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Superior National Forest Update: June 8, 2018

Superior National Forest Update: June 8, 2018

Planning a trip to the woods? Get the latest on what you can expect - and helpful tips too - from our friends at the Superior National Forest. Click here to read or listen to the latest update.

A lack of long-term rentals in Cook County: June's First Thursday Conversation

A lack of long-term rentals in Cook County: June's First Thursday Conversation

This month’s First Thursday Community Conversation, “A lack of long-term rentals in Cook County,” welcomed a panel of local residents, elected officials, community leaders and property owners in Cook County to explore this topic and discuss possible solutions that could make more long-term rentals available. Click here to listen to the archived program.
 

LSProject: How a 3-year-old boy found an ancient artifact on a Grand Marais beach

LSProject: How a 3-year-old boy found an ancient artifact on a Grand Marais beach

In the latest episode of WTIP's LSProject, hear the story of how a 3 year old boy found an unusual object - back in 2010 - that turned out to be an ancient Native American artifact. WTIP's Martha Marnocha spoke with him about this remarkable find, along with Bill Clayton, an archaeologist from Grand Portage National Monument.

Talking Books - a new monthly feature on WTIP

Talking Books - a new monthly feature on WTIP

"Talking Books" is a monthly feature on WTIP's North Shore Morning, where Gwen Danfelt - local resident and manager of Drury Lane Books - will discuss books she's reading, new and hot titles, and more. Click here to listen to this month's feature.

Northern Lights by David R. Johnson

Northern Lights by David R. Johnson

The sky put on quite a show in the early morning hours of Friday, April 20. This is just one of the many photos captured by local photographer David R. Johnson. To view more of his photography, visit his website, or check out his facebook page.

Episode Six of WTIP's Boundary Waters Podcast

Episode Six of WTIP's Boundary Waters Podcast

The latest episode of WTIP's Boundary Waters Podcast is now available, featuring Ann and Steve Holtz, a Minnesota couple who have spent approximately 800 days camping in the Boundary Waters. 

In part two, we hear about a new lightweight camp stove that was created at a campsite in the Boundary Waters. Now officially called the Voyageur Stove, we hear from Joe Fleming, the mastermind behind the stove, about the product and his passion for the Boundary Waters.

 Click here to learn more about the podcast, and to subscribe.