Friends explore stone building, likely oldest surviving commercial structure in St. Paul

Tom Schroeder and John Yust, two friends from St. Paul, are exploring and renovating a stone building in St. Paul's Uppertown. It's likely the oldest surviving commercial structure in the city.

Meals on Wheels client Doris Kreitlow, 91.

Meals on Wheels helps seniors stay healthy and independent

Nutrition is important for good health, but it takes work to eat a balanced diet.  For many senior citizens, that can be a real challenge.  But there's help available.  In this story, W

Cook County's Most Wanted a.k.a Rod N Real

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Pete Kavanaugh and Eric Meyers live on The Roadhouse

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The Gooneybirds live on The Roadhouse

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Pincushion Warblers live on WTIP

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Sphinx Moth

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Storm waves rock the Grand Marais Harbor

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ISD 166 board meets in long work session

On Dec. 10 the ISD166 school board met in a four-hour work session to discuss a number of items in preparation for the new year. The budget was one of the chief topics on the agenda.

Cotton Tail Winter

Weekend Outdoors with Larry Weber December 11th

 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. Tune in to North Shore Weekend from 7-10 Saturday mornings on WTIP to listen to Larry live, download and listen at your convenience, or subscribe to a podcast.

Click here to see Larry's Flying Squirrels

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Cottontail Rabbit Tail in Snow courtesy of Nicole  

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Weekend News Roundup for Dec. 11

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.


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