Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
“Prom always brings everyone out of their caves.” So says Sebastian Schnobrich, Youth Radio Project senior.
If you forgot the terrible-monster-of-a-disease Senioritus, the nearly fatal condition that rears its ugly head right before high school graduation, Cook County senior Daniel Lunde describes the suffe
To date or not to date – that is the question. For many students prom creates unbearable pressure.
The old Shore Theater building in downtown Grand Marais is being dismantled. Once a movie house, it closed sometime in the late sixties to early seventies and has been vacant for many years.
“What will you do after high school? How will you pay for college?
After 42 years in the ministry and 13 years leading First Congregational United Church of Christ in Grand Marais, Peter Monkres is retiring.
A big 18-wheeler full of food will be rolling into Grand Marais this Saturday, May 21, and hundreds of community members will be on hand to meet it.
According to our fishing expert John Muich of Buck’s Hardware, the fishing opener was slow and most people were fishing walleyes, shallow. Other anglers had better luck with Lake Trout.
Cook County Schools continues to look for ways to cut the budget but maintain good education for students in the face of declining enrollments. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this latest report.
Finally our North Shore weather appears to be feeling more and more like spring.
The Cook County Soil and Water Conservation District is once again looking for volunteers to monitor lakes around Cook County for the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency's Citizen Lakes Monitoring Prog