Sugarloaf Cove and their conservation partners received a large grant from the Outdoor Heritage Council.
On Tuesday, August 11th, April Knight walked into the Sawbill store. April had paddled away from the Sawbill Lake canoe landing on May 17th and made her way to York Factory
The On-Time Circus is a traveling puppet show that will be performing this Saturday in Grand Marais. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with puppet artist Margo McCreary on North Shore Mor
A unique collaborative water plan and invasive species action are a part of this week’s county board deliberations. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Garry Gamble
Progress is moving ahead at Superior National. Seeding begins and there’s action on a management agreement. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with EDA president Mark Sandbo.
Primary results set commissioner district matchups
Tuesday’s primary settled the races for county commissioner in the two contested districts.
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
Welcome back to Magnetic North where wildflower colors shift rapidly now from the predominant yellows and whites and oranges to the royal hues which announce the coming of.....are you ready for thi
The Gunflint Trail Historical Society is featuring a chamber music concert this Saturday.
They’re agile and fierce pursuit hunters. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about her close encounter with a sharp-shinned hawk.
Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategies or WRAPS is the local response to a pilot project to put together a comprehensive watershed plan for the north shore.
Ann Possis & Roger Linehan hosted The Sweet Papa Dave Band in studio Aug. 8 for high-energy, original music that will get you out of your chair. The band, David Hart on guitar, Keith Manske on bass, Randy Mickelberg on guitar, and John Tetrault on drums, was in town to play at Grand Portage Lodge & Casino the next evening.
Grammy Award-winning songwriter Jerry Vandiver stopped by The Roadhouse Aug. 8 with his guitar to chat and play a few tunes, including what he calls paddling music. His new CD, "Every Scratch Tells a Story," features one he wrote about our town, "In Grand Marais." He was in the area for his 20th straight annual Boundary Waters canoe trip. You can learn more about Jerry and his delightful music here.