Along the Shore
Thunder Bay—True or False: Most people only use 10 percent of their brain.
The above factoid is just one example of trivia offered at Nerd Nite, an interactive lecture and game series that invites professors and professionals to share their knowledge with the public—over
By Eric Weicht
Faced with a growing number of people in need following a regional recession in 1973, a coalition of ten congregations in Duluth’s Central Hillside neighborhood decided to pool resources and join together in an effort to better provide aid and support to struggling
By Amy Schmidt
Community Partners in Two Harbors gives its community a lot of reasons to be thankful. Dedicated to helping those 60 and older not only stay in their homes, but to maintain independence while there, Community Partners has established itself as an organization intricate
In mid-September, Northern Wilds shared the story of Chelsea Ellard, an 11-year-old from Thunder Bay, who needed help solving a mystery.
Chelsea found a wooden three masted schooner marooned on a small island on Lake Superior. The island is located within a group of islands known as The Susies, located
TOFTE—It was going to be our fifth time hiking Oberg Mountain. I turned into the parking lot off the Onion River Road and saw lots of cars. I just drove 90 miles away from people in Duluth so I could be around more people? I looked
GUNFLINT TRAIL—The first time I hiked on the South Lake Trail, I saw a moose and caught an 18-inch lake trout. It’s no wonder I continue to make this six-mile round-trip journey a frequent location to place my boots on solid ground.
The South Lake Trail (SLT) is one of