New video visits a 160-year-old dam on the uppermost reaches of the Wild & Scenic river.
Created in 1895, the state park straddling the St. Croix was the first of its kind in the country.
Northern Wisconsin town got its start as an Ojibwe village.
The lumber years were full of characters and stories – and changed the region forever.
At 2:30 p.m. on June 12, 1914, the logging years of the St. Croix River watershed effectively ended.
Event on June 12th will remember the end of an important era on the St. Croix.
The little village was once important for moving supplies past the rapids above St. Croix Falls, WI.