Chapter 7: Madrid
(Photo courtesy of Loren Kerns on Flickr)
On this edition of the Youth Show we are talking about careers. Many of the Youth Producers interview prominent members of the community and the high school.
In this interview with WTIP's own Patrick Knight, Youth Producer Nina Woerheide asks what interests Patrick and what motivated him to pursue a career in media.
In this commentary, Youth Producer Lynden Blomberg expresses his concern over the conflicts in finding a job.
Youth Producer Lucy Callender has always considered having a job that involved English and language arts.
Youth Producer Doran Acero interviews Kris Hoffman, the counselor at Cook County Middle and High School.
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell speaks with Senator Al Franken about the responsibilities of a U.S. Senator and what one can do to become involved in politics.
Youth Producer Linnea Henrickson interviews some prominent members of the community to get their take on careers.
The Grand Marais Art Colony recently announced the Eric Thomas Emerging Artist Award.
Bob Carter & Buck welcomed Inuit throat singers Nina Segalowitz and Mrs. Partridge to the Roadhouse Mar. 20 for a wonderful demonstration of this ancient singing technique, as well as discussion of its history and purpose. Kate Vasyliw of Dorset Fine Arts and Jan Sivertson, owner of Sivertson Gallery, were also there. The 15th annual Inuit Premiere took place at the gallery March 20 & 21.
Last winter a federal judge ruled to return the wolf to the Endangered Species List.
Child protection is a community effort, and locally we have the support of Cook County Public Health and Human Services.
A finalized school calendar, industrial arts expansion news and the Knowledge Bowl Team advances to state. WTIP’s Jana Berka spoke with ISD166 Superintendent Beth Schwarz on Daybreak.
Since we last met over the WTIP waves, spring has backed off somewhat along the Gunflint.