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Grand Portage Royalty's Tiny Tot Princess Naveah lent encouragement as the flags were raised.

Community events honor our veterans

Community veterans were honored in a number of ways last week -- at a “Tribute to the Armed Forces” concert at School District 166, at special luncheons and at several ceremonies.


Schroeder woman seriously injured in Beaver Bay crash

A Schroeder woman was seriously injured when a semi crossed the centerline and hit her vehicle Thursday night.    


Listening to the radio

Weekend News Roundup for November 11

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days.


Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux

City moving ahead with stormwater management planning

The Grand Marais City Council met this week and after that meeting, WTIP’s Rhonda Silence checked in with Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux on plowing, stormwater management plans and more. 


WTIP Music Director Will Moore making waffles Friday morning during our "Join Together" membership drive

Show your support for WTIP during our "Join Together" membership drive, Nov. 9-13

Our "Join Together" membership drive is in full swing and continues through noon on Monday, November 13. It's our last membership drive of the year, and our goal is $25,


Zoar Lutheran Church in Tofte

Increased security at Tofte church following threats

The Zoar Lutheran Church in Tofte, has received several threatening letters. The Cook County Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating due to the nature of the threats.


Grand Marais Liquor Store wine display

Grand Marais Liquor Store top in the state for sales

The Grand Marais Municipal Liquor Store always seems to be busy. A recent report from Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto bears that out.


Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

Save the Boundary Waters Campaign regroups with new approach

By some accounts, October was a challenging month for the Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters.


Hedstrom Lumber Company

Howard Hedstrom on timber tariff changes

The U.S. Department of Commerce has said it has concluded that imports of Canadian softwood lumber are being unfairly subsidized. In a statement released Nov.