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Lost Forty Project Discovers Long-Lost Recordings in Northern Minnesota

The Lost Forty Project discovered 47 songs recorded in 1924 that had been forgotten. They are now archived at The Minnesota Folsong Collection, created by the founders of the project.

A family duo takes on the new Lookout Mountain biking trails Thursday evening.
  • Lookout Mountain Bike Trails Open for Cycling
 
  • Logging Fanatics Flock To 63rd North Star Expo
 
  • Fairview Range Unveils New Behavioral Health Expansion
 
One of the St. Louis County assessors makes notes at an Aurora property.
  • County Assessors Tour Biwabik, Aurora Storm Damage


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Top Stories

  • St. Louis County School District Superintendent Steve Sallee speaks to county commissioners about adding two School Resource Officers. Two School Resource Officers Added for Range Schools

    The St. Louis County Board approved the addition of two new School Resource Officers to split their time between five Iron Range schools. The officers are trained sheriff's deputies, and will work as "law enforcers," "educational resources" and "social resources." 

  • Decline in Young Visitors to BWCA

    New data from the U.S. Forest Service shows a recent increase in the number of people visiting the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. But overall, visitor numbers have been on a downward trend in recent years, and the average age of those visitors has gotten much older.

  • FILE - A windstorm blew down millions of trees in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in 1999. Prescribed Burns Planned for BWCA, 17 Years after Blowdown

    The Superior National Forest is planning four prescribed burns this fall within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness to reduce the threat of wildfires in areas where concentrated blocks of downed timber remain 17 years after a massive windstorm tore through the area.

  • Emergency personnel are on the scene of a small plane crash at Range Regional Airport in Hibbing. Pilot Injured When Small Plane Crashes at Range Regional Airport

    One person was injured when a small plane crashed at Range Regional Airport in Hibbing on Wednesday afternoon. Airport Manager Shaun Germolus said the pilot suffered facial injuries which didn't seem severe. 

  • Body Recovered from Big Fork River is Identified

    The elderly man's body recovered Monday from the Big Fork River has been identified as Farrel D. Cockrum. Kochiching County Sheriff Perryn Hedlund said the 82-year-old of rural Little Fork went down to the river Sunday evening to take a bath.

  • Canoescapes Exhibit Shows Boundary Waters From Different Perspective

    The Canoescapes exhibit is now featured at Duluth's Perk Place Coffeehouse. Award-winning photos, including those from a seven month solo canoe trip, are there for viewing and sale until October 31. 



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