He saw the cow moose. It saw him. There were 30 yards between them. It was a quiet standoff in the woods southeast of Ely that all too soon was violently broken after the bark of a dog.
Paul Oman was set up to paint a dinner theater backdrop on a 13-by-13-foot canvas at a Bible camp in his hometown when the production’s choir began rehearsing.
With only 10 players and a limited bench, the Fond du Lac boys basketball team should be the last team that wants to full-court press, but that’s exactly what the Ogichidaag did in the second half of their Section 7A championship game with South Ridge on Friday.
The robotics double regional at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center has attracted 112 teams to the city, breaking the world record for largest number of FIRST Robotics Teams in one venue.
Jerrod and Rebekah Daigle welcomed Janessa Jean Daigle one week and eight miles earlier than expected — on an Interstate 35 off-ramp in Proctor, to be exact.
Despite trail conditions that some race veterans call the worst they’ve ever seen, Chisholm musher Nathan Schroeder is representing the Northland very well in his first time competing in Alaska’s legendary Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.