Buck chatted recently with Larry Groce, host and artistic director of the Mountain Stage Radio Show, which is carried on WTIP. Mountain Stage is coming to Grand Marais Sept. 15 & 16 to tape two shows during Unplugged X at North House Folk School.
Bob chatted Sept. 2 with Michael Perry, author, humorist and singer/songwriter, about his performances at the Big Top Chautauqua in Wisconsin.
Buck spoke Sept. 2 with Lissa Radke, U.S. Coordinator of the Lake Superior Binational Forum, which focuses on water quality and environmental health in the Lake Superior basin. They're holding a public meeting titled “Improving Water Quality and Sustainable Economies on the Minnesota North Shore ” in Grand Marais Friday, Sept. 9, from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the ACA.
The overnight cold snap appears to over for the time being and there will be nice sunny weather for Radio Waves Music Festival.
There are four school districts in the county and on Sept. 1 we talked with administrators about what’s new or the same at their schools. How are they similar or different from each other?
To use an intriguing metaphor – seasonal fruit as spaceship.
Isle Royale, off the North Shore of Lake Superior, was designated as a National Park in the early 1940's. At that time, there was a vibrant community of commercial fishing families on the is
The U.S.Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program is receiving a $400,000 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) grant. The money will
Ashland, Wisconsin --- Lake Superior offers many things to those who live by her shores and to visitors who travel from around the world to experience the magnificence of the largest freshwater lake o
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
According to our fishing expert, Jon Muich of Buck’s Hardware…walleyes continue to bite at various depths.
Minnesota’s stressed moose population could all but disappear within a decade, much faster than previously estimated, if the current rate of decline continues.