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Campfire restrictions in the Northeast are back in force

Fire danger across Minnesota currently ranges from high to extreme.  This means that wildfires can easily start and spread quickly.

Cow moose with calf

Points North: It’s Time to Start Shooting Elephants

Recently, Minnesota Outdoor News columnist Ron Schara wrote that when it comes to understanding the cause of northeastern Minnesota’s mysterious moose decline, wolves may be the elephant in the

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Local Fishing Report for Friday, Oct. 7

Inland lake fishing has slowed down and everyone’s out grouse hunting – but there’s always Lake Superior.

A moose

West End News Oct. 6

Moose hunting season started this week, although you would hardly notice if you weren’t paying attention. The number of hunters is dwindling, along with the number of moose.

Gov. Mark Dayton

State leaders delay decision on mineral leases

Minnesota officials Wednesday unexpectedly postponed prospecting for copper and other minerals on private lands near Ely, giving cabin owners and local residents six months to try to change state law

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Copper exploration near Ely to be appealed

Private property owners from the Ely area will make a final appeal today to the state's top leaders to stop exploration for copper on their land, which lies in a part of the state cherished for its cl

Wolf in the wild

Federal wolf trapping funds to continue

The federally funded wolf-trapping effort in Minnesota that ran out of money and shut down Friday could be running again within days after the U.S.

At Temperance River State Park

Special deer hunts are scheduled for some area state parks

Numerous special deer hunts are scheduled to take place at Minnesota state parks this fall.


Stillness and Action: A Powerful Combination - May 28, 2011

Combining the "rainbow path" with the "lightening bolt path" is a powerful approach for important decisions in our lives.  &nbs


The Art of Stress-free Productivity - May 21, 2011

Lessons from the book, Getting Things Done, by David Allen.


Why Don't We Do What We Know is Good For Us? - May 7, 2011

Why don't we do what is logical?  Why don't most heart patients actually change their behavior?  Why do I put everything else as a higher priority over self-care?

Pagami Fire closure map

Pagami fire containment continues as weather warms and winds increase

The Pagami Creek Fire remains at 92,600 acres and is 71% contained.

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