Grand Marais campground

City Park Board works on improvements timeline

Members of the Grand Marais Park Board met this week to begin strategic planning for 2010. The planning process will look at several capital improvements as well as funding strategies.


Beached Ice, Grand Portage Bay by Travis Novitsky

Points North: Is a Road-Killed Skunk a Sign of Spring?

I shoulda’ known better. In the time it took me to clear a couple of inches of fresh snow from the doorstep, the yellow Lab went AWOL. Tracks told the story.


Chippewa on the dock at Grand Marais Harbor

Walking the Old Road: Balancing Two Worlds

The Ojibwe people living in the Grand Marais area practiced a unique balance of cultures, that of mainstream society and traditional Ojibwe society.


Tracks in snow by Stephan Hoglund

West End News March 4

The considered opinion of the folks who play in the snow is that this season has been as close to perfect as any season could be.


February sunset over shore ice - Grand Portage by Travis Novitsky

Travis Novitsky contributes to WTIP's online gallery

Travis Novitsky is a life-long resident of the north shore of Lake Superior.  He was born in Grand Marais and resides in Grand Portage, where he has lived his entire life.  He is an enrolled


Travis Novitsky

Travis Novitsky

Travis Novitsky is a life-long resident of the north shore of Lake Superior.  He was born in Grand Marais and resides in Grand Portage, where he has lived his entire life.  He is an enrolled


Lodging tax revenues start to climb back

Lodging tax revenues start to climb back

Lodging tax revenues for the month of January have increased over December 2009 numbers for all reporting tourism associations.


Snow sculpture at Winter Tracks

Wildersmith March 3

Month three has “March” ed right in!!


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Broadband application passed over

Cook County’s first round fiber optic stimulus grant application has not been selected for funding. The Broadband Initiative group received notice about a week ago.


Grand Marais Harbor 1/02/2010

In late winter the land warms, but the big lake ices up

Why does the North Shore seem warmer this winter? Temperatures in February were some of the highest in the state. If that’s the case, why is there so much ice out on Lake Superior?


Ada Igoe

Of Woods and Words

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Ada Igoe is proud to be homegrown on homegrown radio. Her radio career at WTIP began at an early age.

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