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Dave Seaton, owner of Hungry Jack Outfitters, marvels at the rescued moose. Photo by Jim Morrison

Moose rescued on Hungry Jack Lake after breaking through ice

A young moose broke through the ice on Hungry Jack Lake on Monday, April 10. Soon afterward, residents of the Gunflint Trail took to the ice in an attempt to save the moose.

Cook County Assessor Todd Smith

Lesson from the tax workshop: check your valuation now

Chamber Executive Director Jim Boyd says he was pleased with the turn out for the Tax Information workshop on April 4. 

Lake Superior

Sea Grant faces budget cuts that could impact Cook County

Funding for Minnesota Sea Grant would be eliminated if President Donald Trump’s budget proposal is passed by Congress this year.

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Weekend News Roundup for April 8

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Primary election results. The EDA and City meet to discuss Hwy 61 reconstruction projects.


Wildfire scenario staged near McFarland Lake

The U.S. Forest Service and interagency partners staged a wildfire training scenario on Thursday, April 6.

Jim Boyd

Arts as economic development is focus of new planning team

Arts and Culture Economy Planning Team members Bill Hansen and Jim Boyd emphasise the importance of arts to our local economy.

Spring on Superior

Warm and dry weekend ahead

Nice spring weekend is forecast, but there may be some rain late Sunday.  WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Dan Miller about a few warm but dry days ahea

Grand Marais Mayor Jay Arrowsmith-Decoux plays ping pong with the Lt. Gov. Photo via Moving Matters/Sawtooth Mountain Clinic

Great Place Project awards 2017 grants

 The Great Place Project team from Sawtooth Mountain Clinic and the Cook County Chamber met Monday and made decisions on distributing $10,000 that an anonymous donor made available to ensure a 20

Rep. Rob Ecklund

Legislature is active prior to Easter break

The Minnesota Legislature is about to go into Easter Recess, so there’s been a good deal of activity at the Capitol.  WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with District 3A Rep. Rob Ecklund.