News faces on the Sawtooth Mountain Clinic board and a new approach to the clinic’s Giving Tree. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Clinic CEO Rita Plourde
Great Expectations Charter School has renewed its association with it’s “authorizer” for another five year contract.
Joel Robertson and Abraham Westlund are St. Paul teenagers and longtime friends coming together to make music, playing guitar and cajon respectively.
If you’ve walked along the streets or sidewalks of Grand Marais recently, there’s a good chance you’ve seen or heard a Pokémon Go player.
Brief and to the point – nice summer weather with a little rain tossed in for good measure. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Carol Christenson.
The Gunflint Canoe Races took place on Wednesday, July 20. There were some familiar faces from around Cook County in attendance during this year’s event.
Longtime favorite Michael Monroe stopped by Studio A recently to chat about what he's up to lately, and play both original tunes and covers. You can learn more about Michael's music, schedule, and log cabin concerts here.
Restorative justice is an approach to repairing harm that considers all parties involved and focuses more on healing and rebuilding than it does on punishment. Kay Pranis, senior associate at the Center for Restorative Justice at Suffolk University in Boston, will give a talk about the process at Cook County Higher Education Thursday, July 28 at 7 p.m. She joined Dick to explain what restorative justice is and give a preview of her talk.
The adorable, popular six-stories-tall rubber duck is coming to Duluth for the Tall Ships festival, August 18 to 21. Dave chatted all things duck with her creator, Craig Samborski of Draw Events, which organizes the Tall Ships event and owns the World's Largest Rubber Duck.
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