Along the Shore
ST. PAUL—With Minnesota’s hunting seasons underway, conservation officers (CO) with the Minnesota DNR report some hunters are not wearing the required blaze orange clothing.
“The blaze orange requirement is for safety,” said CO Marty Stage of Ely. “One hunter said
GRAND MARAIS—As you may know, the local food shelf is in need. It’s that time of the year when budgeting for your family can be difficult, with additional costs for fuel, winter clothing and gear, holiday expenses and more. So
COOK COUNTY—Cook County Local Energy Project (CCLEP)’s Residential Energy Efficiency Program (REEP) is gearing up to work with a new energy auditor in Cook County. Although not new to the county or building, Mike Senty of Senty
TWO HARBORS—A new sound is coming across the airwaves in Two Harbors. The community radio station KTWH 99.5 FM launched Sept. 13. The 100-watt station airs from 7 a.m.-9 p.m. weekdays and 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m. weekends. In good conditions,
Judy Plater is a gifted artist who has received worldwide recognition for her carvings. She and her husband live just outside of Nipigon and their secluded property is decorated with her unique creations. In the front of the house, near a waterfall Plater designed and constructed,
Grand Marais—Orvis Lunke believes northeast Minnesota is among the best places in the state to hunt whitetails.
“The terrain and heavily forested areas create their own set of challenges, quite different from agricultural areas,” said Lunke, the vice president of the