The School Supply Drive Results Are In

  (Published in the Aug 15th Warroad Pioneer) I’m excited to be able to announce that through the multiple efforts around Angle Days, our small community raised nearly $900 for the Angle Inlet School supply drive. Working with long-time teacher Linda LaMie, we identified a list of seven key needs for the coming school year. […]

Angle Days Filled with Friendly Competition

One-Room Schoolhouse to Benefit The fifth annual Angle Days and the 32nd annual Chili Cookoff is in the books at the Northwest Angle. People of all ages came out to enjoy the near-perfect weather and a variety of events held across the Angle mainland. The Northwest Angle Edge Rider’s snowmobile club kicked off the weekend […]

Press Release: Angle Days Summer Festival Returns August 4-6

The residents of the Northwest Angle would like to invite you to attend Angle Days, “the Top of the Nation’s Summer Celebration.” This small community, called simply “The Angle” by locals, now has a new northernmost icon and this year Angle Days will focus in part on celebrating the new icon’s designation. It’s the fifth […]

Angle Days Planning Underway and Northerly Park Explained – Part 2

Column 27 Published in the May 24, 2016 issue of the Warroad Pioneer Last column marked a year of Angle Full of Grace and I celebrated by talking about my latest passion:  building a public park here at The Angle. Before this vision started taking shape, there was the dream of growing The Angle’s summer […]

The World is Too Much With Us

Column 8 Published in the August 11 Warroad Pioneer It occurred to me some time ago, as I watched my two-year old run joyously up and down the grassy ditches of our driveway, that this glacier-smoothed prairie land isn’t flat to her. She has mountains to climb every day, valleys to explore, caverns and arroyos. […]