Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the week’s top news stories.
Self compassion not only makes us feel better, it helps our self-control too!
Cook County Public Health and Human Services has tools to help with increasing our “financial literacy.” WTIP volunteer Sherrie Lindskog spoke with Beth Faraone of Cook County Public
The 2015 Great Place Project recently announced this year’s mini-grant award winners. The grant funds will go toward creating great places in our community.
I saw a moose on the Grade Road last week. I saw it a little closer than I like to see a moose when I’m traveling 40 miles per hour in a car. It is rare to see a moose anymore, or ev
Cook County Higher Education will be offering a Summer Book Club discussion group featuring several books by William Kent Krueger.
Early detection of Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia is important, in addition to learning more about these conditions. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with Dr.
Kalina reports the latest School News.
‘Stage Door’ takes us behind the scenes at the Grand Marais Playhouse. It’s a chance to meet the artists...and parents of the artists...involved in our local theater.
The Cook County Extension office will be offering 3 workshops on growing vegetables, in addition to a May workshop on apples.
The wolf population on Isle Royale has declined from a high of 50 almost 40 years ago to its current low of three animals today. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with wolf researcher Dr.