The Joint Economic Development Authority has a new director in Mary Somnis and long-time EDA member and past president, Mark Sandbo has left the board.
This is the first in a five-part series that focuses on clean and sustainable water along Lake Superior’s North Shore.
Nicholas reports the latest School News.
Poet and performance artist, Moheb Soliman talks about “HOMES – A Great Lakes Vista” with WTIP volunteer Julie Carlson.
The Cook County Vikings baseball team is getting ready to start the season.
Best-selling author Elizabeth Marshall Thomas on her latest book, "Dreaming of Lions: My Life in the Wild Places"-
Elizabeth Marshall Thomas has spent a lifetime observing other creatures and other cultures, from the African savannah to her own backyard. You may recognize her as the author of the NYT best-seller, "The Hidden Life of Dogs." Now she has written a book about her own life--"Dreaming of Lions: My Life in the Wild Places." She joined Ann Possis recently on The Roadhouse.
Greg Nichols is part of the Sawtooth Mountain Maple Syrup Company in Lutsen--currently the largest sugarbush in Minnesota. He sat down with Dave Seaton recently to explain the intricacies of organic maple syrup production. You can see their Facebook page to learn more.
Local explorer Lonnie Dupre stopped by Studio A April 8 to chat with Dave about his next adventure--climbing Begguya, the steepest and most technical of the three great peaks in Denali National Park. He talked about his team, the challenges involved, and much more. You can follow his journey, which begins April 22, here.
A slow warm-up is in the forecast and the temperatures will start to feel more like spring. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Linda Engebretson.
Steve Pumper, who is a financial advisor to ISD 166 and vice president of PMA Financial Network based in Albertville, Minnesota, spoke with WTIP's Joe Friedrichs following a school board meeting T