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USFS to recommend only a few miles of forest roads to be vacated

Of all miles of forest roads we have in the county, only a few are scheduled for closure by the U.S.


 

Workers on Wheels: providing bikes for five years

If you know an international student-worker in Cook County, you might know a participant of Workers on Wheels.


The Lake Superior Project/Logo by Lauryl Loberg

LSP: A Natural History of Minnesota's Superior Coast

“North Shore: A Natural History of Minnesota’s Superior Coast” is a major new book written by naturalists Chel Anderson and Heidi Fischer, published by the University of Minnesota


 

Still plenty of school activity at GES

Staff at Great Expectations School kept on working after classes dismissed for the summer.  WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with school administrator Peter James about early planning for the next


Fiber Art by Jo Wood

Fiber arts show opens at Johnson Heritage Post Gallery on June 26

All types of fiber art including weaving, knitting, felting, jewelry and sculpture will be featured at a show sponsored by The Northwoods Fiber Guild.


 

Grand Marais Playhouse presents Summer Performance Preview on June 18

There will be a summer performance preview showcasing several upcoming Grand Marais Playhouse events. WTIP host Marnie McMillan spoke with Sue Hennessy of the Grand Marais Playhouse on North Shor


 

Upcoming Schroeder community events

WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with Gale Ring of the Schroeder Town Board of Supervisors about summer in the township.


 

Great Decisions discussion: "Sectarianism in the Middle East", June 18

Great Decisions is America's largest discussion program on world affairs.


 

Summer events at the Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center

Bonnie Schudy is the new site manager of the Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center up the Gunflint Trail.


 

Grandma's could be wet and windy

The weather promises to be typical June for most of the week. But Grandma’s Marathon could be wet and blustery.  WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson.