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The 2014 Crossing Borders Studio Tour starts September 26 and runs through Sunday October 5. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning spoke with with artists Betsy Bowen and Lee Ross on North Shore Morning. 
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Jim Boyd. Photo: MPR News
On September 17 a public input meeting was held for the benefit of the team working to update the county’s land use plan. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with team member and Chamber Executive Director Jim Boyd about the meeting and the plan which has not been revised in 17...

There are two events this week at the Cross River Historical Center. WTIP volunteer Marnie McMillan spoke with board member Linda Lamb of the Historical Society on North Shore Morning.

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Wine and Beer Tasting Gala
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Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories. Wolves, zebra mussels, copper and mercury…all figured in this week’s...

The Cook County Sheriff's office states in the last three weeks there has been an influx of property damage reports in the Grand Marais area. There have been nine separate incidents, reporting the following damages:

--Graffiti at the water tower, skateboard park, and...

The Grand Marais Art Colony is sponsoring a "Tour d'Art" featuring local homes, studios and art collections of several area artists. WTIP volunteer Joey Detrick spoke with board member Marcia Hyatt and director Amy Demmer of the Colony on North Shore Morning about this event.
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Lissa Radke is the U.S. Coordinator with the Lake Superior Binational Forum. North Shore Morning host Marnie McMillan spoke with Lissa from her office at the Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute at Northland College in...

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