Invasive species are one of the biggest issues facing Lake Superior. The most important invasive species to the lake to date is the sea lamprey. It changed everything.
According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, the Non-BWCAW trout opener brought out a lot of anglers.
In this edition of Anishinaabe Way, photographer Travis Novitsky discusses his love of photography, his influences, his favorite subjects, the process he uses to achieve his amazing results, and the role photography plays in his life on the Grand Portage reservation in far northern Minnesota.
Minneapolis based hip-hop artist Dessa wrapped up a nation-wide tour at Papa Charlie's in Lutsen on Jan. 14. Chris Hoglund had a chance to visit with Dessa backstage before her show.
Local favorites Michael Monroe and Michael Johnson stopped by The Roadhouse Dec. 30 for what is becoming a year-end musical tradition.
Tim Kennedy of Grand Marais has completed the Worldloppet Masters Tour, which means he’s skied all over Europe and North America. He’s also skied the American Birkiebeiner 30 times.
Gov. Mark Dayton today released a $775 million construction plan that includes money for a water pumping system for the Lutsen ski resort and its neighbors.
The Minnesota Legislature is back in session next week. One of the Minority Leaders in the Senate is 6th District Senator Tom Bakk. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Sen.
Unlike their raucous evening grosbeak relatives, pine grosbeaks are calm, melodious and are generally better mannered.
The John Beargrease Board of Directors has announced the cancellation of the 2012 race. Poor snow conditions will not allow the race to be run safely.