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Scat-sniffing dogs help researchers study & protect wildlife

Buck chatted Sept. 28 with Dr. Sam Wasser, director of the Center for Conservation Biology at the U of Washington, about an amazing group of dogs that assist in wildlife research by sniffing out scat for study.


Meteorologist Mike Stewart

Weather: warm, cold, warm as we move deeper into fall

Weather looks good to mid-week, then it’ll cool off before we warm up again. Winter’s not here yet. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Mike Syewart.


Sen. Tom Bakk

Sen. Bakk concerned about Voter ID

State Senator Tom Bakk is the Senate Minority Leader and as such, is concerned about the effect and implementation of the Voter ID amendment if is passes.


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Youth Show September 27

This week on The Youth Show, we had special guests Lucy Perpich and Jade Woltmann in studio to talk about a new girls group that will be offered to students in 6th through 8th grade at Cook County Mid


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Mystery Noise: September 27

Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show this summer!


CCHS College Composition students have a lot of research ahead of them (Michael Perez/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project launches "Night of the Notorious" Interview Series

It's three weeks into the new school year, and the College in the Schools English Composition class is busy picking their topics for this year's Night of the Notorious event in December.


Lucy Perpich & Jade Woltmann talk about a new girls group at CCMS (Harry Phillips/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project interviews Jade Woltmann & Lucy Perpich on new girls group

Jade Woltmann, new family and student specialist at Cook County Schools, and Lucy Perpich, program coordinator at the Violence Prevention Center, join the Youth Radio Project in studio to talk about a


Fall Colors on the North Shore (Paul Weimer/Flickr)

Wildersmith September 28

With activity slowing toward more quiet times along the Trail, it’s hard to believe that the month of our full “wild rice” moon has slipped so rapidly toward the western horizon.


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School News from Cook County Middle School, September 28

Exploration outside the classroom is an integral part of the Cook County Middle School curriculum.


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Points North: Looking for Ducks and Finding Wolves

While thousands of Minnesota duck hunters sat in swamps last weekend, I went walking in the woods. Sitting in a blind beside a stool of decoys goes against my restless nature.


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USFS allows campfires in BWCAW; reopens area near Knife Lake to public use

Due to cooling temperatures and shorter days, the US Forest Service lifted restrictions on Thursday, September 27 , that previously limited the hours for campfires in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wi


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Local fish report for Friday, September 28

According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, there’s renewed walleye and rainbow action.


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Hospital begins long look and renovation and expansion

Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center administrator Kimber Wraalstad spoke with WTIP's Jay Andersen on "Daybreak" about long range plans for expansion.


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