Victoria Hofmo reports on the U.S. military brigade called the Viking Battalion set up during World War II to carry out its missions on skis.
Category: Norwegian Heritage
Lori Ann Reinhall tells of Leif Andol’s lifelong experience as a skiier and a guide for more than 40 years for Ski for Light.
Travel Editor Cynthia Elyce Rubin reports on ice palaces, hotels, and bars around the world, including Norway, Sweden, Canada, and even Florida.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall reviews he book Winter’s Children: A Celebration of Nordic Skiing, written by Ryan Rodgers of Duluth, Minn.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall interviews artist Maya Jackson, winner of Seattle’s 17th of May commemorative pin contest for the 2022 event.
Tove Andersson writes about Sami Siida
with a restaurant, museum, and cultural events for guests, run by Sami family members in Alta, Norway.
Kos in the winter months to try and reduce seasonal depression and fatigue during the “dark time” of the year.
Adeline Clarice Leraas died Dec. 23, 2021, at 92. She had a long career in nursing, was active in her church, and proud to be Norwegian.
David Moe reports on “Troll Genesis: From Hammer to the Cross,” a talk by Britte Rasmussen Marsh on the origins of mythology’s “good vs. evil.”
The Norwegian Stortinget displays a portrait painted by Marianne Wiig Storaas of Karen Platou, the first woman elected to parliament in 1922.