On February 3rd, WTIP’s First Thursday Community Conversation will deal with bullying.
The Grand Portage National Monument is in the process of constructing housing for its seasonal employees and they’re going for green in a big way.
Cook County Vikings Girl’s Basketball wiz Ashley Deschampe recently made her 1,000th basket. It happened against the Ely Timberwolves, Jan. 22.
The Cook County Board of Commissioners met Tuesday to select an architect for the new community center project.
There was some disappointing news for Tofte Township this month and as a result, plans to build a senior assisted living facility there have been put on hold.
PolyMet Mining Corp. has encountered another stumbling block in its controversial bid to develop what would be Minnesota’s first large scale copper-nickel sulfide mine.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
Grand Marais arctic explorer Lonnie Dupre is poised to take the summit of Mt. McKinley, also known as Denali. His support manager is Hovland resident Tom Surprenant.
The ISD166 school board looked at ways to improve vocational programs at Cook County Schools. The Great Expectations board grappled with the good problem of class enrollment waiting lists.