DULUTH, Minn. -- Officials with the Duluth Transit Authority say at least one person died after two buses crashed Tuesday morning. The accident occurred at 5 a.m on the 400...
Former Barnum girls basketball coach Gary Peterson and Cromwell native Beth Clark have been inducted into the Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
High winds brought down trees and limbs, causing power outages Monday across Duluth’s east side and the Northland. East Duluth resident Linda Nervick said her bed “shook and shimmied all...
For Raleigh Goessling, if the Sochi Olympics in February were a reminder “of where I need to be and how far I have to go,” then a visit back home to Minnesota in December was a reminder of something else.
It’s called “The Road to the Robertson Cup,” and for 16 North American Hockey League (NAHL) playoff teams, that road is presently paved with opportunity
Joshua Petrich looked out onto the ice and more than his reflection looked back at him from the Northwoods Credit Union Arena plexiglass. Petrich seemed to see the Minnesota Wilderness’ season that had been unfolding in a blur. What he saw, he liked.
With four games remaining to play in the regular season, the Minnesota Wilderness enter play Friday at 7:05 p.m. against Coulee Region at Northwoods Credit Union Arena with a playoff spot already reserved in the 24-team North American Hockey League.
David Christian admitted to still getting more nervous before a speaking engagement than he ever did before a hockey game. But it doesn’t keep the “Miracle on Ice” defenseman from working the banquet circuit.
The Minnesota Wilderness split their home series last weekend with Brookings, S.D., falling 3-2 in overtime Friday before winning resoundingly 5-0 on Saturday.
The 2013-14 season for the Minnesota Wilderness will go down as an unqualified success no matter how the rest of the season plays out.