Cook County Community Education and the YMCA have joined together to hire a full-time Youth Director.
Dan Quick & Leslie Quick Pedersen remember their father, artist & Grand Marais Art Colony founder Birney Quick-
Leslie Quick Pedersen & Dan Quick stopped by The Roadhouse July 18 to talk with Buck about their dad, Birney Quick, an artist and instructor who founded the Grand Marais Art Colony, Minnesota's longest-lived art colony. They share delightful stories about the early days of the art colony, their dad's special way with people and, of course, the famous fish fries. An exhibit of Birney Quick's work, some of which has not been seen by the public before, opens with a reception Friday, July 25 at 5 p.m. at the Johnson Heritage Post Gallery in Grand Marais.
The Grand Marais Public Library recently became a subscriber to Minnesota Grantmakers Online, a program that gives library patrons access to inform
Unseasonably hot with a potential for thunderstorms and high winds along the shore. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Geoff Grochocinski.
Tennis anyone? Lee Bergstrom, president of the Cook County Tennis Association, invites everyone to join in this year's tournament.
This week on Youth Show, the theme is "home." What does home mean to you? How does it feel to leave college? Can a person have two homes?
Last week, during our North Shore Experience Membership Drive, Youth Producer Audrey Summers asked the folks that stopped by, what the word “home” meant to them.
Last weekend, Youth Producer Sean MacDonell traveled to his hometown of St. Paul. In this commentary, he describes his feelings upon returning to his old neighborhood.
Sophie Honeder, a foreign exchange student from Austria, spent this past year living in Grand Marais. She recently returned to Austria, but before she left, she spoke to us about her new home.
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.
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories. Closing the Duluth postal processing site may be under reconsideration.
It turns out the stress is not so bad for you as long as you dont think it is bad for you. New research on stress shakes up our old ideas that stress is always bad.
What does it take to change? A few stories of hope.
Edgar Schein is an acclaimed writer and MIT professor. His most recent book is entitled Humble Inquiry. How do we move from telling to asking questions - a key skill in fast moving times.
Youth Producer Sterling Anderson just finished his first year of college at the Univeristy of Minnesota Duluth, and returned to his hometown for the summer.