Sol and Noah report the latest news from Great Expectations Charter School in Grand Marais.
They’re the first flowers of spring getting as much sun as they can before the leaf cover takes over. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about spring ephemerals.
Warm and dry conditions to start the month of May have officials from a variety of government agencies, in addition to outdoor enthusiasts, on high alert with regard to fire danger in northeastern Min
A new record shop has opened in downtown Grand Marais. WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs spoke with the owner of the Vinyl Nook.
Finally rain, and more on the way for the opening fishing weekend, and with it a little wind, a little snow is possible.
A recent and ongoing investigative series from American Public Media into the Mesabi Academy, which is a juvenile corrections facility on the Iron Range, has brought a string of reaction and emotion t
Over the last few days, there have been at least two intrusions in northern Minnesota involving the invasion of restricted airspace from people attempting to get near wildfires – one was a priva
Spring in northeast Minnesota often starts out with dirty snow and cool temperatures. But the season can also be full of color and the promise of summer.
Jonathan Thunder is a painter and digital media artist who was born on the Red Lake Reservation, raised in the Twin Cities, and currently resides in Duluth.
HPV is an extremely common virus, it can cause cervical cancer, but a simple vaccination is much more than an ounce of prevention. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Dr.
Tucker, Gus and Sophia report the latest School News.
The Plucked Up String Band (Bill Hansen, dobro; Amanda Hand, guitar & vocals; Matt Nesheim, banjo & vocals; Elliot Noyce, mandolin & vocals; Kieran Scannell, drums; and Will Moore, upright bass & vocals) stopped by Studio A shortly after their big tour. Listen for great original music and fun stories about being on the road.
The public is invited to attend a presentation on Wednesday, May 11 at the Grand Marais Public Library by Frank Koehn, a spokesman for a federally funded project to investigate barrels containing haza