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Bayfield, WI gets a visit from Viking Octantis cruisers

DULUTH, MN-- After leaving Duluth Monday night, the Viking Octantis made her first stop in Bayfield. The cruise ship was supposed to dock there last month but because the wind and waves were too high, it was deemed unsafe to shuttle passengers to shore. On Tuesday, the 400 travelers got...
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Join the protest: Hear Us Roar Pro-Choice — Ashland, WI

Yesterday, Monday, June 27, 2022, a reproductive rights rally was held at the Ashland Band Shell. We had approximately 100 people protesting at our highest point of the afternoon! There was a tremendous amount of motorists who showed their support by honking, giving a thumbs up and pumping their fists. There were some motorists who didn't agree, but that was the minority. The people who organized this rally (Eleesa Kline, Sarah Wargin and Phoebe Lee) are quite passionate and impressive. There were a good number of League members and friends in attendance and for that, we thank you! It was truly a beautiful sight to see people of all ages and genders coming together in this fight.
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Jeanne Rae Peterson

Jeanne Rae Peterson, 76, of Iron River Wisconsin Passed away peacefully on February 2, 2022, at Twin Ports Health Services in Superior, WI. Jeanne was born in Duluth Minnesota on February 17, 1946, to Arnold and Evelyn (Soderberg) Peterson, the youngest of three siblings. Jeanne graduated high school from Denfeld High in 1964, and after high school she stayed in Duluth, married, and started her family. In the early 70’s after divorcing her first husband, Jeanne and her daughter Paula moved to Iron River where she started her lengthy career in the hospitality industry, beginning with Stewart’s Lodge. She was well known in Iron River for her talents in the kitchen, especially her potato salad and pigs in the blanket, working at almost every eating establishment and tavern in town showing off her witty/sarcastic personality and always letting you know exactly how she felt. She worked at other businesses such as LePage’s Hardware Store and who could forget her business Jeanne’s Fantasy and Fun. In 2000 she was blessed with a Grandson from her second daughter whom she adored! He was the center of her universe and she let everyone know! She was a genuine person who would be the first to lend a helping hand, volunteer for a benefit, or give you a couple of rolls of toilet paper if you ran out. She will be missed by many, but leaves behind epic memories for all to cherish, hot tub party anyone?

City by City: Cable, Cloquet, Iron River

Cable, WI -- The Cable’s Natural History Museum has gotten a new addition. A pavilion was built at the Museum’s Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area. It has been named “Wake Robin,” a common name for Trillium. The three petals represent wonder, discovery, and responsibility from the Museum’s mission statement. It will serve as a large, dry, and bug-free assembly room at Wayside Wanderings, providing opportunity for programs limited by the layout of the Museum’s current public spaces.

Northland College soccer host summer camps

The Northland College men's and women's soccer teams are set to host three separate camps this summer. All three camps will take place at Ponzio Stadium, beginning with the skills camp Monday the 27th through the 28th. Additionally their annual youth camp which began Saturday, will conclude tomorrow for kids...
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Softball Making a Comeback in the Northland

CLOQUET, Minn.- The Wood City Classic softball tournament wrapped up today as teams from across the Northland competed for the championship. The tournament started just a year ago and since then, has doubled in size with 36 teams and around 400 girls at Braun Park today. Organizers say, the sports is making a presence again in the Northland.

Area Chamber of Commerce leaders complete first year of leadership training

The Institute for Organization Management, the professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, is pleased to announce that Kimberly Parmeter, president & CEO of the Hermantown Area Chamber of Commerce, and Melissa Martinez, director of the Washburn Area Chamber of Commerce, have completed the first year at Institute for Organization Management, a four-year nonprofit leadership training program at Midwest Institute at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisc.

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Demonstrate your rage and pain in protest of the supreme court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade at the federal level!. We will have about an hour of protesting at the Ashland Menard Park (Corner of Chapple Ave and Main St) then march to the County Courthouse!. Bring sunscreen, water...
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The solstice may be over, but the Midsummer party's just getting started

DULUTH — Mary Lukkarila couldn't stop laughing. Reached by phone, she'd just learned about the existence of "Midsommar," a 2019 horror film inspired by Scandinavian solstice festivities. "I'm not familiar with it," said Lukkarila, highly amused by the notion that such a pure, peaceful tradition could be the basis for a scary movie.

$9.8 million grant aims to melt down welder shortage

SUPERIOR, WI. (CBS 3 Duluth) - A multi-million dollar grant looks to relieve the welder shortage in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation gave $9.8 million to Northwood Technical College for new housing for welders as well as training equipment. The grant will give funding for housing projects in places...
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Lake Nebagamon tavern celebrates 75 years with summer of music

LAKE NEBAGAMON — For 75 years, the Bridge family has been making its mark in downtown Lake Nebagamon. It started in 1947 when professional saxophone player Ed Bridge and his wife, Irene, bought what was then The Indianhead Tavern on South Lake Avenue. They changed the name to Bridge’s Indianhead Tavern and soon doubled the size of the establishment with an addition that included a basement.

Kale Adams

Originally I am from Tasmania, Australia. I came over to the United States to continue my running career while getting an education. I was given a full ride at Adams State University and took the opportunity. I developed a passion for coaching throughout college and I continued on to Northland College to be the head cross country coach and admissions counselor.