The Cook County Historical Society houses collections from Cook County’s past, along with exhibits reflecting that history.
Dick Swanson & Bob Carter welcomed all six members of the Black River Revue, a Duluth/Superior-based band, into Studio A Dec. 5. It was a crowded fun time featuring high-energy music mixing bluegrass instrumentation and their own unique sound. You can learn more about Black River Revue and their performance schedule here.
Ever wonder about how food trends get started? Bob Carter chatted Dec. 5 with Kelly Hensel, senior digital editor at the Institute of Food Technologists, about what goes into predicting food trends, and what flavors are 'hot' for 2015. You can learn more about their work here.
A MNsure enrollment deadline is fast approaching for those who want their coverage to begin the first of the year. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with MNsure’s media coordinator in St. Paul.
Angel and Jack report the latest School News.
Local high school student, Carrie Palmer, will be giving a presentation on her recent Arctic canoe trip.
Peter Johnson is the new Industrial Technologies instructor at Cook County School. He shares information on new course offerings and exciting changes occurring within his department.
The snow will stop and the temps will dip for about a day and then the rest of the week will warm up – maybe too much for some people’s taste.
Newly elected county commissioners are attending a meeting of the Association of Minnesota Counties. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with commissioner-elect Frank Moe in St. Cloud.
Francis Drouillard is a Grand Portage tribal member and a life-long hunter and fisherman. He is also my dad. I rode the back roads with him in his truck this fall, during the 2014 deer season.