Local business owner and Vietnam veteran Tom Rawitzer stopped in to Studio A Nov. 12 to talk with Bob Carter in observance of Veterans Day.
Last week a small crew—helped by a crane—hoisted solar panels onto the roof of a bathhouse in the Grand Marais Rec Park. Mark Morgan is installing the panels on the bathhouse roof.
In celebration of Thanksgiving, 3rd-graders at Sawtooth Mountain Elementary share thoughts about what they are thankful for.
WTIP is searching for community memories of Leng’s Fountain, an old fashioned soda fountain that served phosphates, coffee, and ice-cream in the heart of downtown Grand Marais. In its day, it was a cornerstone of the community—a place where locals, newcomers, and tourists connected. Call 387-3161 to share your memory of Leng’s with WTIP. Your story will be recorded on our comment line and will help us tell the story of Leng’s Fountain in WTIP’s upcoming production “History Speaks: Remembering Leng’s Fountain.” That’s 387-3161. We look forward to hearing from you!
Musicians Rich Mattson (Ol' Yeller) and Germaine Gemberling brought their guitars to Studio A Nov. 19 to chat and play a few tunes.
Jon Turk stopped in to Studio A Nov. 19 to talk with Buck about his recent book, "The Raven's Gift," his amazing personal journey with a shaman in the Siberian wilderness. He was in Grand Marais for the Winterer's Gathering at North House Folk School.