Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
Choosing a topic for the College in the Schools Writing Course can prove to be a rather difficult task.
The dilemma of how to best evaluate teachers has been in the news a lot recently. Should we evaluate instructors based on test results? Classroom performance? Something else?
This week on the Youth Show, we bring you a special pre-recorded show, complete with two great interviews as part of our "Night of the Notorious" Interview Series.
In the world of television hunting shows, the hero always gets his deer. Most often we see footage of the mighty stag prancing around near the hunter’s stand like a cow in a pasture.
According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, there’s still angling action out there.
The Cook County Vikings head into the football and volleyball playoffs starting on Tuesday, October 23.
This week the county board voted not to support the Voter ID amendment. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Jim Johnson who made the motion at Tuesday’s meeting.
Buck and Bob welcomed Minneapolis singer/songwriter Neal Swanger, along with bass player Dan Olmschenk, Oct. 12, for some great music in Studio A. They were in the county to play a wedding the next day. Neal's new album is called "Broken Ground." He and Dan also play with the band Folk 'n' Thieves.
Local school administrators attend Dept of Education “alternative approaches to education” seminar.
The Cook County Board of Commissioners Tuesday went on record opposing the proposed Voter ID amendment to the state constitution.
Before Dave Seaton went into the canoe outfitting business he built guitars.
Rick Anderson owns Sweetgrass Cove Guesthouse & Bodywork Studio in Grand Portage, and is a member of the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. In this edition of Anishinaabe Way, Rick shares a poem about Lake Superior.