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LeRoy Chiovitte’s fish will be permanently displayed at the Chik-Wauk Museum on Saganaga Lake.
“If there’s any species that has every right not to trust anyone, it’s the buffalo," Don Solwold said. "That’s probably what draws me to them. They’re a noble animal."
That decorative pot of evergreen and birch outside your front door may have been cut illegally by a felon out for drug money.
“It’s great we have this opportunity to buy a protein source from somebody down the road.”

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Talon Metals Corp. wants to capitalize on the growing demand for electric vehicles, but some residents and Indigenous bands are concerned about pollution from the underground mine.
A Minnesota law change in 2019 allows the use of dogs to find wounded deer.
“When you put our art somewhere, that says that not only were we here, but we are still here, and more than that, we’re thriving communities full of richness, full of stories," Sarah Agaton Howes said.
Gun ranges and a campground have the Island Lake club, north of Duluth, going strong at 75 years.
Construction on the $900 million medical center has been underway for two years. It is on track to be completed in early 2023 and open to patients that fall.
Rising Phoenix landing: Heather-Marie Bloom traded leasing spaces across the Northland and living in a tiny house to settling on 40 acres in Barnum. And Year One has been fruitful.

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The Memorial Blood Centers supplies most of the Northland's blood and is looking for healthy people who can consistently donate every eight weeks.
The schools holding virtual commencement ceremonies are also giving graduates the opportunity to schedule an in-person photo opportunity.
For businesses along the route, the influx of workers has helped keep them afloat during a pandemic. A complete turnaround? Not so much.

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