Grand Marais photographer Mark Tessier is the featured artist at Sivertson Gallery's Fireside Chats at 6 p.m. Saturday night.
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In the last decade, studies have revealed that endocrine disrupting chemicals, or EDC’s, are present in virtually every watershed in the United States. There is growing concern that eve
Each week the WTIP News Department provides a summary of the stories it has been following that week. Tune in to WTIP's North Shore Weekend Saturdays from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.
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Dave Steckelberg, above, has been participating in the GardenShare program for four seasons. He is pictured in the red cabbage patch in his garden. He was interviewed on the Northern Gardening show recently and talks about his experience with the GardenShare, a program of the Northwoods Food Project.
Can you help? Find out where folks have requested garden space.
A new report reveals how counties across America stack up when it comes to health. The news is not good for Cook County’s neighbor to the west.
Welcome back to Magnetic North. It’s the “tween” season, a funky time in the north country. A time to test one’s mettle.
Cook County Highway Engineer Sharon “Shae” Kosmalski has resigned her position effective no later than Sept. 30 of this year. The resignation became effective Feb.
Stephan Hoglund is a photographer and jewelry maker based in Grand Marais, MN. He submits photos to WTIP of the North Shore, its people, and happenings on a regular basis.
The upper Trail got a refresher snow on Valentine’s Day, and it couldn’t have come at a more romantic time. The north woods ambiance was at its best with both love in the air and
The West End community has lost another of our shining lights. Virginia Tofte died on Feb. 8, just two days short of her 93rd birthday.
Rep. David Dill, the District 6A DFLer who represents Cook County, among others, is getting ready for a kidney transplant.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty released plans Monday to close a $1.2 billion state budget deficit, relying on hoped-for federal funding and further cuts to healthcare and welfare programs.
WTIP has started sharing on-air content with the AMPERS network. Listen to WTIP’s Melanie Steele talk with Deb Benedict and Roger Linehan about this new collaboration.