Hi. This is Myra Theimer, silviculturalist, with this week’s National Forest Update - information on conditions affecting travel and recreation on the east end of the Forest.
In preparation for the November 8 General Election, WTIP’s Jay Andersen has been interviewing local candidates about the challenges and opportunities of holding public office.
Sophia, Kalina, Tori and Arlo report the latest School News.
Congratulations to Dave and Amy Freeman for completing their “Year in the Wilderness” project this week.
Bears are busy foraging the forests at this time of year getting ready for winter.
Looks like a dry weekend ahead with temps in the 60’s and not much wind, so the color will stay on the trees. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Ke
The County Commissioners are locked in the hard work of budgeting.
There’s a changing of the guard at the county’s Emergency Management director’s office.
Flu Shot season is here. Sawtooth Mountain Clinic CEO Rita Plourde and outreach nurse Theresa Borak talk about influenza and the flu clinics with WTIP’s Jay Andersen.
The boating season is winding down and we made it through the summer with no new aquatic invasive species showing up in our lakes.
Charlotte Durie is an English artist living in Wales who has been coming to the North Shore since she was a child in the 1970s.
Prof. John Green is a retired geology professor from UMD whose specialty is the geology of the Arrowhead region. He was in town to give a presentation at Chik-Wauk Nature Center and Museum, and was good enough to stop by and chat with Dave about all things North Shore rocks. He has written one of the definitive guides to rocks in our area, "Geology on Display: Geology and scenery of Minnesota's North Shore state parks."
Folk/roots/blues powerhouse Chastity Brown stopped by The Roadhouse recently with her guitarist, Robert Mulrennan, to play and discuss her work. You can learn about her upcoming album, touring schedule, and more, here.