Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. A new twist in the oil pipeline story. Moose on the minds of two commissioners.
With the berry and tourist seasons in full swing, there have been a number of encounters with bears and people recently along the North Shore and throughout the area.
After more rain Thursday afternoon, the front comes through bringing with it some pretty nice summer weather, dry and warm. Perfect for a big Picnic.
Two Cook County Commissioners are drafting a resolution to not support placing moose on the federal Endangered Species List.
It’s ‘radio on a stick’! For the second year in a row, WTIP North Shore Community Radio will broadcast live from the Minnesota State Fair, Wednesday, August 31, from 8 a.m.
The annual Grand Marais Fisherman’s Picnic is one of the oldest festivals in Minnesota, and includes a loon-calling contest. WTIP’s Martha Marnocha and Sherrie Lindskog visite
Starting this fall, hunters can no longer bring whole deer carcasses into Minnesota from anywhere in North America.
Local entrepreneur, cinematographer and technical engineer Patrick Knight continues to build his new company, Good Measure Media.
Nice summer weather ahead for Fisherman’s Picnic – but keep your umbrella handy on Thursday. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Stewart.
Dave Frederickson, the Commissioner of the Minnesota Department Agriculture, visited the Wolf Ridge Organic Farm near Finland, Minnesota on Wednesday, July 27.