In a special meeting Tuesday, Cook County Commissioners re-elected Commissioner Fritz Sobanja to serve as chair for the coming year.
In an attempt to cut costs, the Minnesota Department of Natural resources will change its policy of stocking rainbow trout, brook trout and brown trout in inland trout lakes across Northeastern Minnesota. According to Tim Goeman, DNR regional fisheries supervisor at Grand Rapids, the savings could total about $40,000 to $50,000 per year.
As the northland is a week into another loop around old Sol,”a belated happy New Year wish comes to one and all from the Wildersmith two.
A four member Fiber Optic Network Commission was appointed from a list of applicants at the county board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 5. Appointments include Howard Hedstrom, Paul Harvey, Scott Harrison and Terry Meath. Commissioner Bob Fenwick will be the board’s non-voting member.
Everything we need for happiness we already have. Learning to accept what is and get out of our own way to happiness.
Psychologists have created a happiness formula that summarizes the current research. We review the formula in Jonathan Haidt's Happiness Hypothesis.
Happiness from the inside out. Lessons from the book, The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonathan Haidt.
Happiness is theme for the month - this episode reviews some of the basics
Gratitude and its impact on a community?
For months Cook County has been reviewing its sewage treatment system ordinance. A study committee has submitted recommendations and one public hearing has been held. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency wanted counties to have revised ordinances in place by early February.
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The level of Lake Superior fell by 2 inches in December, less than the usual 3 inches, and now it sits just 3 inches below the long-term average for Jan. 1.
The International Lake Superior Board of Control Tuesday reported that the level of the lake is up 6 inches from this time last year. The big lake generally rises from April to September and then drops during winter months.