Minnesota Power Foundation Youth In Philanthropy Board approves grants

Thanks to generous program support provided by the Minnesota Power Foundation, a dozen grants were recently approved by the 15 young people and four adult mentors serving on the Northland…

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Lights on Afterschool rally Thursday

Hundreds of children, parents, business and community leaders will come together for a Lights on Afterschool rally at Raleigh Edison Charter School at 3:30 p.m. Thursday to celebrate the achievements…

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Bulldogs blitz Merrimack, at Maine this weekend

Bolstered by its first five-goal period in nine years, the University of Minnesota Duluth broke out of a four-game winless funk by defeating Merrimack College 7-2 Saturday night at Amsoil…

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PAVSA Autumn Event Nov. 3

Program for Aid to Victims of Sexual Assault (PAVSA) will host its 37th annual Autumn Event: Art – Experiences – Adventure on Friday, Nov. 3 at DECC Harbor Side Ballroom….

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Kings Coach Stevens on Iafallo: ‘He clearly has the ability to adapt and play at the NHL level’

Los Angeles Kings Coach John Stevens, on Alex Iafallo’s role on Anze Kopitar’s line (per LaKingsInsider.com): “I think he’s been a good fit on that line because he’s a real…

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Bulldogs, unranked Merrimack skate to 5-all tie

Five goals was not enough to make a winner out of the University of Minnesota Duluth — or Merrimack College — Friday night. The two clubs, meeting for the first…

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St. Scholastica club sponsors Halloween carnival

The College of St. Scholastica’s American Sign Language and Deaf Culture Club will host a Halloween event next week on campus. The Signing Halloween Carnival will be held from 6…

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Forbort signs two-year, $5.05 million extension

The Los Angeles Kings signed Derek Forbort to a two-year contract extension with an average annual value of $2.525-million. In 102 regular season games, the left-shooting defensemain often paired with…

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Duluth mayor, Lake Superior College and economic development partners recognize Manufacturing Month with tours of facilities

Duluth Mayor Emily Larson on Thursday joined education, industry, economic development partners and other elected officials to highlight Manufacturing Month as part of a statewide month-long effort. Larson visited the…

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Koreans visit to learn about combating violence against women

St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rubin today hosted a group of women from South Korea who wanted to learn more about how to combat gender-based violence against women while promoting…

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