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Rep. David Dill

Rep. David Dill on wolves and mining

State Representative David Dill (DFL-Crane Lake) spoke to WTIP's Carah Thomas on Tuesday, January 31st, sharing his views on wolf management and precious metals mining.


Kevin Kling

Humorist Kevin Kling to perform Thursday at ACA

Playwright and storyteller Kevin Kling and the Chamber music group Zeitgeist bring "For The Birds: A Chamber Music Suite with Music, Poetry, Comedy, Tragedy, Artistry" to the Arrowhead Cente


Garden Bounty

Feeding the planet without ruining the environment: Can it be done?

Buck spoke Jan. 20 with Prof. Jonathan Foley of the Institute on the Environment at the U of MN, about an innovative four-point plan for increasing agricultural production while reducing environmental degradation.


Crescent Moon with Venus

Weekend Outdoors with Larry Weber - January 28th

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 News Roundup for Jan. 28

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


 

Best of Ourselves: Focus on the Light

January 28, 2012 - How do we keep our focus on that which we are trying to create?  Telling a story from her recent book, What Have I Mythed?, Marcia explores what it takes to keep our foc


 

Best of Ourselves: The Power of Positive Responses

January 21, 2012: Research shows that companies that flourish have a 2.9:1 positive comments to negative.  And research shows marriages that thrive have


 

Best of Ourselves: Well Being vs Happiness

January 14, 2012 - Is happiness all there is?  In his new book Flourish, Dr Seligman, broadens his definition of happiness to well-being.  A


 

Does Happiness Make A Difference? - January 7, 2012

Summarizing the January 2012 Harvard Business Review on happiness, this segment explores how our level of happiness impacts our work and creativity. 


Dessa and Chris Hoglund

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"Although it was not really bone chilling, like often has been recorded (40-50 below), serious ice-making cold set in this week"

Wildersmith January 27

With our northwoods January fading fast, the month got a little brittle last week. Typically, the third stanza of month one is the coldest of the season and it was no exception so far this year.


Lake trout

Local Fish Report for Jan. 27

According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, fishing is picking up.


Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell

House committee passes county attorney protections bill

A Minnesota state House committee has passed a bill that would let county attorneys carry guns on the job.


Botulism in the Lower Great Lakes

In recent years, Type E botulism has caused the deaths of thousands of birds around several areas of the lower Great Lakes.

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In recent years, Type E botulism has caused the deaths of thousands of birds around several areas of the lower Great Lakes. Check out A Perfect Storm of Circumstances, which looks at why these outbreaks have occurred and what it means for Lake Superior. Photo by George Desort.

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