Projects in Progress

It’s four hundred sixty pounds of solid marble. Four men battled gravity to lift the nearly twenty square foot rectangle of carved artwork to eye level and fasten it to the wall.

They were married in 1930, and in only eighteen years, the two grew by twelve kids.  The family had been in Jenkins since 1914, and all of these twelve kids, along with parents, grandparents and ex

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association recently added a new source of Bunyan appeal to its collection of items in the Crosslake Campground Exhibit Room.

  • As of December 13, 2006, the Wetlands Walk, at Veterans Walking Trail now has four interpretive panels installed along the Walk.

The arrival of the spring gardening season holds a unique appeal for the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association.

During the past couple of years, over a hundred years of settlement, livelihood and transportation history was collected from archives and interested Jenkins area residents who hav

On Valentine’s Day evening, members of the Jenkins City Council took a close look at something 

It’s sort of a case of history making history in the City of Jenkins.

by Ray Nelson, USArmy Corp. of Engineers, Crosslake/Byway Association Liaison

The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway’s Gateway Gazebo took on an even more welcoming complexion this year with the installation of a shapely garden area, mulched path, and decorative landscaping.

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