Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories it's been following this week.
There’s a new art exhibit opening at the Johnson Heritage Post starting on April 1. It’s called “Seasonal Voices.” Peggy Thompson is one of the artists with work on exhibit.
Have you ever wondered what animals are visiting your yard or property? Unbeknownst to many, there are a variety of creatures that visit and even live on your property that you may never see.
Eighth District U.S. Congressman Chip Cravaack announced that his newest constituent services office in Duluth will officially open Monday, April 4. A grand opening ceremony with Rep.
Grand Marais Mayor Larry Carlson stopped into Thursday's AM Community Calendar.
Lodging tax revenues for February were up from the same month last year county-wide according to the latest report from the Cook County Auditor-Treasurer’s office.
Generally, the healthiest Minnesota counties are in the southern part of the state and the least healthy are primarily in the north. In fact Lake County is listed as one of the least healthy.
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,
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.
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