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NETT LAKE – A band bound to the North Country will be gracing the stage at Wild Waters Music Fest in Duluth next week. Native to Nett Lake, the band War Bonnet is a natural fit in the concert … more
ORR—A popular three-legged bear has returned for another summer at the Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary here, proving that even a bear with a significant disability can live to a ripe old age. … more
For me, the turn of the calendar to August generally marks the end of the season of bird song. With summer warmth beginning to ebb and the days growing noticeably shorter, the pace of life is … more
REGIONAL— More than 150 unclaimed bear permits in northeastern Minnesota went on sale as of Tuesday this week, creating a potential opportunity for anyone still looking to take part in the 2019 … more
President Trump may believe that stirring up racial hatred is good politics, but it is hurtful to America and its place in the world. We, as voters, need to recognize the deep immorality at the heart … more
TOWER— “People go on a mission trip thinking they will change lives,” said Shelby Vaske who has been to Guatemala over a dozen times to provide assistance to struggling communities, … more
ELY – Sitting on the third base side at Veterans Memorial Field here last Friday afternoon, Deb Augedahl let out an ear-splitting scream as a Caledonia player belted a two-run homer to break a … more
REGIONAL— The Minnesota Court of Appeals has ordered a stay on PolyMet Mining’s water discharge permit pending further action by the courts. The order, issued Tuesday, is a major victory for … more
TOWER— The city council here, at a special meeting on Monday, gave its unanimous approval to a separation agreement that ends the employment of Clerk-Treasurer Linda Keith effective on Aug. 31, … more
COOK – A Grizzlies brainstorming session sparked the minds of student supporters last Thursday while a thunderstorm pounded the grounds outside the Cook Community Center. The group inside the … more
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