CLOQUET - Leadership, initiative and loyalty are all qualities any parent would like to instill in their kids, and one boy scout troop in the Northland, has been passing those qualities down for 75 years.
GNESEN TOWNSHIP - Wendy Krook always considered she and her husband lucky to have the Seeds of Hope Youth Ranch, a place where at-risk youth can learn to ride and take care of horses.
BILLINGS - The Obama administration is proposing to lift most remaining federal protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states almost four decades after they were added to the endangered species list.
MADISON - A snowy winter and a rainy spring in Wisconsin have helped breed more mosquitoes.
DULUTH - Despite the not-so-spring weather, dozens of volunteers helped fill about 150 planters Thursday with flowers from Engwall's.
MADISON – Turkey hunters ran into poor hunting conditions during the first half of the spring turkey hunting season, resulting in a preliminary registration total of 37,804 turkeys, which according to Department of Natural Resources officials is an 11 percent decrease from the spring 2012 turkey season.
RHINELANDER – State biologists take to the skies again this month to count how many young bald eagles hatched this spring, buoyed by April aerial survey results suggesting a record number of occupied nests in a record number of counties.
MCGREGOR - A 72-year- old Mcgregor woman who was attacked by a bear on Monday is still recovering.
ST. PAUL - An Aitkin County woman was injured in a black bear attack Monday evening, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
SILVER BAY - The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Gitchi-Gami Trail Association held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in Silver Bay Tuesday to celebrate the official opening of a new, 2.3-mile paved segment of the Gitchi-Gami State Trail on the North Shore of Lake Superior.