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
When about 30 kids from the Eleanor Drury Children’s Theatre (EDCT) take the stage on Dec. 6 to perform The Jungle Book (with a Northern Ontario twist) at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium, they will be carrying on a local tradition that started 34 years ago.
The group was
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
The North Shore Health Care Foundation (NSHCF) in Grand Marais is celebrating 23 years of helping non-profits in Cook County fund health care-related projects and initiatives. The six original board members established the foundation with the goal of boosting the health of the Cook County community
Under the assumption that each day is a unique adventure for a fish in Lake Superior, the chronicles of an adult herring found in the greatest of the Great Lakes must contain some amazing tales.
And Cory Goldsworthy believes he knows the reason why.
“Although herring are relatively
When the maple leaves start turning from greens to reds, and the birch, aspen and tamarack transform to hues of gold, Minnesota’s North Shore beckons us to capture fall in a picture.
There are two runs of color, and in a good year, each burst can last for weeks.
“You have the