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Bull moose

Moose mortality messages are coming in

The first GPS messages from dead moose to Minnesota researchers are coming in.


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Inuit throat singers Lydia Etok & Nina Segalowitz perform on The Roadhouse

Cathy Quinn welcomed Inuit throat singers Nina Segalowitz & Lydia Etok to Studio A Mar. 15 for conversation, laughter, and demos of the traditional Inuit women's art of throat singing. Nina & Lydia were in Grand Marais for Sivertson Gallery's annual Inuit Premiere Weekend. Take a listen--you don't hear this amazing & unusual art form every day.


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Filmmaker Emily Haddad on her documentary about the first woman MN Supreme Court justice, "Girl from Birch Creek"

Filmmaker Emily Haddad joined Ann Possis recently to talk about her latest documentary, "Girl from Birch Creek," the inspiring story of Rosalie Wahl, the first woman to be appointed to the MN Supreme Court. Emily talks about why she came to filmmaking, how she chose to tell Rosalie's story, and why it's important.


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Mediterranean diet shown to be good for you...plus, it's delicious!

Ann Possis spoke Mar. 15 with Dr. Mark Pereira, professor of epidemiology & community health at the U of MN School of Public Health, about a study published recently in the New England Journal of Medicine showing that a Mediterranean-style diet is very beneficial to one's health. So beneficial, in fact, that the study was ended early because the control group not eating this way was missing out on its good effects. Learn what the foods are, what the research showed, and how you might make changes to your eating habits.


9-4-12 Storm

Taming Our Inner Critic - March 9, 2013

If we learn how to tune into our "inner terrorist, we can learn how to disarm it.


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Hospitality - March 16, 2013

Hospitality is an act of leadership and it can heal the world.


Family listening. Depression era.

Weekend News Roundup for March 16

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week. The senate acts on a wolf hunt moratorium, Rep.


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Courage In Our Day-to-Day - February 23, 2013

How do we find the courage in our daily lives to speak up or make a change? 


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Wildersmith March 15

After last weekend’s snow, it seems hard to believe the official calling of spring is only five days away.


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Points North: Should the Boundary Waters Be a Wolf Sanctuary?

Should Minnesota establish a wolf sanctuary, where hunting and trapping of the species is not allowed? Recently, the eminent wolf biologist Dr. L.


Cook County Middle School 7th Graders

School News from Cook County Middle School, March 15

Cook County Middle School 7th grade students recently enjoyed a visit to the local hospital lab. In this edition of School News, Jazzmin, Billy, and Joey tell us more about it.


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Local fish report for Friday, March 15

Lake trout continue to hit jigs and spoons tipped with chubs over 35 to 45 feet on Clearwater Lake, 25 to 30 feet at Duncan Lake, 18 to 25 feet at Kemo Lake, and over 25 to 45 feet at Greenwood Lake.<


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Clinic starts cervical cancer screening drive

Cervical cancer is the easiest cancer to prevent with regular screening and follow-up. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Dr.


Gray wolves

Senate panel passes wolf hunt moratorium 7-6

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Opponents of wolf hunting won a victory as a Minnesota Senate panel votes 7-6 for a five-year moratorium on future wolf seasons.


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West End News: March 14

I can’t believe it’s been 15 years since I did my happy dance upon hearing WTIP’s broadcast signal for the first time.  At that point, I was just glad to receive repeats of KUMD


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