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Youth Producer Nina Woerheide shares an original poem about something inhuman that's prowling the...
Islands smoke
Continuing with features relating to the internet, Linnea Henrickson reads a passage from a short story about Google taking over our lives. It sounds a...
Internet world
Youth Producer Lucy Callendar likes recipes about cooking, but a recipe for the Internet? Lucy explains in this funny - yet relatable -...
Arrowhead Electric Coop offices in Lutsen
Youth Producer Lynden Blomberg recently spoke to Joe Buttweiller of the Arrowhead Electric Cooperative regarding Broadband internet services. Buttweiller talked about the problems that they have been faced with, the response to the high-speed internet, as well as a variety of other topics dealing...
Youth Radio Project
It's the Winter/Holiday Edition of the Youth Radio Project. New voices are on the air this week as the Youth Show continues its revival. Youth Producer Nina Woerheide reads her original poem, Chloe Balckburn lists off the Top Ten Christmas Movies, Doran Acero debuts his outlandish Christmas...
Winter
Youth Producer Nina Woerheide reads an original winter...
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It's Halloween themed edition of the Youth Radio Project! Featured are several scary stories by Youth Producers old and new, a vox pop about what people are dressing up as for Halloween, a list of the top 15 costumes of 2014, and...
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Lynden Blomberg
Hi, It’s Lynden Blomberg here. I recently joined WTIP’s Youth Radio Program and I am very happy to be part of it! I am in 8th grade and I go to Great Expectations School. I am a hard core music fan and enjoy all genres. I’m very excited to be considered part of the WTIP...
Nina Woerheide
Hello there, my name is Nina Woerheide, and I live in Lutsen.  I enjoy - and have enjoyed for the past fifteen years - the cold weather, tons of snow, rainy days, and Lake Superior, all in Northern Minnesota.  I have always loved listening to the radio, as something fun to do, or maybe...

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The WTIP Youth Radio Project is funded in part by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation and by the Northland Foundation.