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"Cabin Fever" artwork created by Karie Wrich

WTIP's "Cabin Fever" Membership Drive: Amount raised and drawing results

WTIP's "Cabin Fever" membership drive wrapped up at noon, February 22.  Our overall goal for the drive was $18,500, and over the course of four and a half days we heard from 29

Deer feeding

Moose health influences DNR's deer management strategy

Aligning deer permit area boundaries to the known moose range is part of the DNR’s strategy to promote the health of moose populations in northeastern Minnesota.

Snowy weather

Snow, but not too much, throughout the week

The front part of the week will have warmer temps with snow and later in the week, colder (below zero lows) temps with snow.

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WTIP Weekend News Roundup for February 20

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. The Governor wants states to help lobby Washington in favor of American steel. Enbridge delays Sandpiper.

Kimber Wraalstad

Hospital reviews new model for care centers

The Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center board recently addressed the new model for care centers and prevention of violence in the hospital-care center setting.

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Michael Monroe on WTIP's Third Thursday Community Conversation

For February WTIP presents a “Cabin Fever” Member Drive edition of Third Thursday Community Conversation with Jay Andersen and Deb Benedict.

Icy windshield

Expect rain, sleet and icy conditions with weekend

This weekend’s weather is slated to be fair to partly awful. Warmer temps could bring rain, resulting in ice, resulting in crusty snow and slippery roads.

Matthew Schmidt fishes for trout on a Gunflint Trail lake. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

Ice fishing to combat cabin fever along the North Shore

Now that WTIP's membership drive is underway, we wanted to talk with some people about how they either escape or embrace their own “Cabin Fever” during winter.

House mouse enjoys the cabin life. Photo courtesy of Lynette Schimming

Mice and the cabins we share

Well, with the theme of cabin fever during our upcoming membership drive, we thought of another little creature along the North Shore who also loves to embrace their own love of cabins.


2016 moose count indicates decline will continue

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said the state's moose population remains low despite a slowing population decline during the past five years.