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Rita Plourde

FISH Project wraps up with public events

A new video has been produced on the early days of Sawtooth Mountain Clinic, and the FISH project is wrapping up.


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Lake Superior herring decline linked to variety of factors

WTIP’s ongoing series the Lake Superior Project focuses on a variety of news stories impacting the region and the lake itself.


Cook County courthouse

Commissioners set levy for 2016

By a 3-2 vote, the Cook County Board of Commissioners set the 2016 levy at 8.5 percent.


Flakes

Winter snows on the way

We could experience the first of the significant seasonal snowfalls…but it won’t stay on the ground long.


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WTIP Weekend News Roundup for November 28

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Wolves and icebreakers, county culverts and a good deer season.…all this and more in the week’s news.


The $10,000 price tag of North Shore snowfall

Though snow is often a welcome sight along the North Shore, it also brings hazardous road conditions and steep costs to the county.


Roger Skraba

Getting to Know the Candidates for House District 3A

Welcome to an hour of interviews with the candidates for Minnesota House District 3-A.  The special election to fill the seat of the late Rep. David Dill is Tuesday, December 8.


Sawtooth Mountain 3rd graders share why they are thankful

The Sawtooth Mountain Elementary School third graders have an annual Thanksgiving tradition of sharing why they are thankful.


Commissioner Ginny Storlie

Levy issues discussed at county board meeting

The Cook County Board met this week and the levy remained a big issue on the agenda, along with culverts and grant money. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Ginny Storlie.


Public input plays role in school district's budget cuts discussion

The ISD 166 School Board will continue to determine where cuts will be made for the 2016-17 budget. The board and Superintendent Beth Schwarz welcome citizen input on where the cuts should be made.