While the Wrenshall team had a very good showing, it was one of the teams from Cromwell that landed in the trophy rankings, placing fifth overall.RELATED CONTENT
Challenging. That’s the way both county and city engineers described the wet, heavy snow that broke the record for snowfall in the month of April this year.RELATED CONTENT
Authorities are bringing state charges against 21 individuals following a major investigation into the illegal sale and dumping of thousands of protected game fish in north-central and northwestern Minnesota.
Jay Cooke Park is “right out the back door” of the home of Sue and Adrian Watt of Murto Road in Esko, and Adrian said the two of them walk in the park at least four days a week. It’s understandable, then, that they were elated at this week’s news that the park’s iconic Swinging Bridge will be rebuilt this summer. “We’re cross country skiers,”RELATED CONTENT
Visitors to Jay Cooke State Park should be able to walk across the swaying, creaking Swinging Bridge by summer’s end, park officials said Saturday.RELATED CONTENT
In the middle of nowhere Alaska, with a swollen face and astride a bicycle, Esko schoolteacher Charlie Farrow wasn’t worried about his physical condition. In fact, he was in his element.RELATED CONTENT
Cloquet-Esko-Carlton assistant Nordic ski Coach Dusty Olson has earned his coaching credentials through a lifetime of outdoor athletic endeavors. But Nordic skiing is the sport he really pursued.RELATED CONTENT
The Duluth Audubon Society reports the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is collecting dead boreal or saw-whet owls this winter for use in research.
Poem and photos by Jamie Lund after snowshoe hike in Jay Cooke State ParkRELATED CONTENT
Pine Valley is already home to five kilometers of cross country ski trails, three ski jumps and a winter tubing hill, but a group of enthusiasts wants to add a snowboarding terrain park to the mix.RELATED CONTENT
The planned two-day, 200-mile trail ride from Sunset Bar & Grill to Black Bear Casino and Resort had been scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
A local resident has been arriving at the feeder in recent weeks consistently – the cottontail rabbit.RELATED CONTENT
An ambitious and pioneering research project is scheduled to begin later this month to help answer why Minnesota’s moose population continues to decline.RELATED CONTENT