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Long-form journalism from the Duluth Media Group.

The Legislature is considering new laws on everything from boating, rough fish and copper mining to deer hunting and ATV trails.
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A new national grant focused on habitat may help bolster the moose population, which has stabilized after a big decline.
Joseph Zak disappeared from his group home in Brookston, Minnesota, on Dec. 7, 2015. Investigators feel that a cellphone ping may have misled the investigation from searching the grounds near where he went missing until it was too late. His case, which remains unsolved, has had no developments since spring 2016.
Female fishers didn't nest in them, but they used the boxes that seemed to be a curiosity to some wildlife.

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Author and archivist Jeffrey Sauve has delved into the curious and difficult case that stumped Duluth detectives for years.
Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore aims to make the park more accessible for people with mobility issues and other impairments.
The U.S. Forest Service and The Nature Conservancy are researching how restored bogs help slow climate change.
A new law makes thousands of dollars in incentives available for home energy upgrades.
Minnesota’s waterfowl season opens Sept. 24 with no sign of the once-storied duck's return to the state.
Incorporating features such as large solar panels and double insulation, Green New Deal Housing aims to construct affordable homes for middle-class families. Next on the horizon are plans to build on three sites in Superior.

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Abbey McDonald, the former Bluejacket star, still has her “ups and downs,” but hopes her story can help others battling similar problems.
One year after the Lake County wildfire, the scorched Superior National Forest, cabin owners and McDougal Lake Campground all show resilience.
Some changes have scaled back allowable serving sizes and offerings in the state.

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