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Ambulance drivers, medical responders wanted at local hospital

Staff with North Shore Ambulance in Cook County are looking for drivers, emergency medical responders and emergency medical technicians in 2018.
 


Township elections are in March, but the filing period is now

Election filing open now for township elections

Citizens in Lutsen, Tofte and Schroeder interested in serving on their respective township boards need to file now to be eligible for election in March 2018.

Lake Superior in Winter

Cold snap raises question: What's the difference between weather and climate?

The weather continues to be big news along the North Shore and surrounding region. It’s what most people are talking about in the coffee shops and local pubs and restaurants.


Maple Hill Fire Department

Home on Devil Track Road damaged by fire

An emergency call went out at 3:45 a.m. on New Year’s Day—a homeowner on Devil Track Road in Grand Marais had a wood-burning stove chimney fire.
 


City Hall

Grand Marais City Council wraps up 2017

As promised, the Grand Marais City Council's December 27 meeting was quick. But that doesn't mean the city doesn't have a full agenda for projects in the year ahead. 


Dee Brazell, lost in the Dec. 28 snowstorm for several hours was found safe

Search & Rescue locates missing snowshoer

As darkness fell on Thursday, December 28, Mickey Brazell of Grand Marais called 9-1-1  to report that his wife, Dee Brazell, was lost in the woods somewhere in the Bally Creek area of Grand Mara


Frozen landscape near Lake Superior. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

Local resort owners share thoughts on frigid temperatures

There were record-low temperatures reported across northern Minnesota this week.


Soon-to-be school board member Dan Shirley and his daughter, Kit

Dan Shirley to join ISD 166 school board

There will be a new representative for the West End of the county at the next School District 166 school board meeting.


Caribou on a Lake Superior island. Photo courtesy of Flickr

First Nation officials in Ontario hear conflicting reports on caribou

In the final weeks of 2017, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry announced it would likely move a number of caribou from Michipicoten Island to the Slate Island, which are both locat


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UPDATE: Century Link resolves phone issues

UPDATE: Century Link residential phone service that was experiencing outages has been restored.