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Lonnie Dupre is filming the impact of climate change on the Polar Inuit people he met in Greenland 20 years ago.
In a text message Friday morning, Brett Alsleben of Points North Services said they are trying to get the road back open by the end of the weekend.
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Vaughn Murray’s limo fish house, which is parked within casting distance of his dock on the Ontario side of the Rainy River, has four holes and electric heat.
Walleyes react to fishing pressure by being more finicky.

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They’re all around us if we take time to recognize them.
The Ely Outfitting Co. is again offering a essay contest for high schoolers.
90 minutes east of Fargo, one of the world’s most successful dog sled racers is settling into retirement. When the snow falls, there is no slowing him down.
Less fishing pressure on the St. Louis River has meant more walleyes biting.
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Most of the state's 23,000 miles of trail are maintained by local club members.
Cougar sightings have become more common in Minnesota than they were 20 years ago, but the Department of Natural Resources maintains the state does not have a breeding population of the big cats.

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Closer to home, I’ve never encountered anything that rivals a mountain lion, but there definitely have been a few encounters that stand out.
Cuts come after unruly behavior, crowded conditions in wilderness.
The ice road across Lake of the Woods, which will allow visitors traveling by road to bypass Canada, is scheduled to open Friday.

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