Tim Young is an actor, videographer, internet creator -- but most of all a painter. WTIP’s Jay Andersen recently visited with Tim for another edition of Artist Open House.
In this extended edition of History Speaks, we take a closer look at the creation of Isle Royale National Park and its effect on the people and culture of the island.
A young woman was in the West End this week doing research on the history of Sawbill Lodge.
Art Fenstad is a descendent of one of Cook County’s early fishing families, but Art didn’t grow up fishing—at least not in the way his ancestors did.
Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a new feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show this summer!
The City of Grand Marais will be looking at large capital expenditures for infrastructure this summer and the swimming pool issue is close to being resolved.
The Grand Marais Arts Festival is July 14 and 15. WTIP’s Jay Andersen and Roger Linehan spoke with Kjersti Vick about some of the special activities.
Cedar Adams is a junior at Cook County High School and a resident of Hovland. Until this past winter, she was homeschooled her entire life.
The state is opting out of helping to support the county’s Veterans Service Officer position.
Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
State and federal officials have been in the Arrowhead to assess the recent flood damage. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Sen. Al Franken about his visit and what he’s seen.
Minnesota’s ruffed grouse spring drumming counts were lower than last year across most of the bird’s range, according to a survey conducted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
The recent flooding has a big ecological impact on our streams and lakes. Jay Andersen of WTIP North Shore Community Radio spoke to local naturalist Chel Anderson about sediments and nutrients.<
Local accordion player & singer Leah Thomas joined Buck and Bob at the Wooden Boat Show at North House Folk School June 22 for music, laughter, and yes, more than a few accordion jokes.