Up North

Wisconsin Firearms Deer Hunt Starts Saturday

Saturday, nearly 10-percent of the population of Wisconsin will take part in a nine day rifle hunt across the state. Herd numbers are on the rebound from a harsh winter two seasons ago. Electronic registration has also been introduced state wide this season.

  • End of Season Disc Golfing at Mont Du Lac
  • Hunters Expo in Poplar
  • UMD Cycling Club Hosts NCCCC Championships
  • The 65th Edition of the Swain Invitational

  • Youth Outdoor Field Day

    It's the 9th annual Youth Outdoor Field Day put on by the united Northern Sportsmen Club (UNS), by Island Lake. This one day camp shuffles kids around through eight different stations, keeping them busy with all things outdoors.

  • GNAT Shooting on Old Vermilion

    Many trap shooters have knocked a clay pigeon or two out of the air, but what about explosive targets on the wings of remote controlled drone airplanes flying over head at nearly 100-miles-per-hour?

  • Lumberjacks and Jills Compete in Hayward

    With some of the best outdoor athletes in the world, Hayward hosted the 56th annual Lumberjack World Championships.

  • Sand Volleyball is a Growing Competitive Sport in the Northland

    With the summer season at it's halfway point the sand volleyball season has been in action for months, while Skyline Lanes in Hermantown hosted their 7th annual tournament that has been named as the largest in Minnesota.

  • Fun Times at the Heart of the North Rodeo

    It is 62 years of the Heart of the North rodeo and for many, it has a special place in their heart.

  • The "Ultimate" Sport

    It takes quite the weather conditions for Duluth area Ultimate players to not take the field as DingWop gears up to compete in the LT Memorial Freedom Fest Tournament this weekend.

  • Foot Golf, When Soccer and Golf Meet

    Soccer and Golf are two popular summer activities, and now they have combine to form a hybrid sport that is growing in popularity across the country. 

  • One Last Look at the 39th Edition of Grandma's Marathon

    As one of the most popular events in the Northland, thousands of runners took park in Grandma's Marathon weekend, including Minnesota running legends Dick Beardsley and Garry Bjorklund.

  • Grandma's Marathon By the Numbers

    Thousands of runners from across the world will flock to Duluth this weekend for the 25th anniversary of the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon as part of the 39th edition of Grandma's Marathon weekend. 

  • Trap Shooting, One of Minnesota's Fastest Growing High School Sports

    Trap Shooting is one of the fastest growing high school sports in Minnesota, as over 56-hundred trap shooters across the state gear up for the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League championships in Alexandria, MN this weekend.

  • Fishing and a 5K Inflatable Run

    While hundreds of fishing anglers help raise money for ALS research at Island Lake, hundreds of runners took part in on of the most unique 5K runs traveling across the country.

  • The Summer Race Season is Here

    The WISSOTA racing season is finally here. Some drivers have been part of the sport for over a quarter of a century, while others are climbing the ladder in knowledge and experience.

  • The Northland Roller Derby

    The Harbor City Roller Dames of Duluth held their final bout of the season, but the sport is growing year, after year and his drawing in teams from all over the country.

  • The Fishing Opener at Lake Vermilion

    The opening weekend of fishing in Minnesota is in the books, as thousands of anglers flocked to the lakes scattered throughout the state. One of those lake, Lake Vermilion is a premier fishing spot on top of hosting the 68th annual Governor's Fishing Opener.