Ho' Oponopono is an ancient Hawaiin method to make things right, rectify an error. It is one way to help us find compassion for ourselves and others.
We impact each other. The quality of our relationships at work can make a work team more productive (and it is much more fun).
Being present with our suffering and having the courage to share it with trusted friends is part of the healing process. As Leonard Cohen said, "Cracks are how the light gets in."
What ingredients increase the possibility that you will have a high performing team?
Rose Arrowsmith Decoux and Jackson Nickolay share the details of their upcoming class with North Shore Morning host Matthew Brown.
What a difference a week can make! This area of borderland went from minus something on Easter morning, to almost sweltering seven days later. Whew, put away those layers and break out the Speedo!
Hi. I’m Brie Schueller, fire management specialist on the Superior National Forest, with this week’s edition of the National Forest Update - information on conditions affecting
Hosts Diane Booth and Joan Farnam from our local Extension office and Northwoods Food Project welcome two guests to the program:
Workshops in botany and photography are offered starting in June on Isle Royale.
It’s no surprise that the recent heat wave has jump-started the waterfall season. In every nook and cranny of the West End, all you have to do is stand still when the wind is calm and you
County roads dominated the discussion at this week’s commissioners meeting. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Heidi Doo-Kirk about road maintenance issues.
The Sawtooth Mountain Clinic is hosting a “Hot Potato” discussion group in addition to a hot potato bar on Thursday, April 30.
Jack and Raina report the latest School News.