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Remembering David Brislance - Cross River Heritage Ctr

CJ Heithoff talks with Mary Brislance about the "Remembering David Brislance" event at the Cross River Heritage Center on Saturday, July 21st. 

The Grand Portage Tribal Council members get ready to cut the ribbon to dedicate the newly renovated lodge and casino on July 12

Grand Portage Lodge & Casino has a whole new look

The Grand Portage Lodge and Casino hosted a gala celebration on Thursday, July 12, starting with drum song and speeches at the beautiful new entry to the lodge. 

Wolf Ridge Enviromental Learning Center

Dew point and relative humidity explained

Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center near Finland, Minnesota, was founded in 1971 and was the first environmental learning center in the nation to be accredited K through 12.  Peter Harris, n

Bronze sculptor Wayne Potratz

Wayne Potratz to teach Art Colony classes at Last Chance Gallery

Bronze sculptor and teacher Wayne Potratz will be teaching a class through the Grand Marais Art Colony next week, but not at the Art Colony campus in Grand Marais.

Hovland Arts Festival

A new look for the Hovland Arts Festival

There are some changes coming to the

The American Legion Post 413 Honor Guard led the Independence Day parade in Tofte

Rain doesn't dampen 4th of July festivities

Although it rained heavily in the morning and sprinkled thoughout the day, the 4th of July festivities at the Tofte Town Park were still enjoyed by many. 

The 2018 Tofte Trek T-shirts bear this logo

Another muddy Tofte Trek 10K in the record books

The Tofte Trek 10K Wilderness Run Walk was yesterday and by all accounts it was a success – it is considered so if participants come away muddy and they did!  

Abby Tofte with one of her favorite offerings at her store -- lovely, fragrant candles

The Big Lake is open in Grand Marais

There have been a number of changes to the red brick building on First Avenue West in Grand Marais.

The Lake Superior Project/Logo by Lauryl Loberg

LSProject: What happened to Finland's John Pine?

In 1960, homesteader John Pine left his cabin near Finland, Minnesota, and never returned. The mystery of his disappearance was never solved.