Last Friday's snowstorm packed strong wind and powerful waves that did damage to many places along the Lake Superior shoreline in Duluth and along a number of other places around the head of the lake. While curiosity might have you interested in surveying the damage for yourself, it isn't …
Last week ended with a record-setting snowstorm, which caused significant damage to the Lakewalk in Canal Park. The City of Duluth has since been working on repairs, and are now reporting that a segment of the Lakewalk has been reopened.
With deer hunting season about to begin for everyone across the Northland, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources wants to remind all hunters to register their deer within the required time frame.
The first snowstorm of the 2017-2018 season packed a punch; breaking a snowfall record in Duluth, causing damage to portions of Duluth's shoreline, and leading to several car accidents including a couple fatal ones.
Powerful waves that forced debris onto the Duluth Lakewalk and damaged the boardwalk in Canal Park also brought water inland, causing flooding and bringing debris onto Canal Park roads and parking surfaces.