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WTIP to broadcast live from MN State Fair August 31

It’s ‘radio on a stick’! For the second year in a row, WTIP North Shore Community Radio will broadcast live from the Minnesota State Fair, Wednesday, August 31, from 8 a.m.


New DNR policy affects how deer carcasses can enter Minnesota

Starting this fall, hunters can no longer bring whole deer carcasses into Minnesota from anywhere in North America.


A visit to Fisherman's Picnic with Sherrie and Martha

The annual Grand Marais Fisherman’s Picnic is one of the oldest festivals in Minnesota, and includes a loon-calling contest. WTIP’s Martha Marnocha and Sherrie Lindskog visite


North Shore media company expands platform to include live broadcasts of local meetings

Local entrepreneur, cinematographer and technical engineer Patrick Knight continues to build his new company, Good Measure Media.


A little rain later in the week, otherwise, a pleasant Fisherman's Picnic forecast

Nice summer weather ahead for Fisherman’s Picnic – but keep your umbrella handy on Thursday. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Mike Stewart.

North shore farmers and others concerned with clean water and sustainable farming. All photos by Joe Friedrichs

Commissioner of Agriculture visits North Shore organic farm

Dave Frederickson, the Commissioner of the Minnesota Department Agriculture, visited the Wolf Ridge Organic Farm near Finland, Minnesota on Wednesday, July 27. 


WTIP Weekend News Roundup for July 30

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. A dog kennel and outdoor adventure center proposed for the county.


Dog survives roaring waterfall, 10 days alone near Boundary Waters

A trip in the Boundary Waters and Quetico Provincial Park turned tragic on July 4, when a family’s dog slipped and fell into a raging waterfall.


Stage Door: Practice Rooms

'Stage Door’ takes us behind the scenes at the Grand Marais Playhouse.


Water level in Lake Superior high in summer of 2016

The water level in Lake Superior has been notably high and grounds for discussion recently along the North Shore.