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John Myers

Hundreds pack PolyMet meeting at DECC

Thursday night over 1500 people crowded into the DECC ballroom to hear presentations, and give input and ask questions about the proposed PolyMet copper mining operation at Hoyt Lakes.  WTIPs Jay

Lake Superior in Winter

A Busy New Year at the Lake Superior Binational Forum

The Lake Superior Binational Forum is seeking nominations for environmental stewardship awards, holding a public meeting at Barker’s Island and lots m


AEOA's Home Ownership Program

AEOA’s homeownership program includes education and counseling as well as assistance with down payment and closing costs.  

Mark Sandbo

EDA moves toward addressing affordable housing issues

The Economic Development Authority met this week to explore a shift in emphasis from housing rehab to affordable housing projects.  WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with no longer chairman, but now presi

North Shore watershed map

WRAPS is new watershed collaborartion

WRAPS is the acronym for a  new water quality implementation plan.  WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with county water plan coordinator Ilena Berg about Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategi



Gardening, farming, eating… the Northwoods Food Project supports all that and more. 

credit cards

Scam awareness and prevention

Depending on where you shop and how you pay, there’s good reason to be concerned about the recent Target credit card scams.

Amy Marie Schmidt, RN

SAD can contribute to the long gray winter

If the long gray winter tends to get you down, it may be more than a temporary condition.  WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Sawtooth Clinic nurse Amy Marie Schmidt about Seasonal Affect Disorder.

Meteorologist Mike Stewart

Weather returns to "normal January"

The weather won’t stay balmy, but it will return to normal January temps.  WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Mike Stewart.