Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
Ann Possis & Buck Benson welcomed local musician Eric Frost, with friends Bill Hansen and Barbara Jean Johnson, to The Roadhouse Sept. 30.
Buck spoke Sept. 30 with Dr. Gerald Niemi of the Natural Resources Research Institute in Duluth about what happens to birds and animals during and after a large fire like the Pagami Creek fire.
Canine contributer Nosey Rosey lives with the Seaton Family at Hungry Jack Outfitters on the Gunflint Trail. She adds her canine perspective whenever Wildersmith on the Gunflint, from regular co
The moose population in Northeastern Minnesota is in trouble. Researchers are not sure why.
Fire danger across Minnesota currently ranges from high to extreme. This means that wildfires can easily start and spread quickly.
Recently, Minnesota Outdoor News columnist Ron Schara wrote that when it comes to understanding the cause of northeastern Minnesota’s mysterious moose decline, wolves may be the elephant in the
Inland lake fishing has slowed down and everyone’s out grouse hunting – but there’s always Lake Superior.
Minnesota officials Wednesday unexpectedly postponed prospecting for copper and other minerals on private lands near Ely, giving cabin owners and local residents six months to try to change state law
Private property owners from the Ely area will make a final appeal today to the state's top leaders to stop exploration for copper on their land, which lies in a part of the state cherished for its cl