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EPA drops Mesabi Nugget’s variance for sulfate

Future of plant’s discharge unclear as tribes, environmental groups win legal victory.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/10/2014

Duluth meetings planned on gypsy moth spraying

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has scheduled two public meetings to explain upcoming aerial spraying to combat gypsy moths.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/10/2014

Fabulous 50 - warmest day in the Northland in nearly four months

It hit 51 degrees officially at Duluth International Airport this afternoon for the first time since Nov. 14. That’s nearly four months between 50-degree marks, some 114 days.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/10/2014

Voyageurs park starts new campsite reservation, fee system

After years of deliberations and public outreach, officials at Voyageurs National Park will move ahead in April with the park’s first campground fee and reservation system.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/09/2014

Fond du Lac Band mulls elk restoration

A plan is in the works to restore wild, free-roaming elk to parts of east-central and Northeastern Minnesota for the first time since they were extirpated from the region 125 years ago.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/09/2014

New Cliffs CEO predicts good times for Iron Range mines

VIRGINIA — In his first 100 days on the job, Gary Halverson closed Canada’s third largest iron ore mine, halted a chromite mining project in Ontario and worked to fend off a Wall Street demand that his company split up.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/07/2014

New Cliffs CEO visits Iron Range, predicts stable times for taconite

In his first 100 days on the job, Gary Halverson closed Canada’s third largest iron ore mine, halted a chromite mining project in Ontario and worked to fend off a Wall Street demand that his company split up. Other than that, it was mostly uneventful for the new president and chief executive officer of Cliffs Natural Resources.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/06/2014

Lake Superior forecast: Above average through summer

Lake Superior will rise an inch above average in March and is expected to stay at that level at least through August, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Wednesday.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/06/2014

Lake Superior forecast calls for above average lake levels

Lake Superior will rise an inch above average in March and is expected to stay at that level at least through August, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said today.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/05/2014

Enbridge announces plans for third new pipeline

Enbridge Energy said Tuesday it plans to build yet another new oil pipeline into the Northland, on top of two expansion projects already in the works.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/05/2014

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