It’s been one year since 10 inches of rain washed out streets, homes and businesses in Duluth — even the zoo was hit. Since then, residents have made great progress, but much work remains.
All the laughter and giggles pouring out of a Moose Lake church is a lot more than just kids playing games. Consider all this fun and frivolity a form of group therapy.
As Minnesota lawmakers try to agree to a flood relief package prior to meeting in special session, there’s a new warning out to flooded homeowners.
Nearly a month after flooding washed out much of the Northland, a Duluth zoo is celebrating a big step forward.
People dealing with damage from the Northland flooding are starting to get a sense for the amount of work and money it will take to recover.
Minnesota’s tax collectors are waiving their deadlines for northeastern Minnesota businesses affected by flooding.
The Carlton County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents that law enforcement across the county are alert and are being vigilant to keep potential thieves and looters away from the flood zones.