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Native American activist Sharon Day on the importance of fresh water

Bob spoke March 2 with Sharon Day, an enrolled member of the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa, in Minnesota in the Marten Clan, who holds a 2nd degree designation as a M’dewiwin water keeper for her tribe. She discussed the role of women in protecting the precious resource of fresh water, and her role last year in the Mother Earth Water Walk.


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What's it like to be in the U.S. illegally? New book shares stories of real people behind the issue

Bob spoke March 2 with Dr. Marie Friedmann Marquardt, author of "Living 'Illegal': The Human Face of Unauthorized Immigration," a new look at the real people behind this complex issue.


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Sled Dogs to St. Paul arrive in Duluth

Yesterday, Frank Moe and his team of sled dogs arrived in Duluth's Lester Park, marking the fourth day in their journey from Grand Marais to St. Paul in protest of sulfide mining in Minnesota.


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Freezing drizzle, warming trend are in the forecast

There are some changes coming in the weather.


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Weekend Outdoors with Larry Weber - March 3rd

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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Weekend Outdoors with Larry Weber - February 25th

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.


Rep. Kurt Zellers (second from left) with (left to right) Majority Leader Matt Dean, Gov. Mark Dayton & Rep. Joe Hoppe

Points North: Outdoor Banquet Serves Political Indigestion

The old saw “never turn down a free lunch” is good advice, even if it takes some effort to reach the table. Recently, I took an afternoon off and drove to St. Paul for a free dinner.


"Down a few hundred more from the '10-'11 count, the spiraling downward decline of moose is cause for considerable... concern"

Wildersmith March 2

Finally, a little bit more winter along the Gunflint byway! February ended and March came in on somewhat lion-like terms.


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Weekend News Roundup for March 3

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.


 

Positive Relationships - March 3, 2012

Relationships are critical to our well being and health. Yet, they are so easily damaged.  Cultivating positive relationships is not a technique, it is a way of living.


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“Intimate Abuse” is topic for March First Thursday program

According to a new national survey by the Centers for Disease Control, nearly half of Minnesota women experience some kind of sexual abuse.


Grand Portage Tribal Council Vice-Chairman John Morrin speaks at the Grand Marais rally / photo Stephan Hoglund

People rally against sulfide mining in Grand Marais

On Thursday about 100 people gathered in Grand Marais Harbor Park.


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Ashley Deschampe in final eight competitors for national three-point shootout

Cook County Viking Ashley Deschampe is looking for votes in her bid to make a trip to New Orleans for the National High School Three-Point Championship in late March.


Sled Dogs to St. Paul Rally with Stonebridge Singers Drum from Grand Portage

Minnesota musher Frank Moe departs Grand Marais on a 300 mile sled dog trip to State Capitol to protest sulfide mining.  The Stonebridge Singers Drum of Grand Portage send him off with a Travelin

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Stonebridge Singers Drum from Grand Portage - photo by Stephan Hoglund

Stonebridge Singers Drum from Grand Portage at Sled Dogs to St. Paul Rally

The Stone Bridge Singers Drum is a group made up of 11 young men from Grand Portage. They kicked off Thursday’s “Sled Dogs To St.


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