The recent rains have elevated water levels throughout the Superior National Forest.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
A vast majority of people responding to a Minnesota Department of Natural Resources online survey oppose the idea of a gray wolf hunting and trapping season in the state.
From the Minnesota Department of Health: Minnesota residents in parts of northeastern Minnesota hit by flooding can take steps to safeguard their health, state health officials said.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation reports that northbound Interstate 35 has reopened this morning between Mahtowa and Highway 210 at Carlton.
Recent heavy storms and steady, torrential rain are causing communications and travel problems on the North Shore and in the Duluth area.
The Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board met last week.
The week ahead holds a lot of rain, then it’ll warm up and the weekend is looking good. WTIP’ Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Stewart.