Every year students from Sawtooth Mountain Elementary head to Finland for an adventure at Wolf Ridge Environmental Center.
National Shakespeare Week is arriving to the North Shore this weekend. And WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs finds out more in this interview.
In this edition of Gus' Wild Side, we'll hear about Peach - a strong, but not-too-bright dog.
Venus drops out of the evening sky during March, and on the 31st a crescent moon can be seen near Taurus, the Bull.
Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days.
March seems to equate with madness, and although the Gunflint Trail is endowed in a semi-calm state most of the time, we residents are not excluded from at least some connection to the delirium.
Ryan Bottger, Bobby Deschampe, David Keller and Jim Vannet. All four are vying for the Commissioner District One seat vacated by the resignation of Frank Moe.
If you, like me, have been a little stymied by the strange midwinter thaw and are in need of some entertainment out in the community, might I recommend heading to Lutsen this weekend.
Juniper and Wyatt report the latest school news.
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Joe Zellner and Peggy Gabrielson have at least two goals for 2017: The first is to raise money for pediatric brain cancer research.
Committee action is humming at the Legislature. Also, the GOP health care impact on Minnesotans, funding cuts to the Great Lakes, copper mining and to take a pay increase or not.
The Grand Marais campus of Cook County Schools/ISD 166 was a busy place on Thursday, March 9.
It looks like snow mixed with rain on and off during the early weekend, but the temps will be warmer. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Stewart.