Arts & Culture
Welcome back to Magnetic North. It’s the “tween” season, a funky time in the north country. A time to test one’s mettle.
Anders Zimmer, 14, of Grand Marais, has been selected to once again compete in Marquette, MI this week for a spot on the U.S. Junior Olympic National team.
Each year the Cook County Athletic Booster Club picks two community members for the Fan of the Year honor.
The blasé approach of Old Man Winter continues at this end of the Trail. Although seasonally cold, the other character of the season remains abysmal.
Once again we have a dramatic example of the many micro-climates in Cook County and specifically the West End.
Mushers and dog teams will be cloaked in pink on the Gunflint Trail next month in a race to raise money for cancer.
The winners of the 12th annual PBS-8 High School Essay Contest have been announced and Cook County High School Junior Will Brandenburg took first place.
On this edition of the Gunflint Notebook, Steve pays tribute to his slippers.
The Legacy of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church is the second segment in an ongoing series called Walking the Old Road: The Story of Chippewa City and the Grand Marais Chippewa. Built before the turn of the century, the St. Francis Xavier Church has played an important part in the lives of the Ojibwe people who once lived in Grand Marais and Chippewa City, including the family of modern artist George Morrison, whose grandfather was a caretaker of the church.