ISD166 is looking for new school board members, there’s a plan to expand the Industrial Arts program and some new teachers have been added.
The Banadad Trail Association is undertaking a fundraising campaign to construct a new section of the trail and enlarge the parking on the trail’s west end. The project will reconstruct th
Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a new feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show this summer!
Art Fenstad is a descendant of a North Shore fishing family. A lot has changed since Art's ancestors immigrated here in the late 1800s.
We all know what success is, but how do you define failure? If you miss reaching a goal – does that mean you failed?
This segment of WTIP's ongoing series "Anishinaabe Way: Lives, Words, and Stories of Ojibwe People" features Milt Powell of the Saganaga Lake Powell family.
WTIP independent producer Staci Drouillard sat down with Milt and his wife Alice last fall. He shares stories about growing up on Saganaga Lake and about his "Grandmother," a great Aunt who lived with his family when he was a young child. Milt will celebrate his 80th birthday this coming September.
Sarah Weeks, former Cook County resident, on winning the women's Ultimate (frisbee) 2012 world championship-
Sarah Weeks, former Cook County resident, is part of the U.S. women's team that won the World Flying Disc Federation 2012 world championship in Japan. She spoke with Ann Possis July 20 about the games, the unique self-refereed nature of Ultimate, and about the special ethic behind the game.
Buck chatted July 20 with Norman Taple, president of Katzman Monument Co., which offers traditional monuments as well as high-tech interactive memorials in their 'virtual storefront' online. They're bringing the memorial business into the Internet age.
There are several northland orchids in Cook County. Jay Andersen of WTIP North Shore Community Radio spoke to local naturalist Chel Anderson about two orchids to watch for.
If the proposed Voter ID amendment passes this November, what's the future for mail-in balloting?
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.
The smoke people were smelling Saturday morning is from fires in Lake County, Manitoba and Ontario.
Recently, there's been a lot of talk about how our generation is different than the ones before it.
News from the Minnesota DNR last week included the revelation that some deer hunters will be able to use bait while they are hunting in November. Wolf bait, that is.