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Katrina Axtell and Julian Hernandez

Axtell makes their American Radio debut on the Scenic Route

Katrina Axtell and Julian Hernandex are Axtell - a guitar and ukelele duo from Buenos Aires, Argentina.


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Alumni football game in Grand Marais a first of its kind

On Saturday night, July 2, there will be an alumni football game played in Grand Marais. WTIP's Joe Friedrichs spoke with one of the game’s organizers about the event. 
 


LSProject: Why do we love Lake Superior?

Lake Superior is a big part of the landscape in northeastern Minnesota…and it has special meaning for most visitors and residents.


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North Shore hostel navigates plumbing issue, business soaring

The owners of the Hungry Hippie Hostel, which is located eight miles from Grand Marais, continue to make progress with a state inspection of their plumbing.


A Year in the Wilderness: June 27 - Snipe Lake side trips

Cook County adventurers Dave and Amy Freeman are spending a year in the wilderness. On a regular basis they’ll be sharing some of their experiences traveling the BWCAW.


Congressman Rick Nolan shares his ideas with local residents and officials. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

Panel and congressman talk moose, housing, tourism in Cook County

On Tuesday, June 28, Congressman Rick Nolan visited the North House Folk School for a roundtable discussion with local officials and members of the community.


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Rep. Rick Nolan discusses tourism, steel and gun control

In town for a tourism roundtable, Congressman Rick Nolan also discusses China steel dumping and gun control issues in this interview with "Daybreak" host Jay Andersen.


Rich Mattson & the Northstars

Rich Mattson & the Northstars bring cosmic folk to Studio A

Rich Mattson and the Northstars stopped by The Roadhouse to talk and share their unique brand of original music. In studio were Rich, Germaine Gemberling, Kyle Westrick, and Curtis Mattson, and hosts Dave TerSteeg & Berta Bauer. You can learn more about Rich's music and his recording studios, Sparta Sound, here


The Temperance River is among the most beautiful and dangerous rivers in Minnesota

LSProject: North Shore rivers a blend of power, beauty and danger

With the arrival of summer, the many rivers and creeks along the North Shore are likely to receive an increase in human activity along their banks and in their waters.


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Expert grilling tips as summer season begins

Summer is now in full swing...and with it, the Grill Us Hotline. LongHorn Steakhouse's grill masters will be available by phone Sunday, July 3, to answer your questions about all things grilling. Dave chatted with one of those experts, Sara Plank, about preferred cooking methods, how to test steak doneness, grilling veggies, and lots more. If you need the hotline on the 3rd, the number is 1 855 544 7455.


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New foods for Minnesota State Fair this summer....SPAM sushi, anyone?

Dennis Larson is the lucky guy who chooses new foods each year for the MN State Fair. He chatted with Berta Bauer recently about what he looks for and what's new for this summer. This year's fair is Aug. 25 to Sept. 6; you can see the complete new foods list and lots more here.


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Cooler summer weather forecast

Nice summer weather continues, though cooler and no more severe events in the forecast. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Kevin Huyck.


Anishinaabe Way: The Inherent Right of Sovereignty

Sovereignty is a living, breathing thing for tribal nations. In this six-part series, sovereignty as an inherent right is examined through the words and experiences of Anishinaabe people.

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Young women paddling to Hudson Bay update their progress

This is an update on the Journey 4 Renewal trip, which features four young women paddling from Seagull Lake at the end of the Gunflint Trail to Hudson Bay this summer.


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WTIP Weekend News Roundup for June 25

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Severe weather claims the life of a camper. The Twin Metals lease issues continues.


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