Recently the Cook County board voted to keep two proposed MN/DOT towers short enough so they wouldn't have to be lighted, and Cook County is one of the darkest locations in the lower 48 states. John Barentine, program director of the International Dark Sky Association, talked with Dick Feb. 27 about light pollution and the benefits of a dark sky.
Moms and other caregivers of new babies have a friend in Public Health. WTIP volunteer Sherrie Lindskog spoke with Public Health Nurse Allison Heeren on North Shore Morning
The public can participate in Minnesota’s Civil War experience through an interactive presentation being offered at the Grand Marais Public Library.
Is it possible that owls have a sense of humor, especially when it involves waking a hyperactive miniature pinscher? Sunny explores that late-night possibility....
The Cook County Middle School hallway was quiet on Monday, March 2nd. Why? Exploratory Day!
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
Grace and Rhonnie report the latest School News.
Radio towers, a new highway building and airport snow removal. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Jan Sivertson about these stories as well as good news in the arts for the Arrowhead.
Unless Congress addresses the Federally Qualified Health Center funding for rural clinics, Sawtooth Mountain and over 100 other clinics could lose significant financial support.
Birch Grove Community School in Tofte held a well attended public meeting last week.
Words for Water is a gathering place for people who value the Lake Superior Basin and its fragile ecosystem.
The voting continues for ‘America’s Coolest Small Town’ and Grand Marais is still number one in the voting, but only by a small margin. WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson spoke
People with good ideas about starting a business, now have a local resource to help. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Pat Campanaro with the Small Business Development Center in Grand Marais.
Radio towers were once again on the agenda for the Cook County Commissioners at their Tuesday morning meeting.