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Weekend News Roundup for April 12

Each week the WTIP news team puts together a roundup of the week's news. No new Isle Royale wolves. Fond du Lac to spear walleyes in Cook County. Emergency deer feeding ends.


Gypsy Lumberjacks

Who: 
Gypsy Lumberjacks
When: 
Fri, 04/25/2014 - 8:30pm
Where: 
Gun Flint Tavern, Grand Marais

Gypsy Lumberjacks will perform on Friday, April 25 from 8:30 PM to 12 AM at Gun Flint Tavern in downtown Grand Marais.

Tim Scannell

Criminal case against Cook County Attorney can proceed to trial

The criminal case against Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell can proceed to trial, a judge ruled Friday.  According to the Duluth News Tribune, Sixth Judicial District Judge Shaun Floerke denied a


Total Lunar Eclipse (Mohammed Rahimi / Flikr)

Total Lunar Eclipse, Early Tuesday April 15

If you're up late working on your taxes, there's an oppotunity to view a total lunar eclipse.


Cook County Community Fund announces May 1 deadline for grant applications

Who: 
Cook County Community Fund
When: 
Thu, 05/01/2014 (All day)

The Cook County Community Fund, an affiliate fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation, is accepting grant applications through May 1.

Gus' Wild Side: Working in the Sugar Bush

Gus shares his experiences working in a local sugar bush, an annual spring ritual.


Photo by Dan Coulter via Flickr.

All About the Cook County Robotics Team

WTIP North Shore Community Radio volunteer Julie Carlson interviewed students from Cook County High School, about being on the robotics team.


Photo by Mark Hunter via Flickr.

The Youth Media Project

Members of WTIP's Youth Radio Project are now getting involved with the Youth Media Project, a brand new idea from Anna Brown and Patrick Knight.


Photo by Thomas Favre-Bulle

YRP Interviews Anna Sandstrom, the new CCHS Student Success Coordinator

Producers from the Youth Radio Project interviewed Anna Sandstrom about her job as Cook County High School's Student Success Coordinator.


Photo by Brenderous via Flickr.

Joke to Memory, Relieved as Legacy

Czarina Crow is a high school student at CCHS and a gifted poet.


Photo by Bahman Farzad via Flickr.

Members of the Youth Radio Project interview the particpants of "Theater Sports"

Members of the Youth Radio Project sat down with two participants of Cook County High School's "Theater Sports"- and improvisation show put on by the


Mayor Larry Carlson

City has employee contract

The District Heating Project is on indefinite hold and the city has a contract with its employees. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Grand Marais Mayor Larry Carlson.


Rena Rogers

County IS director talks about tower strobes

The county will be installing new daytime strobe units on the new radio/phone tower. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with county Information Systems and Communications Director, Rena Rogers.


West End News: April 10

It’s not too early to mark your calendar for the “Gala for the Grove.”  The Gala is a gourmet dinner, live auction and dance, and is the largest annual fundraiser for the remark


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