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Local Fish Report for Sept. 17

9/17/10 – There are lots of fish in Cook County lakes, the trick is to know where they are and how to catch them.

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Arrowhead Electric Coop representative elaborates on broadband grant

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded Arrowhead Electric Cooperative, a grant and loan package of $16 million for broadband infrastructure in Cook County.

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MPCA action against EDA settled

Cedar Grove Business Park in Grand Marais may finally be emerging from the black cloud it has been under since the project broke ground in 2006. The Minnesota Pollution Control Age

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County board declines to hear Superior National 1% sales tax request

Supporters of a plan to revive a failing golf course brought their application for requesting 1% sales tax money to the county board Tuesday.

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Anti-carp petition delivered to Obama administration

Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox said Monday that an online petition with 90,000 names has been delivered to the Obama administration demanding the emergency closure of two Chicago area na

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Order of the Arrow Scouts to trail build in county

The Boy Scouts of America will be in the Grand Marais area in force next June.

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WTIP News Wrap - Sept. 14/15

The WTIP News Department has expanded its local news coverage and now produces a News Wrap three times a week. 
 

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Mammals begin the process of storing up for winter

Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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DNR creates new ruffed grouse coordinator position

The Minnesota grouse hunting season starts on the 18th of this month, and last week, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced the creation of a new ruffed grouse c

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Superior National future back on county agenda

Supporters of Superior National Golf Course met with city, county and EDA members for nearly three hours last Thursday.