Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
George Wilkes and Barb Lavigne, owners of the Angry Trout Café, will be making a presentation on “Sustainable Business Practices: An Effective Business Strategy for the North Shore Market
The telling of legends has long had an important role in Anishinaabe culture.
While many people participate in knitting as a hobby or pastime, most people do not think of it as a quirky and often bizarre subculture.
The latest move in the Legislature has Iron Range representatives hopping mad. They view cuts to the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board as a missile attack on property taxes.
The City of Silver Bay wants to forge new ground on the North Shore. They have an ambitious plan to transform the city’s existing business park from run-of-the-mill to state-of-the-art.
Many of Minnesota’s bridges are in need of repair. Those in Cook County are small and in pretty good shape. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this report.
Healthy wetlands are key to healthy ecosystems. There’s also growing awareness of the vital role wetlands play in addressing climate change and in mitigating extreme weather events such as