Fox 21's Natalie Froistad takes a look inside Lake Superior Helicopters.
It's no question that starting a wrestling program can be a struggle in The Northland. But the future looks very bright for the sport.
Wrestling is slowly gaining ground in The Northland. What it needs to thrive are strong youth programs.
It's safe to say Duluth is known for hockey. But ask anyone if they root for wrestling and you might not find many fans.
The fermenting season is just wrapping up, and the farming season is about to get underway at Spirit Creek Farm.
"You name it every one of the parks on the shore there’s something really special there to get out and connect with nature," Mark Kovacovich, District Supervisor; D.N.R. State Parks and Trails said.
"It is a wonderful recourse. It’s a place where we can come and get back to nature. It’s also a place where we can bring friends," Erickson explained.
Day Tripper of Duluth and Positive Energy Outdoors are groups that specialize in giving people the opportunity to sample what the Northland has to offer outdoors, year round.
Dark house spearing rewards patient fishermen the ability to catch fish with the flick of spear.
For some, a snowy forest is an opportunity to connect to nature and some of their furry friends.
Transportation has been a hot topic at the Capitol this year, with Gov. Mark Dayton laying out an extensive transportation plan.
Rounding up a group of guys and heading out to a frozen lake is not all that uncommon during a northern Minnesota winter.