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The state of Minnesota is moving toward what’s being called a “redesign” in government.
Cook County Commissioners are not going forward with revisions to the septic system ordinance until they know where the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency stands.
Minnesota’s U.S. Senator Al Franken recently returned from Afghanistan and shares his experience with WTIP in an interview with Jay Andersen on DayBreak. Sen.
Song birds are out foraging for fallen tree seeds dotting the snow. But not all critters benefit from the thaw.
Former Cook County Sheriff John Lyght passed away on Friday, Jan. 15 at Cook County North Shore Hospital in Grand Marais. He was 82.
The U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday refused to order immediate closure of shipping locks near Chicago to prevent Asian carp from infesting the Great Lakes.
The city of Grand Marais got some good news recently.
The landscape of healthcare has certainly changed in the last ten years. Across the country, people and businesses have sustained dramatic increases in costs.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Law Enforcement, is investigating 16 incidents of wolves being killed illegally in November and December in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota.