Newly-rebranded Gander Outdoors, formerly Gander Mountain, is preparing to open with a new name, logo, and strategy in the outdoor retail landscape. Here's what we know about when the Duluth area store will be opening.
It's offcially summer so it's time once again for the annual Hermantown Summerfest. Getting a little bigger every year, it starts on Wednesday and runs through Sunday with events for the entire family. Here are my top 5 picks to check out this week: 1...
Whether you're considering moving into a new neighborhood or you just want to be aware of what's going on in your community, crime data can help keep you and your family safe. An interactive map created by LexisNexis strives to give give the public the tools to be informed about what is ha…
If you've been driving near Gander Mountain in Hermantown, you've seen the signs saying that all store merchandise is being sold off at a discount and that the store is closing. As it turns out, that's only partially true.
After 28 seasons with the team, Hermantown Hawks boys hockey head coach Bruce Plante has announced his retirement. Plante ends his career with the Hawks on a high note, collecting back-to-back Class A State Championships with his team.
After half a dozen years as the runner-up in the Class A Boys Hockey Tournament, the Hermantown Hawks are now back-to-back state champions. Defending their 2016 title wasn't easy for the Hawks, needing overtime in each of their three games in St. Paul.
Ken and Cathy from our sister station B105 were able to get a couple minutes in with Hermantown Boys Hockey Coach Bruce Plante after their overtime win in the quarterfinals of the State Hockey Tournament.