STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC July 4 BWCAW blowdown
Today the Attic offers the second installment of two significant Northland events that marked their 10-year anniversaries this week.
On July 4, 1999, Mother Nature sent a furious wind strom through th... Posted on 7/3/09 at 3:00 AM
The ringleader of a drunken, gun-shooting, fireworks-lighting terroristic trip on Basswood Lake in 2007 has been arrested again, this time accused of leading officers on a high-speed snowmobile chase within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
The ringleader of a drunken, gun-shooting, fireworks-lighting trip on Basswood Lake in 2007 has been arrested again, this time accused of leading officers on a high speed chase within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan and I share some things in common. We are not experts on sulfide (copper-nickel) mining. We form opinions by listening to others. We differ, however, on whose information we consider reliable. My opposition to sulfide mining is based on EPA reports that say proposed sulfide mining projects are “environmentally unsatisfactory” and are expected to require $3 million to
Ely canoe outfitter and guide Jason Zabokrtsky is making steady progress on his bushwhacking attempt to walk and swim about 80 miles from Atikokan, Ontario, to Ely. On Thursday, he was camped on Allan Lake in the heart of Quetico Provincial Park a few miles south of Sturgeon Lake.
Canoe outfitter and guide Jason Zabokrtsky of Ely left Atikokan, Ontario, on Friday on his attempt to walk and swim about 80 miles from Atikokan to Ely. He will be crossing the wilderness of Ontario’s Quetico Provincial Park and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. He hopes to reach Ely by Oct. 25.
When fishing guide Mike Berg feels the subtle take of the walleye inhaling his leech, he says nothing. That’s just his style. He has caught enough walleyes that he doesn’t need to offer a play-by-play of each nibble.
The five teenage boys were setting up their tents in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness at an island campsite when they noticed a message scrawled in ash on a rock: “Lost Dog. Named Tomah. Call DNR.”
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