The evolution of the Boundary Waters has involved change in the surrounding communities.
Interest renews in this country western singer living the quiet life in Aitkin County.
The Red Wing home of the inventor of puffed wheat is now a haven for the creative.
After three years of preparation, Aitkin County bogs are ready to produce.
Five thousand boats for Saturday's walleye season opener.
Meet native Vince Merrill who has netted fish for ceremonial purposes.
Race relations in Onamia have grown uneasy as the Mille Lacs Band asserts its treaty rights.
A review of events leading up to the present situation in east central Minnesota.
The Red Lake Warriors were at the top of their game when a player was fatally stabbed. One year later, the team continues to pull together.
The management of school-trust lands is drawing some unexpected attention in northern Minnesota.
This inventor's underwater camera brings the fish up close and personal.
Snowmobilers and cross-country skiers cross paths along the Gunflint Trail.
The practice of "green dimensioning" can reduce a sawmill's wasted wood by 15 to 20 percent.
They're eyeing the sky at Camp Ripley, hoping that ski trails stay snow-covered for upcoming biathlon trials.
Smartwood is an international non-profit group that approves woodlands managed under strict environmental guidelines, but how will it work in the marketplace?