‘Lighten Up: Eating Well on the Trail’ will be offered at North House Folk School on November 22 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Chloe and Kalina report the latest School News.
The Moving Matters team has been putting together public input on the redesign of Hwy 61. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Grand Marais City Administrator Mike Roth.
Sawtooth Mountain Clinic and Grand Portage Health Service launched a project last spring to look at how women on the North Shore are consuming fish.
Minnesota is creating a permanent thank you to military families with the construction of a ‘Minnesota Military Family Tr
Bob Carter, Dick Swanson & Ann Possis welcomed local bluesman Gordon Thorne for an hour of delightful music and chat during WTIP's "Many Thanks" membership drive. Learn about Gordon's Fingerstyle Guitar Masters weekend coming in April, and lots more.
Biidaash and Carissa report the latest School News.
The North Shore Commercial Fishing Museum is having its 5th annual Storytelling Dinner on November 21.
You can ‘Fill a Bowl and Fill a Need’ at the Empty Bowls annual fundraiser.
Shortly after 9 a.m. on Monday, Auditor-Treasurer Braidy Powers convened the Cook County Canvass Board to certify the November 4 election results.
Lee Radzak is historic site manager of Split Rock Lighthouse, a position he's held for over 30 years. He spoke with Dick recently about the lighthouse, his work, and the event Nov. 10 to commemorate the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald. You can learn more about the lighthouse here.
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories. Commissioner tie breaker scheduled for Monday. The FISH project needs more participants.
Do we live a divided life (a phrase coined by Parker Palmer)? Do I have the courage to show up and let myself be seen.
What do women encounter at work? The research shows most often women swim in different water than their male counterparts.