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Coalition Heads to Washington in Support of Great Lakes Restoration

Wednesday and Thursday, a coalition representing business, industry, and environmental organizations will meet with members of Congress to rally support for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. By Tim Morrissey, Public News Service - WI - March 5, 2018

Cook County Sheriff's Office Weekly Report

From the Cook County Sheriff's Office - March 5, 2018. Find the report in the attached PDF.

Thunder Bay Airport experiencing unprecedented demand for parking spaces

Media Release from Thunder Bay International Airport Authority - March 1, 2018 More more information, contact Ed Schmidtke, President & CEO, Thunder Bay International Airports Authority 807.473.2600

Lake Superior School District faces bus driver shortage

The Lake Superior School District has more bus routes than bus drivers. By Jimmy Lovrien of the Lake County News Chronicle on March 4, 2018

Grand Marais musher Frank Moe gives C.P.R. to sled dog on CopperDog Trail

By David Jackson from WLUC-TV - March 5, 2018

Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center builds on a dream of Lake Superior

An Eden Prairie couple helped give students access to the Great Lake, but the North Woods center is $2.3 million short of its fundraising goal to make it happen. By Jennifer Bjorhus Star Tribune MARCH 2, 2018

Great Lakes still impacted by Ice Age phenomenon

The surface of the Great Lakes region is still recovering from the after effects of the last Ice Age, when woolly mammoths and mastodons grazed on grasslands here along with white-tailed deer. By Keith Matheny, Detroit Free Press - March 2, 2018

Public turns out in droves to review Highway 61 reconstruction project plans

From 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 27, Grand Marais City Hall was packed with citizens and business people who have a vested interest in the 2019 summer Highway 61 corridor project that will run through the city of Grand Marais. By Brian Larsen of the Cook County News Herald - March 2, 2018

Nature Conservancy of Canada says $1.3B in federal budget is 'gamechanger' for wild spaces

The Big Trout Bay project between Grand Marais and Thunder Bay is an example, 'Our landscapes need our help right now more than ever': New $1.3B fund is a start says NCC director. By Cathy Alex · CBC News · Posted: Mar 01, 2018

February 27 Board of Commissioners Meeting Highlights

From Cook County - February 27, 2018
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