Lake Superior Water Trail working to connect Ontario and United States

Ontario is currently in the process of developing a Lake Superior Water Trail to include the United States and Ontario shoreline in a collaborative effort. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning s


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Bee researcher documents native species

There are at least 35 species of native bees living in Cook County and most of them winter either under ground or in cavities. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with DNR bee researcher Crystal Boyd.


School News from Oshki Ogimaag School in Grand Portage: October 6

Jack and Raina report the latest School News.


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John Mark Nelson brings his talents to Grand Marais

Twin Cities singer-songwriter John Mark Nelson performed at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts on October 4th.


Art opening of Seven Grandfather Teachings at Grand Portage Community Center: October 10

 The Grand Portage Summer Youth Program is presenting an exhibition of paintings of The Seven Grandfather Teachings. These paintings will be featured at an art opening at the Grand Portage C


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Composer prepares to capture John Beargrease race in music

California composer Robin Eschner has been awarded a grant to compose a piece of music to accompany the 2016 John Beargrease Sled Dog Race along the North Shore.


Gus' Wild Side: A favorite uncle, pro wrestling and trout fishing

Gus remembers a favorite uncle who loved trout fishing and pro wrestling.


Scholastic Book Fair comes to Sawtooth Mountain Elementary on October 6-9

“Sir Readalot's Castle and The Kingdom of Books" is the theme of this year’s Scholastic Book Fair.


Night Sky

Astronomer Bob King talks meteors, the Orionids, photography, and more

One of our favorite regular guests, Bob King of the Duluth News Tribune, chatted with Dave TerSteeg Oct. 3 about meteors and much more. A lunar eclipse is coming early Wednesday morning, Oct. 8.  You can read Bob's Astrobob blog here


Lutsen Fall Bike Ride: October 11

Whether you are a beginning or elite bike rider, this Saturday’s Lutsen Fall Bike Ride has options for all skill levels.


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New study shows yoga & meditation may help train the brain

Dr. Bin He, a biomedical engineering professor at the U of MN, spoke with Dick Oct. 3 about his latest research showing that people who practice yoga and meditation long term can learn to control a computer with their minds faster and better than people with little or no yoga or meditation experience. This could have major implications for people who are paralyzed or mobility impaired. 


Kindness in Action

Kindness In Action - October 4, 2014

Kindness in action means we start with ourselves.  How can we be a bit less harsh and more kind to ourselves?  And what does kindness look like in action?


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Cultivating Kindness - September 27, 2014

Kindness has a huge positive impact on both ourselves and our communities.


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Abundance and Scarcity - Where Do You Put Your Focus? - September 20, 2014

How do we to move beyond a scarcity mentality to an abundance mentality?


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Cool weather continues as fall settles in

Fall is definitely in the air. Expect sun later in the week, but cool temps. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with NWS meteorologist Carol Christenson.


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