This is the week winter arrives, but probably not with a big blizzard, but more like rain and maybe a little snow.
The Department of Natural Resources is closing a 1970s-era fish hatchery because of failing infrastructure and excessive energy consumption.
Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. This was election week and it was also the first week of deer hunting.
There are a number of North Shore events on Friday, Nov. 11 to recognize Veterans Day. Also posted is a story by WTIP’s Rhonda Silence about Veterans Day 2016.
The weather continues to please fall lovers, and it’ll remain that way for a few more days, but it may turn colder in a week or so.
On Sept. 20, a judgement was ordered in the Cook County Courthouse that Arrowhead Pharmacy Services owed the Sawtooth Mountain Clinic in Grand Marais more than $429,000.
At approximately 5 pm this evening, search efforts for Michael Raymond Hickey, a missing 59-year-old Duluth man, concluded when a body was recovered in Pine Lake.
County Commissioner District 2 and 4: Incumbent Cook County District 2 Commissioner Garry Gamble was defeated in his bid for reelection last night by challenger Myron Bursheim, 307 votes to 227.
The peaceful little cemetery on the east side of Grand Marais, owned by St. John’s Catholic Church, is undergoing some clean-up and landscaping.