The Cook County Board of Commissioners voted to approve an Alternative Work Site (AWS) plan for Public Health and Human Services Director Sue Futterer on Tuesday, Feb. 9.
Navigational locks and gates in Chicago-area waterways crucial for commercial shipping may be opened less frequently than usual in a stepped-up campaign to prevent Asian carp from overrunning the G
The blasé approach of Old Man Winter continues at this end of the Trail. Although seasonally cold, the other character of the season remains abysmal.
Once again we have a dramatic example of the many micro-climates in Cook County and specifically the West End.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says new data shows the moose population in the northeastern part of the state continues to decline.
Mushers and dog teams will be cloaked in pink on the Gunflint Trail next month in a race to raise money for cancer.
Bob spoke with Si Kahn Feb. 5 about his new book, "Creative Community Organizing," and his 50+ year career in community organizing, civil rights, and music. Listen to the interview.
Sawtooth Mountain Clinic is participating in HIE-Bridge, a new Health Information Exchange project that uses a secure web-based service to allow health care providers to locate patients’ medi
The Roadhouse crew chatted Feb. 5 with Chef Jenny Breen of Good Life Catering in Minneapolis, about her upcoming Aphrodisiac Foods class, Feb. 15 at Papa Charlie's.
The Roadhouse's Bob Carter chatted recently with singer/songwriter Peter Ostroushko, who appeared In Grand Marais Jan. 30. Listen to the interview.
The winners of the 12th annual PBS-8 High School Essay Contest have been announced and Cook County High School Junior Will Brandenburg took first place.
Efforts to prevent Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes continue, despite the U.S.