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Kavanaugh accuser will testify Thursday in front of Senate Judiciary Committee
Boat left on Park Point causes stir
Astro Bob blog: Things Are Hopping on Asteroid Ryugu — See the First Photo and Go for a Stroll
Minnesota town that gave the world Spam is proud to be 'autism-friendly'
Arrival of turtles with painted shells at airport causes Customs quandary
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St. Luke's Internal Medicine Associates and St. Luke's Community Care Team Welcome Stephanie Harnack, NP
St. Luke's Welcomes Pediatric Hospitalist Dr. Jordan Blessing
St. Luke's Community Care Team Welcomes Anna Rosenberg, FNP
St. Luke's Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Center Medical Director Dr. Jarrod Buresh Certified by American Board of Wound Management
Commentary: Why we're choking on Amazon cardboard
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Woods wins Tour Championship, ending five-year drought
Rick Weegman column: Vikings a super bust vs. Bills
Boos bombard Vikings in home loss to Bills
Timberwolves, Towns agree on five-year, $190 million extension
College women's soccer: UMD, Concordia play to a draw
Project Naptural promotes embracing the beauty of black hair
Heartland Indie Best-sellers
Readings & Writers
Ask a Master Gardener: Overwintering water gardens
Boy's pumpkin dream is no pie in the sky
Eric and Christina Stevenson
Jim and Linda Boyd
Manny and Lynda Berg
Johnna Marie Rostollan
Fredrick and Yvonne Peterson
Clara A. Bugliosi
Roberta J. Peterson
Denny R. Sullivan
Edna M. Shoberg
Arnold D. Johnson
Reader's View: Republican warts trump Democratic cancers
Reader's View: Failing family farms adds to sadness
Reader's View: Require docs to learn more about nutrition
Clam chowder prepared with river mussels?
Local View: No, no one forces me to wear the hijab
'Fish Addictions TV' host adds touring walleye pro to his resume
Historic duck camp tradition lives on
Wisconsin may close grouse season early
Nice Fish for Sept. 23
A century ago, they went to war to help: Clay County, Minn., nurses made their mark in WWI
RecSports -- Week of Sept. 16-22
Through Readers' Eyes
Weber column: Baby snapping turtles leave the nest
It was a pleasant morning in June. With the early sunrise, there were many songs from the local breeding birds. And as I walked through the yard...
12 hours 57 min ago
September 16, 2018
Weber column: Hawthorns first to drop leaves in September
Though September shows us much with all of the migration of birds, maturing of apples and other fruits and a plethora of mushrooms in the woods,...
September 16, 2018 - 5:00am
September 8, 2018
Weber column: Katydid time in Northland plants
Whether driving, biking or walking in early September, it seems like I will be passing large growths of fall wildflowers in roadsides and fields....
September 8, 2018 - 7:00pm
September 2, 2018
Weber column: Seeing, hearing gray tree frogs again
We heard frogs a lot in spring. A trio began calling as soon as the ice went out. Two tiny ones — chorus frogs and spring peepers —...
September 2, 2018 - 5:00am
August 26, 2018
Weber column: Orb webs in a dew-covered field
Dawn is cool — in the 50s — and calm with patches of fog. We don't always appreciate fog, but late-August mornings are often foggy,...
August 26, 2018 - 5:00am
August 19, 2018
Weber column: Hummingbird nest reveals elaborate building
I walk by a patch of wild blackberries before I enter the woods. During the second half of August, with the passing of blueberries and raspberries,...
August 19, 2018 - 2:30pm
August 12, 2018
Northland Nature: Bright shelf fungus in August woods
Walking in the woods of early August is a walk in shade. Often the temperature beneath the arboreal canopy is several degrees below that in the...
August 12, 2018 - 6:30am
August 5, 2018
Weber column: Meadowhawks patrol days of August
According to the calendar, the first week of August is halfway between the summer solstice of June and the autumnal equinox of September; this...
August 5, 2018 - 9:00am
July 22, 2018
Northland Nature: Sac spider nests along shores
The hot summer days of late July are a great time to see the progressing season. During my walks, I regularly find more wildflowers in the roadsides...
July 22, 2018 - 9:41am
July 15, 2018
Fireweeds delight the roadsides of mid-July
Though not the same as the astronomical calendar; June, July and August are defined as being meteorological summer. That means July 15 is midsummer....
July 15, 2018 - 4:30pm
July 8, 2018
Northland Nature: Coral fungi begins the mushroom season
We tend to think of July mostly by its weather.
July 8, 2018 - 6:23am
July 1, 2018
Northland Nature: Interrupted ferns thrive in summer forests
Taking a forest walk in July is a unique experience.
July 1, 2018 - 11:29am
June 24, 2018
Northland Nature: Fireflies light up summer nights
Those of us who have spent June in the Northland are well aware that we are not the only residents to be here.
June 24, 2018 - 8:04am
June 17, 2018
Northland Nature: Accidentally finding an ovenbird nest
Walking in the June woods is a delight, but the scene has changed much from the previous month. With a canopy of leaves overhead, the forest...
June 17, 2018 - 9:16am
June 10, 2018
Northland Nature: A giant moth of June
I was walking along the shore of a lake on a late spring morning. I located a spider orb web (the circular ones) here.
June 10, 2018 - 9:29am