A new generation of self-unloading bulkers applying Algoma’s Equinox concept is entering service on the Great Lakes and St Lawrence. By David Tinsley of The Motor Ship - February 27, 2018
Six more of the once-pristine streams that flow into Lake Superior along the near North Shore are officially impaired due to increased development, more erosion and too much silt in the water. By John Myers of The Duluth News Tribune on Feb. 26, 2018
Read here to see the Cook County Sheriff's Weekly Report from February 19-25, 2018.
With this winter's wide weather swings, it may be surprising for some to learn that the Great Lakes saw their ice cover percentage reach well above the average yearly peak. By Steve Zucker of The Petoskey News.
Grand Marais and Hovland top the list. From the National Weather Service in Duluth. By Andrew Krueger of the Duluth News Tribune - February 24 2018
At Grand Portage National Monument north of Duluth, crews wage an ongoing battle with rotting pickets in a stockade erected years ago to reflect the region’s fur trading days. A backlog of repairs in five Minnesota sites alone now will cost more than $20 million; the bill nationally is in the billions. By Kevin Giles Star Tribune FEBRUARY 24, 2018
A cross-basin overview reviews status and trends of prey fish from 1978 to 2016. Posted on February 22, 2018 by Ron Kinnunen, Michigan State University Extension, Michigan Sea Grant
Facing a deficit, the Lake Superior School District Board of Education has called on administrators to make recommendations for cuts to programs and positions. By Lake County News-Chronicle on February 24, 2018
On the iconic Minnesota roadway, come for the moose but stay for the meal.
By Kerri Westenberg Star Tribune - February 23, 2018
An evening meeting to gather further public input about a proposed 400-mile border-to-border backcountry scenic byway for licensed all-wheel/ four-wheel drive vehicles was held in the high school cafeteria on Tuesday, Feb. 20. By Brian Larsen from the Cook County News Herald - February 23, 2018