Cook County YMCA celebrates First Birthday and the new year

The Cook County YMCA is celebrating one year of service to the community and looking forward to a great new year.  WTIP volunteer Yvon


Wildersmith on the Gunflint: January 2

Happy New Year everyone! We at Wildersmith hope your holiday season has been peaceful and rewarding.     


A new, high speed gondola is just one of the many good things coming to the West End in 2015

West End News: January 1

The popular shuttle bus is up and running between all the major resort destinations in the West End.  While the service is geared toward visitors, locals can take advantage of it too.


Billy Magee with Ernest Oberholtzer

History Speaks: Ernest Oberholtzer - Advocate for the Quetico-Superior

Ernest Oberholtzer was a quiet man who lived most of his life on an island in Rainy Lake.


Dedric Clark (middle right) and the Social Animals

Dedric Clark and the Social Animals - Full Live Set on Sidetracks

Dedric Clark and the Social Animals are a band originally from the Duluth area, now based in Portland, OR.


Heidi Doo-Kirk

Last County Board meeting of the year

It was the last county board meeting of the year.


Winter Sports Resource & Information Guide

Looking to get out and enjoy some Winter activities?

'Colors of Winter' art class offered at Grand Marais Art Colony: January 26-30

‘The Colors of Winter’ is an art class being offered at the Grand Marais Art Colony in late January.


New books, workshops and more offered at Grand Marais Public Library

There are workshops being offered and new books to read at the Grand Marais Public Library during the month of January.


Primary Care

Bead artist Jo Wood featured on Artist Open House

Artist Open House is a place where creative people talk about their work in their own words. Not just what they do, but why and what inspires them to continue.


Book and film group will explore South African topics

We’re in the midst of winter and there’s an opportunity to read books and watch movies from a much warmer climate and culture. WTIP volunteer Yvonne Mills spoke with Mary Ellen A


Naturalist Training at Sugarloaf Cove begins in February

Sugarloaf Cove Nature Center is offering naturalist training, along with the opportunity to meet other North Shore enthusiasts while learning about the wildlife and ecology of our area.


More cold, less snow in the forecast

Lots of cold weather and not much snow will be the continuing pattern for the next week. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson.


Marl Lake

Three Poems on Winter, the Importance of Pets, and a Mother's Death

Hear about the importance of poetry in our lives, in addition to three original poems by Dr.


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