Musicians and poets will sing and tell stories of the river at Festival Theater in St. Croix Falls.
Mining for sand used in natural gas fracking is a growing concern for local residents.
Laurie Allmann explains the potential environmental impacts of a proposed gravel mine at the intersection of Highways 97 and 95. Public comments are being accepted until May 18.
A new survey of the river has given boaters, native mussels and swimmers reason for hope.
Hamline University is presenting its Rivers Institute again, with full scholarships available for area educators.
Photos of early spring at Fairy Falls, the Boom Site and beyond on a sunny Sunday.
A new online tool lets you submit stories, places and traditions you think make the area special.
Educational programs and a fair amount of fishing will feature in the second annual multi-day adventure this May.
The free required permits can be picked up at the St. Croix River Visitor Center in St. Croix Falls.
My wife and I had our first child recently, and didn’t wait long to introduce her to the St. Croix River.
A remote-controlled airplane and a small GoPro video camera were all it took to make a beautiful video of the historic Arcola High Bridge and the frozen St. Croix River.
The soldier who shot President Lincoln’s assassin is thought to have died in 1894 Hinckley Fire.
A citizen-led coalition kicked off the public phase of a National Heritage Area study in the St. Croix River region last weekend. Residents are invited to participate in several upcoming workshops.
Eagles are thinking about spring. Gary Noren of St. Croix Falls captured amazing photos of a bald eagle carrying material to its nest near the Dalles of the St. Croix.