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Gunflint Woods, Winds, and Strings, and a Little Jazz concert

2018 Gunflint Woods, Winds, and Strings, and a Little Jazz

A special Tuesday Classics program on August 25 featured a recording of the 2018 Gunflint Woods, Winds, Strings, and a Little Jazz Concert.

Lighthouse Center for Vision Loss is reaching out to share technology that could make life easier for seniors

Lighthouse Center for Vision Loss to offer technology assistance

The Lighthouse Center for Vision Loss, sometimes known as the Lighthouse for the Blind, is coming to Grand Marais on Wednesday, September 26 to share news of adaptive technology which can be used for

Minnesota Veterans Home in Silver Bay

Trail group hosts barbecue for Minnesota Veterans Home

The Tread Lightly Off-Road group (TLOR), based in Grand Marais, is riding to Silver Bay to make a visit to the

Dr. Sandy Stover

Community Celebration planned for Dr. Sandy Stover

Dr. Sandy Stover is leaving Sawtooth Mountain Clinic after many years of service.

Sally Orsborn has been making the trip to Isle Royale since she was four years old

Sally Orsborn recalls life at Captain Kidd Island

The members of the Isle Royale Families and Friends Association gather each year to talk about life in Isle Royale National Park.

Fall color

Fall colors are beginning to peak across northern Minnesota

The Fall color transformation is underway here in northern Minnesota.  As of September 20, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources shows most of Cook County at 10 to 25% peak colors.&n

Cook County Airport

Airport invites visitors to drive (or fly) in for pancake breakfast

The Cook County Airport (KCKC) is the site of the 2018 Fall Color Tour and Pancake Breakfast.

Artist Jeff Niesen with his art-loving grandmother, Marcy Podas

Art donation welcomes visitors to newly remodeled North Shore Health

Artist Jeff Niesen was commissioned by his grandmother, North Shore Health Care Center resident Marcy Podas, to create some artwork for the recently remodeled medical facility.

The Grand Marais Fire Department's ladder truck with the flag at half-mast in remembrance of September 11, 2001

A 9-11 remembrance in Grand Marais Harbor Park

In recognition of 9/11, the Grand Marais Volunteer Fire Department has for years, quietly positioned their ladder truck with the American flag flown at half-staff in Harbor Park in downtown Grand Mara

North Shore Culinary. Submitted image

North Shore Culinary classes begin January 2019

A new program in Grand Marais will offer culinary arts certification and training designed to empower students to achieve their full potential in the culinary arts field.