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Two Harbors cheerleader headed to London
Although Two Harbors High School varsity cheerleader Halina Mojkowski is what's known as a flyer on the cheer team, in a few weeks, she'll fly in a plane for the second time in her life. Halina, a junior, is about to join the National Cheer Association (NCA) Varsity All-American team in the New Year
Two Harbors advances wastewater treatment plan
The Two Harbors City Council voted unanimously Tuesday, Dec. 11, to approve the Two Harbors Amended Wastewater Treatment Facility plan and authorized Bolton & Menk to move forward with the creation of plans and specifications for the Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvement plan.
Hermantown woman charged with murder after OD
DULUTH — A Hermantown woman is charged with third-degree murder for her role in the overdose death of a Moose Lake woman in August. Dawn Marie Clemons, 39, was charged in Sixth Judicial District Court after Leah Michele Olsen, 38, was found dead Aug. 5.
Duluth man dies in Wisconsin crash
A Duluth man died Friday in Chippewa County, Wis., when a semitrailer truck struck the car he was driving. William M. Shelton, 77, was northbound on Wisconsin Highway 40 when he failed to yield the right of way at Wisconsin Highway 64 in the Town of Bloomer, the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office repo
Suspected airport crasher charged for trying to hide guns
A 36-year-old ex-convict already facing felony charges after crashing his vehicle through a security gate and onto the runway of the Duluth International Airport last month was taken into custody again on Thursday, following what authorities say was a botched effort at concealing weapons he held ill
Lake County levy to increase 2.5 percent
Lake County taxpayers will likely see a 2.5 percent increase in their property taxes next year. The County Board presented the increase during its Truth in Taxation hearing Tuesday, Dec. 11, in Two Harbors.
Letter: Thankful for support of football team
I know that in our busy, fast-paced world that we live in, small-town values and support sometimes seem to be lost. After the Agate football team qualified for the state tournament, a group of parents and local businesses organized a community-wide send-off hosted by the Moose Lodge.
Opioid technician joins Minn. police department
DULUTH, Minn. - The Duluth Police Department has added another resource in the fight against the opioid epidemic. Jessica McCarthy started last Tuesday as the department’s first opioid technician, a role that will help respond to overdose victims, provide chemical dependency referrals and develop an
Enjoy 150 MPH Winds Indoors At This Minnesota Center
Thrill seekers will be all over this. Minnesota is getting its first Indoor Skydiving Center where thrill seekers can simulate what 150 mph winds are like, free falling down, just like they jumped out of an airplane. Without actually doing the later.
Minnesota vs. Miami Live updates Score, results, highlights, for Sunday's NFL game
After two games on the road, Minnesota is heading back home. They will square off against Miami at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday. Miami will be strutting in after a victory while Minnesota will be stumbling in from a defeat.
Morrison: De-listing gray wolves may save Minnesota's moose
Depending on who you talk to, Minnesota's most iconic mammal is either the moose or the gray wolf. Getting folks of either persuasion together for a discussion on the topic can sometimes get downright heated.
Democratic gains raise odds for gun control in Minnesota
A shift in the balance of power at the state Capitol has boosted the odds of lawmakers passing bills to reduce gun violence. The Democratic takeover of the Minnesota House includes many freshmen who support tougher gun laws.
Ask a Conservation Officer: Bringing deer back to Minnesota for processing
Q: I deer hunt in Wisconsin, but I live in Minnesota. Can I bring my deer back to be processed?. A: The simple answer is no. Importation of Cervidae (deer, elk, moose, etc) from outside of the state is addressed in DNR Rule 6232.1990 which states the only hunter harvested parts that may be brought i
Man charged with fatally shooting former lover’s ex-boyfriend in Duluth
DULUTH, Minn. — A man accused in Monday’s fatal shooting in the Gary-New Duluth neighborhood said his relationship with the victim grew increasingly hostile, according to court records.
Band Shell Park group earns $300,000 grant
The Friends of the Band Shell Park was recently awarded a $300,000 grant from the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation for the construction of a new performing arts center. The city of Two Harbors will own the new facility, which will replace the current band shell.
Last saltie of 2018 departs from Duluth
The last saltie of the 2018 shipping season departed Saturday evening from the Twin Ports. The Federal Rhine, whose home port is Bridgetown, Barbados, departed from the Twin Ports around 4:50 p.m. The 656-foot vessel loaded durum wheat Friday at the CHS elevator in Superior. That wheat will wind up
Minnesota State Patrol recruiting more women
The Minnesota State Patrol hopes more women will choose to wear the uniform. The agency held its annual Women in Law Enforcement Information Session in Golden Valley Saturday. Lt. Col. Rochelle Schrofer wasn't always with the Minnesota State Patrol. After working in the information technology field,
Minnesota Weather: Brown Christmas Looking More Likely
TWIN CITIES, MN — There's good news if you're a fan of having brown, muddy conditions over Christmas Day. Above-average temperatures over the next week will slowly melt away the snow during the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
‘They found her in a bath of blood’: Beloved Minnesota musician allegedly murdered while studying abroad
A beloved Minnesota musician was allegedly murdered Wednesday by her roommate while studying abroad in the Netherlands, authorities announced Friday. Citing police, CBS Minnesota reported that 21-year-old Sarah Papenheim, of Andover, was apparently stabbed to death by her unidentified 23-year-old ma
Letter: Two Harbors utility rates too high
Have you taken a good look at your monthly utility bill from the city lately? I believe our rates we pay are among the highest in the region. I know my utility bills are almost double from what I was paying 10 years ago.