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Rescuing Wolves from Michipicoten Island to Isle Royale

WTIP's volunteer North Shore Morning host, Shawna Willis talks with Carol Brady about the effort by National Parks of Lake Superior Foundation and International Wolf Center efforts to fund the


A Look at the Law Enforcement Log

Each week the Cook County Sheriff’s Office provides a brief report of calls made to the Cook County Law Enforcement Center in the past week.


Kaylan Dix accepting the Colorectal Cancer Screening innovator of 2018 award. Submitted photo.

Clinic wins 'Innovator of the Year Award'

Sawtooth Mountain Clinic was presented the ‘2018 Innovator of the Year Award’ by the Colon Cancer Coalition during a recent event in the Twin Cities.


EDA President Howard Hedstrom

Howard Hedstrom gives an EDA update

The Cook County/Grand Marais Economic Development Authority (EDA) meets the second Tuesday of each month and normally has a full agenda, covering housing projects, happenings at the Cedar Grove Busine


Icy and flooded roads could be hazardous - drive with care. -  Photo by Amber Pratt, Outdoor Adventures on Lake Superior

Highway Department advises caution, announces road restrictions

The Cook County Highway Department has an advisory for motorist of vehicles, large and small.


Tom Landwehr, the new director of the Campaign to Save the Boundary Waters visited Grand Marais March 8 - Photo by Sue Hakes

Tom Landwehr talks about his new role

The Campaign to Save The Boundary Waters is a an effort of the Northeastern Minnesotans for Wilderness (NMW), specifically formed to work to  protect the Boundary Waters Wilderness from mini


Meggan Halvorson, former Grand Marais resident, took part in Workers Speak Out rally on the Capitol steps. Photo courtesy of CBB

Meggan Halvorson, advocating for better banking

Former Grand Marais resident, Meggan Halvorson, has become an advocate for better working conditions at her workplace, the financial institute, Wells Fargo.


Trout stocking might change or end in some Cook County lakes due to climate change. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

Climate change likely to impact trout lakes near Lake Superior

A changing climate continues to impact a variety of fish and wildlife management strategies in northern Minnesota.


Citizens leave the township annual meetings with plenty of information about their community - WTIP photo

West End citizens gather for township meetings

Township elections and annual meetings were held Tuesday, March 12. Citizens from Lutsen, Tofte and Schroeder gathered to vote and to discuss township business.