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Legendary Canadian-born (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) American radio and television personality Arthur Gordon Linkletter (born Gordon Arthur Kelly…

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Obviously, the word “sunset” (also known as “sundown”) has evolved over the last few years to mean more than the daily disappearance of the Su…

GRAND RAPIDS — Stay informed! Here’s a weekly summary of upcoming wildlife and habitat management activities and ways you can discover, explor…

If you are from that era where pipe smoking was considered fashionable across the board from professor types to rugged outdoorsman, when somet…

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Even though these pandemic times have for sure been tolerance-testing what with cancellations, social distancing and masking, there have been …

‘Now that July, which had seemingly been the longest month of this oh so long year, has finally passed, it’s time to welcome that august month…

GRAND RAPIDS — The summer continues to move along and now there is a hint of coolness at night and in the morning that is unmistakable.

GRAND RAPIDS — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed zebra mussels in Bowstring Lake, located mostly within the Leech La…

If after hearing a certain word, you are the type who feels a need to play the association game where a swarm of related words is released lik…

When a close friend who lives on Pokegama Lake sent us an action photo of his son doing some sort of quite athletic and obviously thrilling wi…

A while back, we wrote a column based on one of the names for July’s full moon titled, “The Hay Moon is Rising.” After it was published, we we…

GRAND RAPIDS — Father’s Day has come and gone and for many it was certainly different.

As of late many of us have been amazed at how sharp our cognitive astuteness, that is, the skills our brains use to think, read, learn, rememb…

As many of you well know, our title comes from William Shakespeare’s renown and much referenced romantic tragedy (if there is such a thing) “R…