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New elk herd could be reintroduced in northeast Minnesota
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — An effort is underway to reintroduce elk to parts of northeast Minnesota, but it could be a long process. Minnesota Public radio reported that the University of Minnesota has spent three years observing potential habit for elk in the Cloquet Valley State Forest north of Duluth,
Workers protest outside Minnesota Amazon warehouse
Yesterday afternoon, Somali-American workers marched outside of Amazon’s Shakopee, Minnesota fulfillment center, chanting “hear our voice.” Estimates of the exact number of marches vary from source to source, but The Minneapolis Star Tribune puts it at around 100.
Ask a Conservation Officer: Bringing deer back to Minnesota for processing
Q: I deer hunt in Wisconsin, but I live in Minnesota. Can I bring my deer back to be processed?. A: The simple answer is no. Importation of Cervidae (deer, elk, moose, etc) from outside of the state is addressed in DNR Rule 6232.1990 which states the only hunter harvested parts that may be brought i
Climate change impacts on North Shore river and stream fishing
For fisheries biologists in northeastern Minnesota, time is now wrapped up in something more important than coming home with a stringer of fish. What’s on their minds with regard to time is climate change. Listen to the full story by WTIP – Grand Marais, MN.
Video: Minnesota Officers End Up Playing Video Game After Responding to Noise Complaint
It started as a noise complaint but ended with St. Paul police officers playing video games with a group of friends gathered at an apartment. — ST. PAUL, Minnesota -- It started as a noise complaint but ended with St. Paul police officers playing video games with a group of friends gathered at an ap
Minnesota Weather: Brown Christmas Looking More Likely
TWIN CITIES, MN — There's good news if you're a fan of having brown, muddy conditions over Christmas Day. Above-average temperatures over the next week will slowly melt away the snow during the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
Meteor passes over Northern Minnesota
A Geminid meteor seemingly passed over Northern Minnesota around noon Friday, according to the National Weather Service, leaving a contrail that spread from Duluth to near Lake of the Woods.
Murdered Minnesota Student’s Mom Knew Something Was Wrong
When Sarah Papenheim’s mother answered her front door and saw a Minnesota sheriff, she knew something terrible had happened to her daughter in the Netherlands. Donee Odegard told a local ABC news affiliate that she had been down this road before—when her son committed suicide three years earlier.
Watch: 'First ever' footage shows wolves hunting freshwater fish in Minnesota
Researchers in Minnesota believe they have the "first ever" footage showing wolves hunting freshwater fish. The discovery was made by the Voyageurs Wolf Project, a collaboration between the University of Minnesota and Voyageurs National Park, which has been tracking GPS-collared wolves since 2015.
These Are The 10 Worst Places To Live In Minnesota For 2019
Join RoadSnacks ▼ Editor’s Note: This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out we updated this article for 2019. This is our fifth time ranking the worst places to live in Minnesota.
The Hundred-Year-Old Hardware Store In Minnesota That Will Take You Back In Time
The Land of 10,000 Lakes is home to many multi-billion-dollar corporations – and we love having them here. Many improve the community by bringing jobs and investing in infrastructure. But some of Minnesota’s best businesses are the small ones. There’s one hundred-year-old hardware store in Minnesota
Panthers draw first blood but end up on losing end against Wild in Minnesota
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Nino Niederreiter scored twice, Ryan Suter had three assists and Devan Dubnyk finished with 30 saves as the Minnesota Wild defeated the Florida Panthers 5-1 on Thursday night.
Jury Convicts Snowmobiler in Crash That Killed Minnesota boy
CENTER CITY, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota jury has convicted a snowmobiler who struck and killed an 8-year-old boy on Chisago Lake. Jurors on Tuesday convicted Eric Coleman, of Chisago City, of third-degree murder, drunken driving, criminal vehicular homicide and criminal vehicular operation.
Rope rescue added to Cook County Emergency Response team
GRAND MARAIS, MN — Cook County officials have announced a high angle and swift current ropes rescue team will be added to its emergency response capacity. So far, eight team members have been trained over the course of two full weekends at the end of October.
Northwoods Fiber Guild hosts Holiday Sale and Open House | Cook County News Herald
The Northwoods Fiber Guild will host its annual Holiday Sale & Open House on Saturday, December 1 at the Grand Marais Art Colony in Grand Marais. The doors will be open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with tasty treats, activities, music, and plenty of holiday spirit. A beautiful tree filled with fiber orname
The Pleiadians are here | Cook County News Herald
In something almost out of the X-Files, Christine Day came before the Cook County Planning Commission on Nov. 14 after neighbors complained her summer weekend groups were making too much noise while they were in-training learning how to communicate with extraterrestrials they call the Pleiadians. Th
Holiday music with Zachary Scot Johnson | Cook County News Herald
The Arrowhead Library System is pleased to present Holiday Music with Zachary Scot Johnson – an hour of family-friendly, all-ages merriment at the Grand Marais Public Library, 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, December 4. Zach is a nationally touring singer/songwriter who has performed with everyone from Donovan
Tech support coming to the senior center, available to the public | Cook County News Herald
Students from ISD #166 will be coming to the Cook County Community Senior Center on December 12 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. to do tech support for the public. They will continue to do this the second Wednesday of every month through May. The fact is, today’s technology can keep people engaged, connected, ac
Helping hands for Cook County | Cook County News Herald
We recently caught up with Mark Abrahamson to talk about the health career professional training that he and Cook County Higher Education provide. Mark began training nursing assistants for the Care Center in the 1990s, as he continued with the program that Skip Joynes and Joan Hall had started. Ove
Knowledge Bowl team makes big comeback | Cook County News Herald
The Cook County I.S.D. 166 Knowledge Bowl team traveled to the Iron Range last week for their last tournament of the season, and like most good squads, they saved their best effort for last. “It was a big time showing for Cook County Knowledge Bowl,” said head coach David Liechty. “This was the most