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Gunflint Trail with moose

Lima Green Project public input open house is April 1

The Gunflint Ranger District is developing a proposal for vegetation management activities for the Lima Green Project.  The project proposes to enhance moose habitat, restore red and white pine,


Sheriff Mark Falk

Two drug initiatives take shape in county

Two drug programs are taking place in Cook County. A prescription drug initiative begins in April and the county is cooperating with the Border Patrol to help curb local illegal drug sale and use.


Superior National Golf Course

Fenwick to manage Superior National Golf Course

At a special meeting of the Cook County/Grand Marais Joint Economic Development Authority on Friday, March 25, the EDA accepted the recommendation of its golf course committee and voted to offer forme


Swing Dancing

Salsa, swing, polka and more: Ann and Wayne Russ share 15 years of teaching dance in Cook County

Whether it’s polka, salsa, or swing, Ann and Wayne Russ can dance—and teach—it all.


Voyageur National Park scene

Environmental Assessment “scoping” for Great Lakes announced

The National Park Service is planning to prepare an Environmental Assessment (EA) for a Great Lakes Invasive Plant Management Plan for ten parks located in the Great Lakes region.


Brea Boomer

Brea Boomer makes coaches' All-State

Congratulations are in order for Cook County Vikings basketball senior Brea Boomer.


Vintage table radio

Weekend News Roundup for March 26

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.


Sustainability

Sustainability in business discussed on AM Community Calendar

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


January Sunset, Grand Portage Bay by Travis Novitsky

Ojibwe elder shares the meaning of legends

The telling of legends has long had an important role in Anishinaabe culture.


Film maker Jenni Nelson

"Tightly Knit" director Jenni Nelson talks about her film on the other side of knitting

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.