Duluth News Tribune Outdoors Editor Sam Cook is a longtime favorite Roadhouse guest and friend of Buck's. He called in for Buck's last show, and they reminisced, told great stories, and managed to cover some outdoors topics, too. You can read Sam's work at www.duluthnewstribune.com.
Get a new perspective of the Kadunce River in this WTIP Community Producers feature. We’ll hear from Karen, Nick and Kent as they search for river bugs.
Students are returning for another school year and many will be getting there on foot or bike.
If you have a family cabin or cottage, you might want to consider planning for the future of that property. WTIP volunteer LeAnn Zunker spoke with Ruthanne Hedstrom Vos of Mathison Law Office on
Nice fall weather continues into the week, with the first rain possible mid-week. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Carol Christenson.
Dr Ron Seigel, a Harvard professor, claims that avoidance is the number one cause of human suffering.
Chapter 24: The Funeral
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Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Near record non-raptor bird count at Hawk Ridge. Legal action taken against government over pipeline.
With this week’s Radio Waves commentary, I begin year 14 of scribing the Gunflint scoop. It hardly seems possible I have been doing this since 2002.
A jig and minnow is turning walleyes during the evening hours in 6 feet at Two Island Lake, East Twin Lake, and Crescent Lake.
As Don Ness prepares to exit his position as Mayor of Duluth for a more private life, he's out promoting a clever and candid memoir.
The Cook County Historical Society’s 91st Annual Meeting and Dinner is scheduled for the end of September, in addition to other fall activities. WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson talked with
There will be a Fall Sports Kick-Off Tailgate Party sponsored by the Cook County Booster Club on Friday, September 11, from 5 to 6:30 pm at the high school football field in Grand Marais.