The Cook County Auditor’s Office is joining forces with Zoar Lutheran Church to host a benefit for a coworker, Angie Cook of Schroeder, who is battling cancer for a second time.
Month two of 2017 along the Gunflint is winding down meek as a “vernal lamb.
A Grand Marais man struck two pedestrians while pulling out of the Super America gas station in Grand Marais just after 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 18.
The youth Nordic Nature Group made a climate change presentation to the Grand Marais City Council.
A state budget projection is due the end of the month and the deadline for introducing bills is March 10. WTIP’s Jay Andersen checked in with District 3A Rep.
The big storm heading through Minnesota is a hard one to track, but the National Weather Service is pretty sure the North Shore will not see much of it.
As is often stated, the West End communities are like a big family.
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Cook County Girl Scouts have invited community members to a Father Daughter Dance on Tuesday, February 28 from 6:30 - 8:30 at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts.
The county has a new management agreement with the YMCA, which simplifies building maintenance. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with county board chair, Jan Sivertson.
The county has completed a compensation/classification study revisiting pay and job equity. Over all, the results are good news.
A new greenhouse near Finland will allow local residents to grow organic produce year round. WTIP's Joe Friedrichs finds out more in this feature.
Local musicians Gordon Thorne (guitar) and Chris Gillis (keyboard) stopped by Studio A recently for fun chat and great tunes... old and quirky blues numbers as well as originals.
The major topic at the last Grand Marais City Council meeting, February 8, was the increased cost of its proposed public works facility.