Pre-winter has been playing tag with autumn since our last meeting.
Genevieve (GR) and Wren report the latest School News.
The City of Grand Marais will hold a presentation and open house as part of the planning for the re-design of Highway 61 as it travels through Grand Marais. WTIP volunteer Joe Detrick spoke
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
The West End resorts are all reporting that the fall color season was gangbusters this year. This makes the annual tourism slow-down of late October and November a welcome respite before the bus
The DNR's "Minnesota Conservation Volunteer" will celebrate 75 years of publication in 2015. Kathleen Weflen has been the magazine's editor for 25 of those years.
The bonding package for Superior National Golf Course is complete. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Garry Gamble about an amicable solution.
Danielle and Nevaeh report the latest School News.
What makes the Gunflint Trail special, and how should it be preserved and maintained? WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson spoke with Nancy Seaton of the Gunflint Trail Scenic Byway Committee on
Walking With Our Sisters is a traveling, commemorative art installation
created to honor the missing and murdered indigenous women of Canada
Joyce and Peter Fergus-Moore will be guest lecturers at Cook County Higher Education with ‘On the Ground in Palestine: An Eyewitness Account of Life Under Occupation.’ The
WTIP North Shore Community Radio broadcast a special Minnesota House District 3A candidate forum on Tuesday afternoon, October 21st and the program was scheduled for re-broadcast Thursday evening, Oct
A new study to appear in an upcoming edition of the Journal of Consumer Research finds that uncertainty can be rewarding...specifically, that people put more effort into winning an uncertain reward. The lead author of the study, Dr. Ayelet Fishbach of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, joined Ann Possis recently to explain.
Dr. Carol Johnston is a professor of ecology at South Dakota State University who just received a National Science Foundation grant to compile her years of research on how beavers have affected the ecosystem at Voyageurs National Park. She talked with Dave TerSteeg Oct. 17 about how and why beavers dramatically alter the places they live.
Awareness is one of the first steps in addressing the problem of human trafficking.