Sterling is a senior at Cook County High School. He hosts and engineers the Youth Show on Thursdays. During the spring and summer he enjoys spending his time on the golf course.
Kara joined the Youth Radio Project in the fall of 2012. She co-hosts the Youth Show on Thursdays.
Shawn Neuwirth was born in the East and at the age of six moved to Grand Marais. He enjoys all kinds of books, video games, and badminton when he is not helping his dad around the house.
Audrey Summers will be a junior at Cook County High School. She is 16 years old and has lived in Grand Marais her whole life.
Gabby started as a youth co-host in January 2012. She helps co-host the Saturday Youth Mix Show.
Joey started as a youth co-host in spring 2012. He helps co-host the Saturday Youth Mix Show.
Czarina started as a youth host in January 2012. She hosts and engineers the Saturday Youth Mix Show.
Cy Fortunato started as a youth host in January 2012. He hosts and engineers Anonymous Radio, a bi-weekly Youth Mix Show on Saturday afternoons. Cy is going to be a junior in high school this year.
September is National Suicide Awareness Month, and it's important to be aware of the complex issues surrounding suicide.
Sivertson Gallery is hosting ‘Do You Raku? We Do!’ on Saturday October 4th from 10am to 3pm. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning spoke with C.J.
Matthew Brown had the opportunity to speak with artist and educator Wayne Potratz Sept. 26. Wayne recently retired from the U of MN after 45 years of teaching, and was named the 2013 Outstanding Art Educator by the International Sculpture Center. He's guest artist at Last Chance Gallery during Crossing Borders, which runs every day from 10 to 6 through Oct. 5. You can learn more about Wayne and see his work here.
Minn. & Wisc. Sea Grant programs' award-winning research protects Duluth-Superior harbor infrastructure-
Jeff Gunderson, director of Minnesota Sea Grant, spoke with Randy Eastlund Sept. 26 about work they did with Wisconsin Sea Grant to identify and mitigate corrosion to the port of Duluth-Superior's infrastructure, thereby saving millions of dollars in future repair and replacement costs. You can learn more about the work of Sea Grant here.