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Antique cash register

County sees first 1% sales tax figures

County Auditor-Treasurer Braidy Powers has received the first figures from the Department of Revenue for collection of the 1% local option sales tax.

Wm Kelly High School, Silver Bay

Lake Superior School District denied shift to 4-day week

The Minnesota Department of Education has rejected Lake Superior School District's application, to go to a four-day school week this fall.

Ditch repair work at Cedar Grove Business Park June 10, 2010

EDA close to settling Cedar Grove disputes - CORRECTION

In the WTIP News story: EDA CLOSE TO SETTLING CEDAR GROVE DISPUTES, the information supplied to WTIP by the EDA director regarding the total amount of legal costs incurred with Swanson L

Blue bead lily

Summer plants are blooming

Summer plants are blooming and fruiting. Ferns are worth watching, June berries, moose maple and lots of flowers are ahead of schedule.

Cook County Schools campus

ISD166 board to take 4-day vote, adopt fees

The ISD166 school board will first discuss adopting a 4-day school week at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon, then act on the issue at their regular board meeting later that evening.

Ditch repair work at Cedar Grove Business Park - June 10, 2010

EDA close to settling Cedar Grove disputes

Cedar Grove Business Park has had a troubled history, but the public agency that developed the park, the Cook County/Grand Marais Joint Economic Development Authority, or EDA, could soon be seein


National Flag Week

It’s National Flag Week, and Monday, June 14th, is Flag Day. Americans are urged to fly the flag this week to commem

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Weekend Wrap

Each week the WTIP News Department provides a summary of the stories it has been following that week. Tune in to WTIP's North Shore Weekend Saturdays from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.

Superior National view

City Council discusses Superior National’s future

Superior National Golf Course is not competitive with other links in the region and we need to support it financially. That, according to city council member Jan Sivertson.