THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK NORTH UNIT Ron Sams remembers a time when very little of note happened here.
More than 150 acres owned by nature photographer Craig Blacklock in Carlton County will be permanently protected from development through conservation easements announced today.
An urban logging company featured on the History Channel’s “Ax Men” series has three months to find a buyer before its “forest,” the Globe grain elevator in Superior, goes to a sheriff’s sale.
I remember when the tree was still standing — a large stately white pine of at least fifty feet in height. On this hillside, overlooking the lake, it had lived a long and strong life, with plenty of moisture and sunlight.
It isn’t uncommon to see runners striding along Duluth’s streets, many of them gearing up for Grandma’s Marathon. But there’s another contingent of runners you rarely see. They’re trail runners puffing quietly through the woods on Duluth’s extensive system of trails.