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Detour begins Nov. 28 on Highway 1 south of Ely

DULUTH, Minn. — Motorists will encounter a detour on Highway 1 south of Ely beginning Monday, Nov. 28. The detour will be in place until the week of Dec. 19.


Keith Secola on WTIP

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Youth Radio Project Information Event

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WTIP ~ 1712 West Highway 61
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Sat, 12/03/2011 - 6:00pm

WTIP has some great opportunities for area students to get involved and gain experience in a variety of areas, including media, technology, music, and more.

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Autumn willows -- keeping their winter pom-poms

The woods and wetlands are full of willow species. One of them keeps its catkins well into winter – and that’s a good way to identify them.


Cook County Empty Bowls 2011

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Commissioner Johnson discusses Superior National and lost homestead credit

The Cook County board held a couple of meetings this week.


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Don't panic...Butterball Turkey Talk-Line experts are standing by

Caitlin O'Rourke, Butterball Turkey Talk-Line expert, joined Bob and Buck by phone Nov. 18 to talk all things turkey as Thanksgiving  approaches. You can reach the turkey experts at 1-800-288-8372 or www.butterball.com Hint: Do not attempt to thaw your turkey by swaddling it in an electric blanket.


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Explorer Lonnie Dupre plans second attempt to summit Denali in January

Buck chatted with Lonnie Dupre Nov. 18 about his upcoming attempt to summit Denali and about his soon-to-be-published memoir, "Life on Ice."


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Weekend News Roundup for Nov. 19

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


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Dave and Amy Freeman on WTIP’s Third Thursday

On Earth Day, April 22, 2010, two educator-adventurers from Cook County began an 11,000 mile expedition, traveling across North America by kayak, canoe, and dogsled.


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Good weather equals better deer hunting going into final weekend

Better weather conditions for hunting and a Friday holiday for some were the likely reasons deer registrations climbed to within 7 percent of the 2010 season-to-date level after the second weekend of


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