The area boasts a rich history of battling Native American tribes, religious missions, fur traders, oxcart trains, and even a population of 600 at its height.
The 186 foot bridge was built in 2008 by the town's Lions Club, and since there is no motor vehicle traffic on the trail, guests checking out the bridge can enjoy it at their own pace.
The statue was originally created as a symbol to represent how all we all interconnected, and that is true now more than ever.
The Hub Supper Club on Long Lake in Burtrum is taken over one Saturday every March for the annual Midwest Outdoors Unlimited Banquet.
It has been a couple years since they played a "home" show in St. Cloud, and they kicked off 2020 with a performance at the historic Paramount Center for the Arts in Downtown St. Cloud.
The sun reflecting on glass smooth water in the quarries looked like it was out of a Terry Redlin painting. The trails were busy with it being so nice outside, and everyone we passed had smiles a mile wide.
Early in 2019, the magazine sent out a call to towns across the state for entries into the third year of this contest. The main question they were trying to answer was "which town most embodies the Spirit of Minnesota?"