This week on the show, we bring you new editions of School News, a commentary by Sterling on Knowledge Bowl, a new poem by Czarina, a recap of the Night of the Notorious event with participants Cailan
The National Geographic society holds a national contest each year.
Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show!
Ever feel like your life is a nightmare that you can't wake up from? Youth producer and poet Czarina Crow does sometimes.
The first Knowledge Bowl competition of the season was on January 9th. Youth producer Sterling went along and produced this report.
Sisters Mildred Potter Thoreson and Honey Potter Eliasen grew up with their three other siblings Marge, Pat and Merle in the Hovland and the Pigeon River area. In this edition of Moments in Time
Gov. Mark Dayton with the support of Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association (MnUSA) has proclaimed Jan.
According to fishing expert John Muhich of Buck’s Hardware many fishermen are getting ready for the trout opener for outside the B.W.C.A. this week.
The first county board meeting of the new year means new appointments and assignments for the commissioners. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with new District Four Commissioner Heidi Doo-Kirk.
Lots of action at the Grand Marais Rec Park…especially with respect to the harbor. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with park manager Dave Tersteeg.
In the latest report from Alaska's Denali, Lonnie Dupre had a good 10 hours of sleep during his first night on the mountain, but had a difficult climb Wednesday..
Human sex trafficking is on the increase and is a multi-billion dollar industry. WTIP’s Roger Linehan spoke with Lucy Perpich of the Cook County Violence Prevention Center.
Guns in school, better mental health programs and reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Minnesota’s US Senator Al Franken.