It’s not just the politicians who are running in races this fall, the North Shore Storm—a collaborative cross country team between CCHS and Two Harbors—has also been competing. Full Story
Minnesota driver’s licenses can now be obtained at Grand Marais Pharmacy
When Buck’s (formerly Radio Shack) Electronics closed four months ago, Cook County residents were left without a place to obtain a Minnesota driver’s license in the county. The nearest location to pick one up or to renew one was in Two Harbors, 85 miles away. Full Story
Beargrease receives some new sponsors
The big news coming out of the 2017 John Beargrease Sled Dog kickoff held Sunday, October 16 at Castle Danger was that the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa was back as one of the major sponsors of the race. Full Story
God’s beauty found in regrowth of burned wilderness
Hope, what is it? Is it a feeling, an outlook, a decision to be positive and optimistic? Is it a gift from God? You know me; I’m going to say, yes, because I believe that is so. Can I find it in the Bible? Of course, I can; at church, we have been working on some themes for November, and Romans 15:13 and Jeremiah 29:11 tell us of this hope. Full Story
State Senator Ray Higgins of Duluth was among the dignitaries present in September 1966 for the Grand Marais State Bank’s 50th anniversary. Full Story
Down Memory Lane
10 YEARS AGO OCT. 20, 2006 Full Story
Vikings beat top-ranked Carlton
The Vikings traveled to Carlton on Tuesday, October 18 to face their toughest competition of the year, the Polar League’s top team, the Carlton Bulldogs.
CCHS took the first game 25-20, lost the second 25-22, and then stormed back to win the last two games 25-20, 25-19 to take the match 3-1. Full Story
North Shore Storm girls win conference crown
Louise Ramberg’s fourth-place finish at the Polar League Conference cross country meet held at Pincushion helped her North Shore Storm team to victory.
When tabulated, the Storm’s top five runners finished with 53 points, just ahead of Esko’s 59 points. Full Story
Injury-riddled Vikings lose to Silver Bay
An injury-riddled Cook County High School football team made the short jaunt down to Silver Bay last Friday to take on their nearest rivals, the Silver Bay Mariners and lost a hard fought game.
The Vikings scored first on a touchdown run by senior running back Sam O’Phelan but failed to convert the two-point extra point attempt. After one quarter, the Vikings were up 6-0. Full Story
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