We wilderness folk are bidding November farewell, following the annual day of American bounty stuffing. Hope your Thanksgiving was a comforting time!
This week, the venerable 60 Minutes television news program ran a piece about the atrocious condition of America’s transportation infrastructure. They laid out a grim story of crumbling hi
The second open enrollment period for MNsure is up and running. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with the patient support and enrollment specialist Rachelle Christianson.
Community members have the opportunity to celebrate the life of a loved one during the holiday season.
Dave TerSteeg and Dick Swanson welcomed Eau Claire-based group the EverGreen Grass Band to Studio A Nov. 21 for fast bluegrass picking and great harmonies. They were in town to play at the Gun Flint Tavern. You can learn more about the band's music and schedule here.
A roundup of law enforcement activities this month includes fewer calls to the Cook County Sheriff’s department than at the height of summer. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke Sheriff Leif Lunde..
A long overdue adjustment has been made in the U.S. House affecting members of the Grand Portage Band. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with 8th District Rep. Rick Nolan.
All are invited to a Community Thanksgiving Dinner at the First Congregational Church in Grand Marais. WTIP host Jana Berka spoke with Mary Igoe about this annual event on North Shore Morning .
Jered and Angel report the latest School News.
The Last Chance Gallery is having their 9th Annual Holiday Market, Friday and Saturday, November 28 and 29.
Cook County Schools has several new teachers on staff this year.
"Project: Ice" views the Great Lakes through the prism of ice, at the crossroads of history, science and climate change. The film's director and executive producer, Bill Kleinert, was in town for the film's Minnesota debut at North House's Arctic Film Festival. He joined Dave TerSteeg Nov. 21 to talk about why he made the film and why Great Lakes ice is so important. You can learn more about the film here.
Dick talked Nov. 21 with Dr. Richard Deyo about the industry that has sprung up around back pain, and why more invasive intervention might not be effective. They discussed exercise, human touch therapies, and much more. His new book is titled "Watch Your Back! How the Back Pain Industry is Costing Us More and Giving Us Less."