Along the Shore
COOK COUNTY—In late September 2015, the Cook County Board of Commissioners began considering a proposition from community members to declare the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Ten Ojibwe students brought their proposal before the board on September
NIPIGON—A poet, writer, photographer and musician, Jim McCullough has never had an interest in using his artistic talents to promote himself. Everything he creates is a celebration of Nipigon and what it has to offer. Jim’s greatest
Results from the latest wolf population survey show no significant change in Minnesota’s wolf population during the past four winters, according to the DNR.
The latest survey results estimate that within Minnesota’s wolf range there were 439 wolf packs and 2,278 wolves last
Manitoba—On August 2, the four canoers of Journey 4 Renewal (Steph Branchaud, Chelsea Froemke, Tessa Larson and Whitney Vogel) reached their end destination of York Factory in northern Manitoba,
Grand Marais—We all know them: the yellow-tinged fluorescent lights embedded into school, church and office ceilings since the 1970s. Until recently, this was the lighting of choice for most public buildings, but a new lighting
Duluth—It was a beautiful Friday night at Park Point in Duluth. Members of the Duluth Rowing Club (DRC) and their supporters met on July 15 to dedicate the brand new Joseph M. Krmpotich Boathouse. Joseph Krmpotich joined the DRC in 1967. He passed away in 2011. A generous