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Observations from Trail Center during Beargrease

It was a busy morning up the Gunflint Trail on Jan. 29.


 

A sled dog love story with CJ Heithoff

CJ Heithoff has a serious case of sled dog puppy love.

Included in this feature is a segment of her interview from 2000 with Iditarod Musher, Bill Cotter of Nenana, Alaska.


 

Locals reaching out to help Pine Ridge

Sarah Hamilton, owner of Trail Center Lodge on the Gunflint Trail, is following up on her recent “Camp Chow to Puerto Rico” campaign, which resulted in over 2,000 meals being shipped to th


 

RidgeRiders kick off season with snowmobile drag races at Devil Track

This weekend's snowmobile drag races on Devil Track Lake kicks off events for local snowmobilers.


 

County says be prepared for unexpected emergency situations

The power outage earlier this month that affected areas of Grand Marais brought up discussions of emergency preparedness in the community.  Sherrie Lindskog spoke with Public Health Nurse Joni Kr


 

Looking back at a longtime dispatch/jailer career

Judy Sivertson worked at the Cook County Sheriff's Office for 26 years. She recently retired after working in a variety of roles at the law enforcement center.


 

Gunflint Mail Run volunteers receive Dick Parker Award

The Gunflint Mail Run is a success in large part to the many volunteers who help out before, after and during the race. There is a special award each year for volunteers who go the extra mile.


 

Local luthier: Dave Seaton

Dave Seaton of Hungry Jack Outfitters has been building beautifully crafted guitars since he was a high schooler, and been doing so professionally for around 20 years.


 

Night hike offered at Sugarloaf Cove

Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center is offering a "Walking in a Winter Wonderland" event on Saturday, January 27, starting at 5 p.m.


 

Women's March held in Grand Marais

Arrowhead Indivisible is hosting the second Grand Marais Women’s March on Saturday, January 20th. Participants will gather in Harbor Park at 1 p.m.