Those who served our country along with family and friends gathered Saturday afternoon to dedicate the Duluth Veterans Cemetery.
Saturday marked the first sabbath, a day of rest and and time for worship practiced by Jews, since the fire claimed the synagogue.
To some along the north shoreline of Lake Superior in Minnesota, building stacks of rocks, or cairns, is akin to making sand castles and can even be meditative.
With the hands-free law now in effect in Minnesota, drivers are wondering if it also applies to them when operating other vehicles, or on private land.
The festival features food from around the world, live music, and of course, both authentic German beer and craft beers from local breweries.
An investigation into an April crash on the ‘Can of Worms’ found a semi truck’s trailer had “little to no brakes”, and two axles were missing clevis pins, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Authorities say a suspect has been arrested following what they say is arson at Adas Israel synagogue.
As the Twin Ports prepares to see some major construction projects over the next several years, there was a sweet sign in Hermantown on Friday.
According to the MNA, contract negotiations with hospital management didn’t go well earlier this week, and on Thursday, nurses voted to authorize a strike, if it ends up coming to that.
Four years, that’s how long Sheila St. Clair’s family and friends have been waiting for answers for after their loved one went missing.
It’s that time of year again! Bentleyville is looking for volunteers to help set up lights.