Each week the WTIP news team puts together a roundup of the week's news.
If you’d like to learn more about fingerstyle guitar, or share your expertise, the annual Fingerstyle Masters Weekend is Apri
Clara Waddell is a Lutsen native and winner of a University playwriting contest. The live reading of ‘Rooted Hearts’ will be April 24th in Minneapolis. North Shore M
He was one-third of the iconic ‘60s folk group Peter Paul and Mary.
Buck and Ann speak with Lori Naumann, Information Director of non-game wildlife with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, about the DNR's webcam documenting the lives of two bald eagles
Buck talks with Kenneth Neuhams, the founder and publisher of the Duluth Shipping News.
The Grand Marais Park Board this week reviews plans and suggestions for a parkside public access, a popup park and a tent for harbor park. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke park manager Dave Tersteeg.
Invasive species are hitchhikers and to a large degree depend upon us to spread them around, whether inland waters or Lake Superior.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. Kind words and praise for both children and adults can play a role in prevention.
Scientists are puzzled by large donut shapes on the deep bottom of Lake Superior. But Prof. Nigel Wattrus at UMD’s Large Lakes Observatory has a theory. WTIP Jay Andersen spoke with Prof.