Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. Gypsy moth spraying begins. Taconite plants reopen. Audit looks at deer management in the state.
Local baker Caleb Mattison visited the WTIP’s station recently to share his thoughts on sourdough, the Saturday Market in Grand Marais and where the name for his business came from.
On the afternoon of Thursday, June 9, a number of local agencies will be hosting a workshop for land owners who want information on planting trees on their property.
Summertime is tick time and we have two varieties here. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with nurse Amy Marie Schmidt about wood ticks and deer ticks.
Dollar General made a request of Silver Bay city officials to include a non-compete clause with regard to a potential store along Highway 61.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources offers courses to certify youth for safe and legal hunting in the state. The youth classroom course is designed for ages 11-15.
The Le Grand du Nord Bike Race took place in Cook County and Grand Marais on Saturday during the holiday weekend.
An event was held at the Cook County Courthouse on Monday morning, May 30 in honor of Memorial Day. WTIP's Joe Friedrichs has this report.
The Cook County Vikings baseball team ended the regular season Wednesday, May 25 with a 14-4 victory over Silver Bay. The Vikings finished the regular season 11-4.
Where just six months ago it appeared likely there could be two Dollar General stores between Silver Bay and Grand Marais, there are now uncertainties if any will be built. WTIP’s Joe Fried