EH? PLUS Pesky critters beware
Are varmints picking at your cabbage patch? Are deer deforesting your yard? Are you finding its not so nice to play host to mice?
The Carlton County Extension Community Connect Program will present M... Posted on 11/4/13 at 11:00 PM
CAPITOL CHATTER Notebook: More Indian scholarships available
By Don Davis
More American Indian college students may receive scholarships under a new Minnesota budget that began this month.
Commissioner Larry Pogemiller of the state Office of Higher Education sa... Posted on 7/15/13 at 4:10 PM
A 14-mile section of the Willard Munger State Trail between Carlton and West Duluth that was damaged during the June flood has reopened, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday.
Early estimates for the cost of repairing the damaged Willard Munger State Trail between Carlton and Duluth range from $15 million to possibly as high as $40 million, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources officials said Tuesday.
Standing on the precipice of a massive washout along Minnesota Highway 210, and in front of the twisted remains of the landmark Swinging Bridge, state officials on Tuesday outlined early plans for repairing damage caused by last month’s flooding at Jay Cooke State Park.
The fine for forgetting to pull your drain plug at a boat landing, allowing a zebra mussel into your boat or leaving weeds hanging on your trailer will double starting Sunday across Minnesota to as much as $500.
While most people wouldn’t dream of dumping refuse along a road or in the woods in this day of environmental awareness, ditch and ravine dumping always has been a problem that ebbs and peaks. Minnesota conservation officers say we seem to be back on a peak.
Minnesota moose hunters killed 54 moose in the state’s annual hunt, which ended Sunday. A total of 94 parties took part in the two-week hunt in Northeastern Minnesota, yielding a success rate of 58 percent, the highest in several years, said Tom Rusch, Department of Natural Resources area wildlife manager at Tower.
Last year Dana Coleman’s first-grade students at Andover (Minn.) Elementary School followed the lives of Lily the black bear and her cubs Hope and Faith through online videos and daily updates from Ely’s North American Bear Center.
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