Yesterday, Frank Moe and his team of sled dogs arrived in Duluth's Lester Park, marking the fourth day in their journey from Grand Marais to St. Paul in protest of sulfide mining in Minnesota.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
On Thursday about 100 people gathered in Grand Marais Harbor Park.
Cook County Viking Ashley Deschampe is looking for votes in her bid to make a trip to New Orleans for the National High School Three-Point Championship in late March.
The Stone Bridge Singers Drum is a group made up of 11 young men from Grand Portage. They kicked off Thursday’s “Sled Dogs To St.
Lodging tax revenues for the first month of 2012 were down from January of last year county-wide.
The City of Grand Marais is moving ahead with litigation regarding the swimming pool and Burbach Aquatics. WTIP's Jay Andersen spoke with Mayor Larry Carlson.
The Great Expectations School board met to look ahead to the 2012-13 year, discuss budgets and expanding enrollment. Wtip's Jay Andersen spoke with GES administrator Peter James.
Lakeshore septic compliance and a possible partnership for the new community center were topics at the recent county board meeting. WTIP's Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Bruce Martinson.