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Rec Park

Mayor talks propane and Rec Park

The Grand Marais City Council covered a variety of topics at the last meeting, ranging from challenging propane tank placement in downtown Grand Marais to the city's parks department planning and


ISD 166 campus

School board to consider principal resignation at special meeting

At the end of October, School District 166 Principal Adam Nelson told some school staffers that he may be leaving for a position at the Wrenshall School District.


The winter storm has begun with icy roads

Winter storm starts with extremely icy roads

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the entire North Shore for today and tomorrow.


There are approximately 3-quadrillion gallons of water in Lake Superior

LSProject: Analyzing the size of Lake Superior

Lake Superior is outrageously huge. That’s understood.


Listening to the radio

Weekend News Roundup for December 2

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Mining exploration near the BWCA advances in Congress. The firearms deer harvest was up in the Northeast.


Sheriff’s Office seeking suspect in ski hill altercation

Cook County Sheriff deputies were paged to Lutsen Mountains Ski Hill yesterday morning, November 29, for a dispute between two brothers over money.


Arrowhead Electric Coop offices in Lutsen

Update:Internet outage impacting hundreds of Cook County residents resolved

WTIP just received an update from a spokesperson with Arrowhead Electric/True North Broadband about the technical difficulties with Internet access to approximately 700 customers.


Wendy Holmes, Artspace

Living and working spaces for artists to be assessed by Artspace

The Cook County Creative Economy team invited representatives from Artspace in the Twin Cities to visit the community to do an assessment of living and working spaces for artists.


Superior National Forest

School trust lands swapped near the Boundary Waters

Acres for America announced in November they would provide up to $3.8 million in grants to protect and connect wildlife habitat across more than 100,000 acres in several state, including Minnesot


Judy Erickson

Chamber lobbyist speaks about governor and legislature conflict

Judy Erickson, government affairs consultant for the Cook County Chamber, was here in Grand Marais when the news broke that the Minnesota Supreme Court had issued a ruling upholding Governor Mark Dayt