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Olivia Boettcher and the Hilltoppers, Duluth Marshall off to a great start

DULUTH,MN – The Duluth Marshall girls hockey team is off to a 6-2 start. The Hilltoppers recently welcomed in first year head coach Stephanie Erickson. Duluth Marshall  is coming off

CSS’ Carson Rose provides a spark to the Saints

DULUTH,MN – The St. Scholastica men’s hockey team is ranked for the first time this season. In the latest USCHO Division III poll, the Saints come in at #15.  Standout

Beyond the box score: Sarah Spencer & the Duluth Northern Stars

DULUTH, MN – Yes, the Duluth Northern Stars are 0-5, coming off two blowout losses against a pair of Class AA powerhouse teams. It would be reasonable to brace for

A small town with a large passion, Cromwell-Wright is headed to the state semifinal

CROWMELL,MN – A small community with a large passion for football. Cromwell-Wright has built a winning culture despite a K-12 enrollment of just 318 students. The Cardinals punched their ticket

Naomi Rogge aims high, UMD sophomore lights up the lamp

DULUTH,MN – UMD sophomore forward Naomi Rogge finished the weekend with a plus-minus rating of 6. She accounted for half of the Bulldogs’ goals in her best offensive weekend of

Zach Edwards sets CSS record with 7 TD passes vs Greenville

DULUTH, MN – St. Scholastica junior quarterback Zach Edwards set a new school record with seven touchdown passes in a single game against Greenville on Saturday at Public Schools Stadium.

Will Francis leads Duluth East into postseason, while his family stands by in Kentucky

DULUTH, MN – Senior forward William Francis has led the Duluth East boy’s soccer team into the postseason with a program record 23 goals under his belt. In addition to

Ryleigh Houston finds success in her second season at UMD

 DULUTH, MN – 2016 was the beginning of a long, winding road for University of Minnesota Duluth junior Ryleigh Houston. After completing her freshman season at the University of

Quarterback on the court: Brynne Mickle sets Carlton apart

 CARLTON,MN – There isn’t a single senior on Carlton’s varsity volleyball roster. But what they lack in age, they make up in experience. Their class of 13 juniors have

Markus Pokornowski bolsters Cloquet’s explosive backfield

Before the lights turn on at Bromberg Field, Markus Pokornowski sits patiently in the locker room, awaiting his next opportunity. There’s nothing fancy about his routine. Just some music and

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Joan Gabel approved as new U of M President

Regents also approved Gabel's proposed contract, which is said to involve a 5-year term through June 30, 2024 at an

Family dog killed by hunter’s arrow

A Bethel family is urging hunters to heed their emotional plea: Know what you're targeting before releasing your arrow.

14 cases, 3 deaths now reported in Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at UW

Officials with University Hospital say three people have now died after contracting Legionnaires' disease from the hospital's water system.

Man with 16 drunken driving convictions gets prison time

A Wisconsin man with 16 drunken driving convictions in three states is headed to prison.

Vandals strike Bentleyville second time this season 

For the second time this season, criminals make a mess at Bentleyville.