Lake and Cook counties Soil and Water districts have, for several months, been in the process of completing a 10-year plan to protect, improve and conserve the water resources in the Lake Superior bas
Abigail, Ella, and Alex share the latest School News.
Curling, though generally only in the public eye during the Winter Olympics, is a long standing seasonal pastime in Cook County.
Jim Hurst is a master of bluegrass guitar, and an experienced instructor and session musician as well. He was in town for the 26th annual Bluegrass Masters Weekend at Lutsen Resort, put on by the North Shore Music Association. Jim stopped by The Roadhouse to chat about his music and career, and play a few tunes. You can learn more about Jim and his music here.
Felicia Schneiderhan is an award-winning author who lives in Duluth. Dave read her memoir, "Newlyweds Afloat: Married Bliss and Mechanical Breakdowns Onboard a Trawler," and had to talk with her. She was in Grand Marais recently to teach a workshop as part of the One Community, One Book event, and stopped by The Roadhouse. You can learn more about Felicia and her writing here.
Between leftover Halloween candy and the upcoming holidays, it's easy to add extra pounds this time of year. Dick spoke with Taylor Newhouse, a registered dietitian at Texas A&M School of Public Health, about what you can do to make your metabolism more efficient.
Nice weather will continue through the week, although it will be a little cooler, mid-week on. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Carol Christenson.
The Cook County Vikings volleyball team is returning to the state tournament. The Vikings claimed the 7A tournament championship with a victory over Deer River on Saturday, Nov. 5.
Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. PolyMet seeks permits. Grouse are up. Nature Conservancy buys Steger woods.
The seasons are changing, slowly -- and they are getting warmer. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about fall to winter.
Kalina, Sophia and Arlo report the latest School News.
Two women from California recently visited the Gunflint Trail hoping to learn more about a relative of theirs who once lived on the Ontario shores of Gunflint Lake.