Helen Muth and Sally Berg of the Grand Marais Garden Club spoke with WTIP volunteer Barb Heideman about this Friday's annual flower show.
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell looks into what summer vacation is "really" about for teens living in Cook County.
This September, Maggie McMillan will be leaving the United States to volunteer in Tanzania. The Youth Radio Project spoke to Maggie about her upcoming trip.
It's the middle of July, and it's time for the Gunflint Trail Canoe Races! WTIP host Ann Possis spoke with Chris Steele on North Shore Morning about this annual event.
Colliding galaxies, choosing a telescope, Perseid meteor showers, & much more...from Bob King, Astrobob blogger-
One of our favorite Roadhouse guests, Bob King (aka Astrobob), joined Dick July 11 to catch up on what's new in the sky and how best to see it. You can find his blog (on the Duluth News Tribune website) here.
How do you feed a six-person crew on a three-year mission to Mars? Buck spoke July 11 with Dr. Grace Douglas, project scientist on Advanced Food Technology at NASA, about the challenges and considerations in creating and optimizing food for people working and living in extreme environments.
The Gordon family owns and operates Amicus Adventure Sailing out of Knife River.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
WTIP's Martha Marnocha spoke with Mike Mageau, the director of the University of Minnesota's Enviromental Studies Program.