The state government shut down on Friday, July 1. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with District 6-A Rep.
Our northern summer is in full stride now. The month of the “full buck” or “half way” moon (Aabito-Niibino Giizis) signals the beginning of the wind down of 2011.
Sometimes, you just know the time is right. Last week, cold, wet weather gave way to a couple of days of sunshine and North Shore streams were running fresh and full.
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Even though the state parks are closed during the state government shutdown there are plenty of places to camp in Cook County.
Now that it’s a reality, here’s the latest on the Minnesota state government shutdown:
GRAND MARAIS AREA
According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, cold, rainy weather has slowed down fishing action but it should pick up over the weekend.
DULUTH, MN - Motorists traveling on Highway 61 near Split Rock River in Lake County are encountering traffic backups as MnDOT temporarily paves a two-mile section in preparation for a government shutd
Rees and Roxanne Richards, from Duluth, had a bad day last Sunday. They were driving the back roads of Tofte, on their way to begin a canoe trip, when their car caught on fire.
Grand Marais Mayor Larry Carlson says business is booming, the Classic Car Show was a success, but we may have a bird problem.
Lodging tax revenues for May were up from the same month last year county-wide according to the latest report from the Cook County Auditor-Treasurer’s office.
The Minnesota State Patrol is increasing trooper presence on highways on June 30, which is historically the deadliest day on Minnesota roads.
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