St. Scholastica drum ensembles, a cappella group to perform

The College of St. Scholastica will present an evening of popular music selections as interpreted by several percussion ensembles and an a cappella vocal group. “The Rock Show 6!” at…

Hawks poised to take on Minnesota’s best 2A, 1A prep boys hockey teams

By Howie Hanson First-year Hermantown high school boys hockey head coach Patrick Andrews says his players prefer to battle against Minnesota’s large- and small-school elite teams and marquee players every…

Minnesota Class 1A High School Boys Hockey Preseason Top-10

1. Hermantown 2. Alexandria 3. St. Cloud Cathedral 4. Breck 5. Mahtomedi 6. East Grand Forks 7. Monticello/Annandale/Maple Lake 8. St. Paul Academy 9. Delano 10. Orono

City seeks volunteers for beach clean up

The City of Duluth Parks and Recreation division is organizing a beach clean up on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. to help maintain and care for the beach…

LSC hires Farchmin as welding instructor

Lake Superior College has hired alumnus Matt Farchmin as a full-time unlimited welding instructor for the Business and Industry Division. Farchmin previously worked at Flatwater Fleet Truck Center in Saginaw,…

Mayor Larson hosts City Hall in the City Community Listening sessions

Duluth Mayor Emily Larson will continue her commitment to reach out to Duluth residents through City Hall in the City Community Listening sessions in neighborhoods across the city in November…

Lake Superior College to host public job fair and Veterans Day program

Lake Superior College will host a public job fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, featuring information tables from more than 60 employers. “We welcome anyone seeking to explore…

St. Louis County Board approves disaster declaration after Oct. 27 storm

The County Board today gave unanimous approval to declare a State of Local Disaster in St. Louis County. The declaration follows the major snow and windstorm on October 27 that…

UW-Superior class helps veterans adjust to civilian and academic life

Setting foot on a college campus requires a great deal of adjustment for many students. Budgeting time for classes, studying, extracurricular activities and even just a few moments of rest…

Lutheran-Catholic relations explored at St. Scholastica

The current state of relations between the Lutheran and Catholic faiths will be discussed by an internationally known scholar, in a free presentation at The College of St. Scholastica. Monsignor…

St. Scholastica scholar takes closer look at Canterbury Tales

The College of St. Scholastica will host a scholar’s talk about how an obscure punctuation mark has potentially affected the interpretation of Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales.” Retired English professor Dr. George…