Summer is here and it is getting hot, and many Northlanders are heading to the beach. We don't have the ocean but we do have the biggest fresh water lake in the world and with it comes many dangers including Riptides or Rip Currents.
Water is one of those things we take for granted, we just turn on the faucet and let it fly, not much to think about. Unless the hot water is all used up, or the water is a weird color, then you pay attention. :) But do you ever think how much water you actually use?
The Twin Ports is experiencing its first sustained subzero temperatures in more than a few years, and with the cold weather warnings and school closings have followed. While these conditions are inconvenient and even potentially dangerous, a little fun can be found in it all.
The City of Duluth has issued a water conservation notice for the Kenwood and Woodland neighborhoods. Crews are currently working to repair a water main break which required shutting off the Arlington pump station, the main feeder into these areas. Some residents and businesses are experiencing a wa…