STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN On the road for a few days
Ill be out of the office and on the road for a few days next week testing the waters of a handful of lakes across northern Minnesota.
Monday, Im scheduled to join Northwoods fishing guide, promoter... Posted on 6/8/12 at 11:15 AM
OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Wisconsin hunter takes 711-pound bear
A young Wisconsin hunter has taken a black bear that weighed 711 pounds (live weight), or 656 pounds field-dressed. Check it out here.... Posted on 9/27/10 at 11:00 AM
ASTRO BOB Got 38 seconds? Good. We're go for orbit
I was poking around on the Internet and stumbled across this time lapse video made by astronaut Don Pettit from the windows of the International Space Station sometime during his stay there from lat... Posted on 8/28/10 at 10:40 AM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND on target in NJ
After five years of political stonewalling, New Jersey sportsmen are going to be able to go on a bear hunt.
On July 21, the Commissioner for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP... Posted on 7/22/10 at 6:23 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Bear Stories
We had a celebrity visit our area yesterday. He had big feet and scared the local children..because he was just too big! Jordon said he would high five him if he was smaller..Gavin stayed way back..h... Posted on 4/11/10 at 6:44 AM
John Steitz remembers having a dream while he was napping along the Superior Hiking Trail Tuesday afternoon. A very vivid dream. At some point, Steitz woke up from his dream. “I opened my eyes, and there was a bear on top of me with its face in my face,” Steitz said.
in Crow Wing State ParkAbout 40 people descended upon Crow Wing State Park on a mild afternoon to get a look at a hibernating female bear — with the possibility that, at some point during her long winter’s nap, she had given birth. That’s not unusual at all for black bears.
A 17-year-old who collapsed last week while playing a high school basketball game in western Minnesota is improving and will be moved to the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis for specialized care.
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, January 24, 2011
It was feared that Hope, abandoned twice by its mother, may not survive without nursing and during the recent cool, wet weather. But Hope has now found the food left for it by researchers Sue Mansfield and Lynn Rogers near trees where the cub spent time with its mother earlier this spring.
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