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Programming Schedule for Sunday, March 3

6 AM – “Celtic Connections” – Host Bryan Kelso Crow brings you great music from European nations with a Celtic past.

Man listening to radio, depression era. Bronze

Weekend News Roundup for March 2

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week. Food shelf use is up in the region. Early primaries are possible under a proposed law.

Storms Clouds and Smoke over Devil Track Lake yesterday by Don Davison

Dealing with Difficult Times - March 2, 2013

When we are living through difficult times, how do we find self-compassion?

Robotics Club mentor TIm Johnson (right), works with freshman Jana Sanders and sophomore David Hansen

Youth Radio Project interviews CCHS Robotics Team on upcoming competition

The members of the Cook County High School Robotics Team, Jana Sanders and Nate Carlson, joined us in the studio again this week to talk about their progress on their robot so far and the upcoming com

Tune in for the Youth PM Show Thursdays at 5 p.m.

Youth Show February 28

This week on the show, we bring you a new edition of Cook County Middle School News (this one's a fun one!).

Hotel door

Lodging tax revenues for January up over 2012

Lodging tax revenues for the first month of 2013 were up compared to January of last year county-wide.

Sen. Charles "Chuck" Wiger

State Sen. Chuck Wiger reflects on the recent gun violence in his district

Sen. Chuck Wiger represents District 43 in the Minnesota Legislature. His district includes Maplewood, North St. Paul and Oakdale.

Students discussing progress with Isle Royale Park Rangers

Youth Radio Project interviews Michigan high school students on Isle Royale robotics project

Students at the Dollar Bay High School in Dollar Bay, Michigan were recently honored by the National Park Service for work they are doing with aquatic robotics to combat invasive species on Isle Royal

Girls Hockey (Bill Brine/Flickr)

Youth Radio Project interviews Silver Bay Area Girls Hockey

The Silver Bay Area Girls Hockey Team just wrapped up a very successful season.

"...sunshine glistening off mounds of snow piled here and there in kaleidoscope sparkles..." (realityfanclub/Flickr)

Wildersmith March 1

The upper Trail is “marching” into month three as February bids adieu in lamb-like character.

"Canadians are crossing the border in droves to enjoy outdoor activities..." (Chad Fennell/Flickr)

Points North: Roles Reversed - Canadians Head to Minnesota for Outdoor Fun

Working a booth or exhibit at a sport show is not everyone's cup of tea. Days are long as you talk to folks in an endless parade of passersby, promoting the product or organization you represent.

Ice fishing spring bobber

Local fish report for Friday, March 1

According to fishing expert John Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, there shouldn’t be any reason to not go fishing this week.

Ellis "Bud" Tormondsen - photo by Terry Backlund.

West End News: November 28

I am always sad when I hear that we’ve lost another member of “the greatest generation.”  Last week, World War II Marine Corps veteran Bud Tormondsen passed away.

Rita Plourde

Sequestration effects would be felt over time at clinic

The effects of sequestration won’t be felt here immediately, but over time that’s a different matter.

Heidi Doo-Kirk

Commissioners clocked a long meeting this week

The cook County Commissioners had a long and productive meeting Tuesday.

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