Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show!
This week on the Youth Show, we bring you more This I Believe essays, an interview with Cook County dancers about their upcoming spring recital, new editions of School News, great music and much more!
The county board held two meetings this week. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Bruce Martinson about hiring a county administrator, the first quarter budget and courthouse security.
Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
The U.S. Forest Service today has named Kathleen Atkinson as the Eastern Region’s new regional forester.
The non-profit American Rivers organization today called upon President Obama, Congress and Gov. Dayton to block a proposed copper nickel mine near the South Kawishiwi River by Ely.
Buck chatted Apr. 5 with Linden Wolbert, who quit her full-time job a few years back to be a professional mermaid. With skills in free diving, SCUBA, and snorkeling, plus videography, it's been the perfect choice. She does everything from underwater modeling to pool parties to teaching children about ocean conservation. Check out her website here.
Buck chatted Apr. 2 with Kevin Smith, director of communications & broadcasting for the Twins, about the previous day's home opener (at 34 degrees...), the team's chances this year, and much more.
Cathy Quinn spoke recently with Peter Smerud, executive director of Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center, about the peregrine falcon. Nearly wiped out by DDT by the 1960s, there are now at least 21 nesting pairs along the North Shore. Peter shares stories about falcons, including his experiences rock-climbing to reach their nests.
Changes are being made in testing for the General Education Development degree.
Commissioner Sue Hakes brings us up to date on measures to strengthen courthouse security. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with her on “Daybreak.”
Lutsen residents Dave and Amy Freeman have completed their epic trip around the continent that they call the North American Odyssey. Starting in Seattle three years
If you think the snow is over, think again. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Steve Gohde about more snow on the way.