SLOWING THE RACING MIND Safe and Surrounded
Yesterday I spent six hours in a car because I had to attend court as part of my job. I am the dean of students at an online school, and I deal primarily with students who have attendance or truancy i... Posted on 4/4/12 at 4:30 AM
ROVING REPORTER Exploring the Surreal Dreamscape of Lachay
It was Sunday afternoon and our group had just traveled that morning from another gray day in Lima to a landscape of vivid color -- an oasis of lush greens and vibrant blues in the middle of Peru's ar... Posted on 9/19/11 at 8:25 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Early antlerless deer season this weekend on North Shore
An early antlerless deer season will be held this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 23-24, in two permit areas along the North Shore. The areas are 182, which surrounds Duluth, and area 180, which stretches... Posted on 10/18/10 at 11:28 AM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Marathon Power Cookies: not just for the runners
I'm off to Fargo this weekend to cheer on my two sons and one daughter-in-law as they run in the big Fargo Marathon. Both boys have done half-marathons, but this year Dan will do the full for the fir... Posted on 5/20/10 at 2:00 AM
With all the attention being paid to Split Rock’s lighthouse of late — the iconic structure turned 100 this year — this installment of “Discover Duluth” focuses on the state park’s less-talked-about visitor favorite: Ellingson Island.
The first phase of a repaving project on the Willard Munger State Trail in Duluth will begin Monday, requiring the trail between 73rd Avenue (behind Munger Inn) and the Grand Avenue Bridge to be closed, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Nothing sheds the stress of classwork like a good run, and Duluth’s college students are fortunate to have some excellent wooded trails within a few blocks of campus. Trail running — as opposed to running on streets — is very popular in Duluth from one end of town to the other.
SLEEPING GIANT PROVINCIAL PARK, ONTARIO — Mike Link and Kate Crowley are growing weary by mid-afternoon when they come upon the rope. It is tied in an ancient knot to a tree along the Kabeyun Trail on a rugged peninsula that juts into Lake Superior northeast of Thunder Bay.
Although a search had been mounted by 35 experts with two bloodhounds, it was a man and woman out fishing Friday morning who found three hikers missing overnight in the Lake Vermilion area of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
The 40-mile Kekekabic Trail is closed effective today, from Snowbank Lake Road near Ely to the Gunflint Trail. The closure will remain in place until further notice, and includes the associated connector trails and loops.
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