many events, Epicurean is doing its annual warehouse a little differently for 2020.
AAA: Do Not Hang Face Coverings From Rearview Mirror
The most 2020 headline ever.
How Much Money Will Vikings + Packers Lose Without Fans At Games?
The 2020 NFL season has begun, but with a much different look without fans being allowed into most stadiums. How much revenue will teams lose should this continue?