Thick wisps of steam have been rising from the surface of Lake Superior over the last several days of sub-zero temperatures. An explanation of what causes it, and why there’s not more ice, when the temperatures are so cold.
Several weeks in to the inaugural managed hunt seasons in Minnesota and Wisconsin, hunters have killed about 300 wolves; about 200 in Minnesota. But with a much smaller wolf population in Wisconsin, hunters there have killed a higher percentage of the state’s wolves.
Should the regulation of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness change?
Working quietly over the years, (“not a lot of gold and glitter in the kiln building business. . . .”) Donovan Palmquist has become famous in the somewhat rarefied world of kiln construction.
When more than 60 loggers drove their loaded rigs through downtown Duluth to protest weight limits on interstate highways, several candidates for Congress reacted.
There’s still lots of hand work involved in harvesting native prairie plant seeds.
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Wolfchild’s message is the Dakota people didn’t cause the war.
Officials monitoring nearly a dozen fires in Boundary Waters; ArcelorMittal negotiations continue; Demonstrations in front of directors’ homes to continue indefinitely; Obama’s speech reax: “Modest”; Islamic group buys former Medtronic HQ in St. Anthony; 16-year-old Hastings girl catches 375-pound halibut in Alaska
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