A deer cools off in a pond near Manhattan Beach. -- Diane McCormack Photos
The sun reflects off the icy surface of Gull Lake. (Photos by Diane McCormack) Photos Back | Next Back | Next Back | Next Red berries cling to bare branches in Lake Shore. Morning frost replaces brightly colored blooms on rose bushes in the fall chill.
A purple coneflower grows in the Backus park. Photos Back | Next Back | Next A butterfly sits on a car antenna near Crosslake. (Photos by Diane McCormack)
Soggy weather didn't deter diehard bargain shoppers at the annual Fall Rummage and Garage Sale held at Immaculate Heart Catholic Church in Crosslake last weekend. (Photo by Diane McCormack) Photos
Footprints on a snowy and frozen creek reveal the presence of tiny woodland residents. Photos Back | Next Back | Next Snow, ice, and open water cover a lake in wintery transition. (Photos by Diane McCormack) No caption was contained in the photo file
"This one's a little spicier than the last," proclaimed one chili taster. The line was long at Aunt Bea's Pantry in Crosslake on Saturday during the city's annual Chili Cook-off. (Photo by Diane McCormack) Photos
...Kleffman. Great-grandparents are Bud and Eileen Henderson, Martina Herman and Carl Blomberg. Adoption Tom and Diane McCormack, Longville, announce the adoption of their three children, Samantha Layne, Jared Allen Tristen and Arianna Joyce...
...Back | Next These scarecrows with a wagon filled with pumpkins are at Lakes State Bank in Crosslake. (Photos by Diane McCormack) At The Bird Feeder in Crosslake, this scarecrow uses modern tools of the trade to spot his birds. Scarecrows...
...Service Award on Thursday. Scharenbroich, owner of Black Pine Beach Resort near Crosslake, received the honor for donating more than 19,700 hours to the byway project over the last 10 years. Photos Diane McCormack/Lake Country Echo
...Backus. The annual corn feed featuring sloppy joes, baked beans and corn on the cob followed the parade. (Photos by Diane McCormack) Before the parade began, many found their places on the shady side of the street. Others wandered past the tables...
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