EH? PLUS For horses, of course
A book fair at Barnes & Noble will benefit a therapeutic riding facility in Esko.
People can visit NCRides information table at the bookstore from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday to pick up a voucher to... Posted on 11/19/13 at 11:00 PM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Minnesota state park access will vary during special deer hunts
Deer hunts are scheduled at several of Minnesotas state parks this fall to help control the deer population. When there are too many deer in an area, the native plants and animals can be negatively af... Posted on 9/30/13 at 12:36 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Yangshuo or Bust
Hello Readers! This is the last time you'll have the pleasure to hear (or that I'll get to bug you) about my fund-raising drive for my book and eBook based on the articles on this blog. The book will ... Posted on 6/1/12 at 10:50 PM
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources warned the public Monday that some black bears in the Ely-Tower area have become aggressive toward people, including bears associated with independent bear researcher Lynn Rogers.
Victor – a Belgian Malinois with an uncanny ability for finding illegal drugs during police search activities – is fast approaching retirement. His career in law enforcement has been well documented in newspaper stories in the Twin ports area.
When Anja Bottila of Moose Lake adopted an Australian Shepherd-mix pup named Niko from the Friends of Animals (FOA) shelter a year ago, she said she soon realized the merits of having a second dog to keep him company.
“I kind of considered getting a pal for him,” she admitted, “but I didn’t necessarily want to commit to one for a lifetime.”
Last year a total of 853 animals passed through the Friends of Animals Human Society of Carlton County doors in Cloquet. While most of those animals were cats and dogs, that figure also includes at least eight parakeets, one rabbit, a chicken and a goat.
Leann Frestedt said she would like to assemble other dog lovers in the area who are interested in starting a dog park in Cloquet, and she is planning a meeting for the second week in April to discuss the concept.
“It was absolutely the worst case I’ve ever seen,” said Mike Licari, executive director of the Carlton County Friends of Animals organization, after being called in to the home of an elderly Moose Lake man who had allegedly been hoarding animals for an extended period of time.
By last Monday night, Cloquet’s Beth Collins had pretty much conceded the fact that she had not been selected the top winner in the Cardinal Crystal Award “Show Dog Groomer of the Year” competition – and then the phone rang.
Minnesota wildlife managers should keep deer numbers to a minimum in Northeastern Minnesota but probably can continue holding a limited moose hunting season for the near future, the state’s moose advisory committee reported today.
By: John Myers, Duluth News Tribune
, August 18, 2009
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