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Deer In Winter by Scott Herrly

"Deerland," a thoughtful exploration of white-tailed deer and their impact on our world

Did you know there are 30 million deer in America today, 100 times more than a century ago? On the eve of deer opener, Buck talked with Al Cambronne, author of "Deerland," about the significant impact the deer has had on our environment, the huge hunting industry, and much more. 


Willard Nelson and WTIP's Carah Thomas at Hillhaven senior housing in Grand Marais, MN.

Moments in Time: Willard Nelson of Lutsen

In this edition of Moments in Time, we visit with Willard Nelson, grandson of the founders of Lutsen Resort, Swedish immigrants C.A.A.


Science Workshops

Calling Science Educators -- Real Stories in Research: The Lake Superior Edition

Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center near Finland is hosting two workshop for educators on Friday, November 15.  The workshops are part the Science Institute for Educators’ se


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Lessons in Being Present - November 9, 2013

Blending the teachings of Roxanne Howe Murphy (author of Deep Living) and Wendy Palmer (author of Leadership Embodiment), we can be more present by paying more attention to our bodies.


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Weekend News Roundup for November 9

Each week the WTIP news staff puts together a roundup of the news over the past five days.


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Weekend Outdoors with Larry Weber: November 9th

Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.


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DNR seeks comments on area lake and stream management plans

Citizens interested in learning about or commenting on Minnesota Department of Natural Resources strategies for managing Grand Marais area lakes and streams have until Jan.


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Fiddle player & songwriter Jim VanCleve visits The Roadhouse

Buck and Dick welcomed acclaimed bluegrass musician Jim VanCleve to Studio A Nov. 1 for great conversation and a few tunes. Jim and his band were in town for the Bluegrass Masters Weekend at Lutsen Resort. Incredible fiddle music!


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LSProject: Adapting, A Year Later

A year ago on the Lake Superior Project, we spoke with several people around the lake—environmental advocates, policy makers, residents, and others—about climate change.


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Sawtooth Mountain Elementary School News: November 6

Peter and Ethan share the latest School News.


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One percent tax revenues on the increase

Collection of one percent tax revenues is up as the economy slowly recovers.  WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this report with Auditor-Treasurer Braidy Powers.


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District 3 legislators on WTIP’s November First Thursday

On September 22nd Minnesota 3rd District Senator Tom Bakk and 3A Representative David Dill were in Cook County for a number of events, including a business luncheon on the Higher Education campus.


Sawtooth Mountain Clinic

West End News: November 7

The Schroeder Historical Society is holding its annual Holiday Bazaar Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.


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New study launched on youth football and concussion

Football and concussions have been in the news more and more lately. Dr. Andrew Peterson of the U of Iowa Sports Medicine department joined Buck recently to talk about a new study they're undertaking on youth football and concussion. Find out about what a concussion is, why it's dangerous, and what the study is attempting to learn.


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