The College in the Schools Literature class is in the process of saving money for an upcoming trip to Minneapolis to see two professional theater productions at the Guthrie Theater.
According to fishing expert John Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, It’s trout time!
Math education is a special focus for Cook County Schools. In this edition of CCMS School News, middle school instructor Scott Steinbach explains how he makes math more fun.
Wetlands management plans stall at the Army Corps of Engineers level. Not everyone on the Irish Creek Road wants to pay for plowing. And out of county commissioner meetings.
An unconventional way to help school finances, math cooperation between school districts and a steady enrollment picture. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke Great Expectations administrator Peter James.
Abby Tofte is a new member of the Economic Development Authority’s board. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Abby about younger voices in local affairs.
Lutsen, MN – The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) provided updated data trends on sediment in the Poplar River to the Poplar River Management Board in February.
There are a variety of things happening this week in Sawtooth Elementary school news. In this edition, instructors Kerri Bilben and Mary MacDonald, plus the 4th grade eye-glasses comm
Bob & Buck welcomed local fav Bump Blomberg, on guitar, & Wisconsin musician Chris Silver, on mandolin and resonator, to the show Feb. 15 for great music. They were performing in several spots around the county for President's weekend.
Spoiler alert! Lake Superor State banished words are trending! Don't kick the can down the road...listen now.-
Lake Superior State University recently released their 38th annual Banished Words list. Buck chatted Feb. 15 with John Shibley of the university's PR department about what overused words are on this year's list. Spoiler alert! You can read the list here.
Bob spoke Feb. 15 with Dr. Gwen Westerman, co-author with Bruce White of "Mni Sota Makoce: The Land of the Dakota." The book, from the MN Historical Society Press, details the history of the Dakota people in their traditional homelands for hundreds of years prior to exile.