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Afternoon Tea (Iban /Flikr)
You can RSVP for Afternoon Tea:  the event celebrates and supports Cook County Higher Education.  North Shore Morning host Randy Eastlund spoke with Paula Sundet Wolf of Cook County Higher Education on North Shore Morning.
 
Cook County Higher Education is hosting...
Popcorn (Wendy /Flikr)
The first home volleyball game is Tuesday August 26th, and the Cook County Athletic Booster Club wants you.  North Shore Morning host Sherrie Lindskog  spoke with Kris Phillips, Booster Club secretary, on North Shore Morning.

The Cook County Athletic Booster Club...
Superintendent Beth Schwarz
The ISD166 school year is about to begin. The school board met to review and approve a number of items before the door opens on Sept. 2nd. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Superintendent Beth...

This year's Environmental Stewardship Awards included three Minnesota recipients. Marnie McMillan spoke with Lissa Radke of the Lake Superior Binational Forum in Ashland, Wisconsin about three of the Minnesota winners.

Lake Superior Binational Forum’s Annual Environmental...



WTIP's Gary Atwood gives an update on the proposed Grand Marais Biomass District Heat project.

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Ruffed Grouse
The annual banquet for the North Shore Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society is coming up Thursday, September 4th, at the American Legion in Grand Marais.  WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson spoke with Jean Mathis Spry about this event on North Shore Morning. 


22nd Annual...



As part of a series of StandDown events across northern Minnesota, Duluth will be offering "one-stop services" with information and assistance available from multiple agencies at one time. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with Steve Saari, Duluth Regional Director of...

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Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories. Local elections, the Duluth Post Office drama, Great Lakes shipments and synthetic drugs…all this and...
Emergency kit
Emergencies can strike anytime, but summer is a good time to review your preparedness for severe weather, wildfires and other untimely events.

Join WTIP’s Jay Andersen for the...
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