The North Shore Photographers show opened at the Johnson Heritage Post on Friday night.
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WTIP’s First Thursday Community Conversations program took a close look at the financial situation and future of the Cook County Independent School District 166.
While my grandfather made his living plowing the roads of Cook County, I am the second generation of reluctant drivers in my family.
Welcome back to Magnetic North, where winter’s grip is loosening, day by day, drip by drip, and we who count the hours of daylight wax poetic…over just about anything.
I shoulda’ known better. In the time it took me to clear a couple of inches of fresh snow from the doorstep, the yellow Lab went AWOL. Tracks told the story.
The Ojibwe people living in the Grand Marais area practiced a unique balance of cultures, that of mainstream society and traditional Ojibwe society.
The considered opinion of the folks who play in the snow is that this season has been as close to perfect as any season could be.
Travis Novitsky is a life-long resident of the north shore of Lake Superior. He was born in Grand Marais and resides in Grand Portage, where he has lived his entire life. He is an enrolled