Because State Highway 210 remains closed due to severe flood damage, The Minnesota DNR announced that Jay Cooke State Park in northeastern Minnesota also will remain closed indefinitely.
Johnny Smith is a west coast blues guitarist, songwriter and harmonica player. He’s in Tofte to perform during the Fourth of July festivities.
In 1985 Lloyd K. Johnson sold 178 acres of the land adjoining High and Middle Falls on the Pigeon River to the state and donated an additional 129 acres.
When their children turn 10 years old, Sue and Marc Lundeen see that they have a wilderness experience. This year it's young Nick's turn to paddle and fish with his dad for a couple days.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
Dr Brene Brown's work on shame and vulnerability helps us understand how universal shame is; we can be more resilient with shame. Vulnerability is
Lodging tax revenues for the fifth month of 2012 were down for the most part compared to May of last year county-wide.
Things are heating up in the Lake Superior basin. Temps are rising, ice cover is shrinking and life is changing. There are 60 days less ice now then 100 years ago on the big lake.
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.