The Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association has redesigned its popular Birds of the Byway brochure. Now featuring a perforated birds checklist attached to the main brochure, users no longer have to worry about a loose checklist slipping out of the brochure, but are still able to easily remove the checklist, if desired.
Projects in Progress
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 extended family are figures in the development of the City of Jenkins.
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 have direct memories and/or family ties to the stories.
On Valentine’s Day evening, members of the Jenkins City Council took a close look at something dear to their hearts…their hometown history. A mock-up of the interpretive panel outlining the story of how the City of Jenkins developed from a simple fur trading post to the growing Byway community it is today was reviewed.
by Ray Nelson, US Army Corp. of Engineers, Crosslake/Byway Association Liaison