Musher Nathan Schroeder of Chisholm -- competing in his first Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race after winning the Northland's John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon three times -- on Tuesday night remained in a tight race to be the first rookie to finish.RELATED CONTENT
A bill that would suspend Minnesota’s wolf hunt was passed by a Senate committee this afternoon.
Dallas Seavey won his second Iditarod sled-dog race in three years on Tuesday, unseating his father, Mitch, as defending champion while breaking the race record for fastest time. Meanwhile, Northland musher Nathan Schroeder was running in 22nd place on Tuesday morning.RELATED CONTENT
The two leading mushers in Alaska’s 2014 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race were separated by less than 10 minutes Monday morning as they left the Elim checkpoint, less than 125 miles from the finish of the nearly 1,000-mile race.RELATED CONTENT
The two leading mushers in Alaska’s 2014 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race were separated by just one minute Sunday evening as they left the Koyuk checkpoint, less than 200 miles from the finish of the nearly 1,000-mile race.
March 17 — Ice fishing houses must be off the ice each night unless attended north of U.S. Highway 10, Minnesota Highways 34 and 200 and U.S. Highway 2.
Duluth Area Horse Trail Alliance annual meeting, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Blue Max Resort, 6139 Lavaque Road.
Minnesota’s supplemental deer feeding program got under way on Thursday, as the first shipments of commercially produced deer feed were picked up by volunteers, said Mark Johnson, executive director of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association.
“It should not be denied ... that being footloose has always exhilarated us.” Wallace Stegner
With daylight saving time now in place, you’ll have more time at the end of the day to get out in the woods. Try some local ski trails near your home after work, and come home hungry for supper.
After years of deliberations and public outreach, officials at Voyageurs National Park will move ahead in April with the park’s first campground fee and reservation system.RELATED CONTENT
A plan is in the works to restore wild, free-roaming elk to parts of east-central and Northeastern Minnesota for the first time since they were extirpated from the region 125 years ago.RELATED CONTENT
Chris Johnson had his hands full. Sitting alone in his fishing shelter Tuesday afternoon on Lake Superior, his fishing rod was bent in a serious arc. His rod tip was pointed straight at the bottom of Lake Superior 100 feet below.RELATED CONTENT
Despite the harsh winter occurring over much of Minnesota, conditions have been more forgiving across the majority of the state’s pheasant range.RELATED CONTENT