In this edition of WTIP's ongoing historical series, Moments in Time, Ted Young recalls Walter Bunn, an enigmatic Gunflint Trail neighbor on Hungry Jack Lake.
As the full moon of February lit up our lives through this first week, Old Man Winter took a half-hearted swipe at our territory.
Special education, sick leave and an American Indian educator/author at school. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with ISD166 Superintendent Beth Schwarz.
National Forest Update February 5th, 2015
The mental illness revolving door is a state-wide concern and the emergency room isn’t a good place for people in mental health crises – now, there is a new, much needed alternative.
Will and Doran report the latest School News.
WTIP invites community members to participate in a new project designed to bring a wider range of voices to the air.
It was great to hear a recording of my dad, Frank Hansen, on the radio again during the Beargrease sled dog race a couple of weeks ago. Frank authored the West End News for many years, first in
You can make your own personalized Valentine, attend a fiber retreat, or plan for July's Grand Marais Art Festival.
Lonnie Dupre summitted Denali a few weeks ago after three previous attempts, becoming the first person to ever accomplish this solo in January. He stopped in to Studio A Jan. 30 for a long chat with Buck about what it was like and how he feels about finally making it. You can learn more about Lonnie and his projects here.
In 2010, Natalie Warren & Ann Raiho were the first two women to paddle 2,000 miles from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay, recreating Eric Sevareid's route in "Canoeing with the Cree." Since then, Natalie has been involved in a number of efforts to inspire people, especially youth, to learn about and from their local rivers, and to protect them. She stopped by Studio A Jan. 30 to chat all about it with Buck. You can learn more about her efforts at wildriveracademy.com and www.hudsonbaybound.com.
Last week, Cook County School students enjoyed a visit by former Denver Broncos Steve Fitzhugh.
The Cook County board is being asked to add two ARMER towers for better emergency coverage. The county ordinance calls for towers no higher than 199 feet.
Kalina reports the latest School News.