Read about the 10 tall-masted ships that will sail onto Lake Superior this summer, the new wave of craft brewers, Northland musicians who have gone international, new enterprise and energy in the Keweenaw, summer travel and events, and much more. more »
A wildfire scorches 9,000 acres in northwestern Wisconsin; Duluth's newest brewery opens its doors; the Isle Royale Queen III has a new port of call; and a look at upcoming events. more »
It took Bob Barron five years, countless permit and a barge to remove a 20-ton copper chunk from the bottom of Lake Superior and move it to its home at the A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum on the campus of Michigan Technological University. more »
Jun 23, 2002 in Natural World
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Apr 30, 2013 in Magazine
All around the region, establishments offer combination opportunities to make your meal into more. Dinner and a movie or dinner and a play are just the beginning. more »
A town with a population of fewer than 2,000 may not sound like a medical haven, but Nipigon District Memorial Hospital provides state-of-the-art care beyond what might be expected of its remote location. Just ask Judith Taylor. more »
For more than 40 years, the Twin Ports Ministry to Seafarers has provided services to the globe-trotting crews of foreign vessels that venture to the most-inland port of the Great Lakes system, helping make a hard life a little easier. more »
You walk, hike, drive and even boat past them all the time: containers of all sizes and shapes, hidden in the bramble, or sometimes in plain view. The geocache is the treasure in a sport started by nerds, now embraced by those from all walks of life. more »
Photographer Dennis O'Hara shares tips for making great panoramic images, from setup to settings to stitching software. more »
A 50-year study tracks the swinging pendulum that is the relationship between Isle Royale's wolves and moose. For 38 of those years, Rolf and Candy Peterson have worked at the greatest laboratory of predator vs. prey in the world. more »
Recently a traditional wood construction method has been enjoying a comeback. more »
One dollar and 38 cents – that’s what one guest at the Beacon House in Marquette left for an overnight stay there. The payment envelope also had a note that explained he gave all he had, keeping just enough to get home. more »
We speak to folks who live and work around our lake to hear their stories and their sentiments about this water that defines us. more »
A New Device Developed in Duluth Can Save Lives. It could be the stuff of nightmares: You have a medical crisis in a foreign country and no one in the hospital can speak your language as you desperately try to explain your emergency. more »
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A wildfire scorches 9,000 acres in northwestern Wisconsin; Duluth's newest brewery opens its doors; the Isle Royale Queen III has a new port of call; and a look at upcoming events.
May 17, 2013 5:42:55 PM
Loons fall from the sky in Minnesota and northern Wisconsin; Visit Duluth President/CEO honored by the Minnesota Senate; the Houghton County Memorial Airport adds a third flight, from Chicago; and upcoming events.
May 10, 2013 6:00:45 PM
Train lovers: Expect to be blown away by steam, says Ken Buehler of the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. “For the railroad enthusiasts, this is the tall ships,” Ken says of an event that will bring two working steam engines to Duluth on May 11 and 12.
May 10, 2013 2:17:00 PM
Lake Superior rose three inches in April – the average amount for the month – but the lake is still 13 inches below its long-term beginning-of-May level.
May 6, 2013 11:19:18 AM