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Camping in the woods

BWCAW permits required starting Sunday

Beginning May 1, fee permits are required to enter the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.


A drug enforcement dog similar to the one used at ISD166

Random drug search comes up empty at ISD166

Thursday morning, two law enforcement officers accompanied by Kaiser the drug sniffing dog, searched portions of Cook County Schools buildings and parking lot.


Community meeting

Community Center public meetings are scheduled

The Cook County Community Center Steering Committee has scheduled two public meetings in May for input and feedback on the project. The first meeting is Tuesday, May 10 at 7 p.m.


Mayor Larry Carlson

Mayor reviews latest city council actions

Grand Marais Mayor Larry Carlson goes over items on and off the latest city council agenda with WTIP’s Jay Andersen.


Turn in unused prescription drugs

Taking someone else's drugs can be bad for your health

On Saturday Cook County residents can participate in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Dr. Sandy Stover says it’s a good idea to get rid of drugs you don’t use.


A BWCAW portage

USFS wants public input on controlling invasive plants in BWCAW

Superior National Forest managers are seeking public input regarding a proposed pest management approach to reduce the introduction and spread of non-native invasive plants, or NNIP, in the Boundary W


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NWS meteorologist says more snow before spring

Winter won’t go away. It’s expected back today and tomorrow.


Sheriff Mark Falk

Drug take-back day is Saturday

This Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.


Cook County lake

Grand Marais area fisheries announces survey work

Fisheries staff from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Grand Marais area office will conduct surveys and assessments on several area lakes and streams during the next few months.


Grass fire

Wildfire threat persists, Cook County restrictions set for Sunday

It may be cold and damp across much of Minnesota, but authorities are warning that wildfires are still a danger.