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Beyond the Gridiron

  • Rivalry on the Iron Range

    Both teams are looking for their first win of the season heading into week four of the regular season. It is one of the biggest rivalries of the season for Hibbing and Virginia and one of them will walk away with a victory on Friday night.

  • Playoff Hopes for Northwestern Tigers

    High school football teams in Wisconsin are heading into game four of the season. The Tigers look to get back into the win column and make a run for the postseason.


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Outdoor

  • Week-Long Celebration of Michigan Trails Begins

    Gov. Rick Snyder has proclaimed the week beginning Saturday as Trails Week in Michigan to celebrate the state's more than 12,000 miles of trails and waterways.

  • Red-humped oakworms were seen in the forest feeding on an oak leaf. Wis. DNR Outdoor Report: Thinking Autumn

    Cooler temperatures in the last week had many people thinking autumn, which will officially arrive next Monday with the autumnal equinox. Although most trees are still green, leaves are starting to change colors, with some maples and sumac showing reds and ash trees starting to turn yellow and purple. Colors have reached about 25 percent in some counties.

  • Wisconsin DNR Launches Fall Photo Contest

    The agency is looking for fall photos taken on state properties such as parks, forests, trails and recreation areas for its "Fall in Love with Wisconsin State Parks" contest. People can enter one photo per day on the DNR's Facebook page.

  • CWD Means More Hunting for Some NW Wis. Landowners

    Some landowners in northwestern Wisconsin will get an extra deer hunting opportunity this fall to help chronic wasting disease testing.

  • File photo Zebra Mussels Spread to Cass Lake

    The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says zebra mussels have spread to a popular fishing lake in northern Minnesota.

  • Wisconsin DNR Urges Hunters to Report Observations

    The state Department of Natural Resources is urging bow hunters to report their wildlife observations online.


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