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Bike Rodeo is Thursday, May 12

Thursday is the day for the Bike Rodeo in Grand Marais. It’s a time when kids get their wheels checked, helmets fitted and pick up tips on safe riding.


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Cemetery cell tower controversy heats up

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Phil Heywood's fabulous fingerstyle guitar on The Roadhouse

Buck Benson and Dave Seaton hosted award-winning fingerstyle guitarist Phil Heywood in Studio A April 15 for gorgeous music and great chat.


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Young women seek to be first to re-create 'Canoeing with the Cree' adventure

Ann Raiho and Natalie Warren, St. Olaf seniors and Camp Menogyn alums, stopped by The Roadhouse April 1 to talk about their upcoming adventure, Hudson Bay Bound. They hope to become the first women to paddle the 2,250 miles from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay, re-creating Eric Sevareid's journey and, along the way, raising money for YMCA Camp Menogyn.


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Weekend News Roundup for May 7

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


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Weekend Outdoors with Larry Weber May 7th

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.


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Commissioner talks about community center meetings

On Tuesday and Wednesday, May 10 and 11,  public meetings will be held in Grand Marais and Tofte on the proposed new community center.


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Points North: A Minnesota Mountain-Climbing Adventure

The other night, I decided to climb a mountain.  Out for a walk with the dog, I drove inland from Lake Superior with no plan other than a whim to go a-wandering in the woods.  However, while


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Passport and birth certificate services now separated

Counties throughout the country are facing new regulations that are forcing them to rethink how and whether to issue passports. Cook County is no exception.


Ice on Sawbill Lake is still 15 inces thick!

West End News May 5

The winter of 2010/2011 has been one to remember. It started early, stayed true to itself for many months, and now is having trouble finding the exit.


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