EH? PLUS Gales to kick up cash
The Lake Superior Marine Museum is kicking off its 26th Gales of November Maritime Conference and Fundraiser beginning Nov. 1 with a joint luncheon with the Duluth-Superior Propeller Club at Grandmas ... Posted on 10/23/13 at 11:00 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG DON'T FEED THE SEAGULLS
I must say summer is finally here or so it appears, and seagulls have made their way back to our lovely city. I do have several problems with the seagulls but I won't bother you with my complete take ... Posted on 6/16/13 at 1:44 AM
ASTRO BOB You'll love this video of Lake Superior northern lights
Shawn Malone of Marquette, Mich. has created a masterpiece of video. She recently finished a year-long project shooting more than 10,000 pictures of the aurora borealis from 33 separate locations on... Posted on 5/13/13 at 10:09 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Friends, colleagues remember Jim Hudson
Friends and colleagues of Jim Hudson showed their love and appreciation for the fishing guide today in an article from the Clam Corp., maker of the Fish Trap series of portable fish houses and sponsor... Posted on 1/30/13 at 3:39 PM
DRAGON NEWS MSUM students excel at Model UN
This news was submitted by the political science department following the success of the MSU Moorhead team at the Arrowhead Model United Nations conference at Lake Superior University in Sault Ste Ma... Posted on 4/12/11 at 3:33 PM
The nonprofit Beaver Bay Club — which owns the lakefront property on which the fish house stands in Beaver Bay — recently began the legal process to evict Bruce and Bonnie Anderson, the Duluth couple who own the building.
Increasing water temperatures of Lake Superior over the past three decades have made conditions more favorable for chinook salmon, walleye and lean lake trout but less favorable for cold water-loving siscowet lake trout.
Some 22 barrels of military ammunition that were dumped into Lake Superior decades ago and recovered last year have been re-submerged while a local tribe and cleanup workers seek a federal waiver to bring them ashore.
The 25 barrels recovered last summer from the depths of Lake Superior were dumped there 50 years ago under orders of the U.S. Army. Inside were scrapped cluster bombs — a new weapon considered top-secret by U.S. officials who didn’t want the design to fall into enemy hands at the height of the Cold War.
One day after losing her husband to a Lake Superior ice fishing accident, Hannah Stonehouse Hudson took small solace in what she considers one indisputable fact. “He died doing what he loved,” she said Sunday.
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