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DNR officer remembered for her strength, passion
Mother of three children died after a crash while on duty Monday.
Question of mandatory vaccines touches road running, too
Should races, especially major ones, require all participants be vaccinated? Unsurprisingly the answer is complicated, as the heavyweights of marathoning have learned.
Minnesota's outdoors grants through DNR put to work
Recipients try to empower Minnesotans of different experience levels, colors and ages.
Trophy Tales: Quite the hook as angler catches two 19-inch fish on one cast
It's time for wood duck clutches to hatch
Nature notes: Unquestionably, the drake wood duck is the most beautiful of all waterfowl, with the female also being more colorful than the females of other species.
Opportunity for hunting land in Itasca County fit a need
Cabin Country: A dream delayed, but worth the wait.
Minnesota fishing report: Solid walleye action on Lake Bemidji, bass action on Waconia
A look at where the fish are biting.
Minnesota high school slugger leads pack off the field, too
Ero Wallin's statistics for the Silver Bay baseball team show plenty of state-leading power. But his work behind a team of 12 Alaskan huskies truly sets him apart.
Wildlife officials quarantine new herds in fight against CWD
Investigation expanding as CWD cases grow.
DNR identifies officer killed while on duty in collision with semi
"The sense of loss we feel right now is indescribable," DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen said.
'I owe him my life': Chinese runner describes rescue during deadly race
After 21 runners died when high winds and freezing rain struck an ultramarathon race, one competitor said he survived only because a shepherd carried his unconscious body to shelter.
Should marathons and running events require proof of COVID vaccine?
The Boston Marathon and the New York City Marathon are making triumphant returns this fall. Neither is requiring vaccination for participants.
Anderson: Citizen-legislative committee on resources still being steered by politics
The commission's problems stem almost entirely from imbalance. Its membership disparity of 10 legislators and seven citizens too often taints its decisions. It wasn't supposed to be.
Canada ends COVID restrictions on NW. Angle residents' travel
The action ends more than a year's pandemic restrictions that caused significant hardship to residents and businesses.
Anderson: Resort life is declining; some wouldn't have it any other way
It's a declining industry for family-run resorts, but long-timers are in it for the long haul and are reporting that business is very good.
Minnesota-led canoe team swamps boat nearing Mississippi River speed record
The group that left the headwaters in northern Minnesota was within about 140 miles of finishing when disaster struck and ended its quest.
Trophy Tales: Opening weekend produces more memories
All spring and summer we'll be featuring weekly fishing photos and stories from Star Tribune readers, send yours to: email@example.com
'Ride the Range' networks mountain biking trails on Minnesota's Iron Range
Four northern trail areas have collaborated during a hot time for the activity. The trail systems have diverse and unique back stories.
A naturalist's journal: Toads are trilling; warbers on moving, and spring wildflowers are popping
Soon after emerging from their underground hibernating spots, male American toads head for grassy ponds for breeding.
This Wisconsin hideout became the makings of a healing place
Cabin country: Celebrating a milestone at a cabin retreat.
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Check Grandma's Marathon top finishers, how your favorite runner did
Who's out there camping? It's a growing tent
Minnesota park tries calling the rare red-headed woodpecker to new habitat
Anderson: If you're camping on a budget, here's how it can be done
'Let's start the party': Hopes high for Grandma's Marathon to kick off Duluth summer tourism
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