Nathan Schroeder of Chisholm was the first to cross the finish line of the 27th John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon just after 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
A Grand Marais woman is now facing a more serious criminal charge than her husband, who allegedly used a wrecking bar, knife and handgun to force another man to have sex with her.
When people along the North Shore last week found themselves without the usual communications tools, they began asking, “What happened and where’s the back-up?” Residents along th
The recent Beargrease Marathon revived some memories of the early days of the event that became the Beargrease of today. Early on, the race was nothing like it is today.
Welcome back to Magnetic North, where dreams of green grass and balmy breezes come to life on the pages of catalogs.
Welcome February, the month of hearts and chocolates, and a “full snow” moon.
Magnus Theatre in Thunder Bay is premiering a work by First Nations playwright Drew Hayden Taylor.
Republicans and Democrats gathered Tuesday evening for party caucuses. The attendance numbers were down from 2008, but there was still plenty of political business accomplished.
David Eckel of Grand Marais was skiing the Ole Hyvaa loop on the Pincushion trail system on Saturday when he came on a bloody scene and a dead wolf.
Are New Year's resolutions worth the effort?
Starting the year with reflection on the past
Tribal governments are coming together in concern over the PolyMet mine proposal. There’s been a flurry of interest recently by companies that want to mine copper, nickel and other prec
On Jan. 12, a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, leaving thousands dead and hundreds of thousands homeless.