A much needed bridge replacement, invasive species, school levies, mining and mineral matters, taxes and a town hall…all this and more in the week’s news.
Drifting minnows or leeches has produced walleyes at Elbow Lake in 6 feet, Two Island Lake in 8 to 12 feet, and Caribou Lake in 15 feet.
The story of the Lake Superior watershed is now told in a stunning new comprehensive environmental history.
Sawtooth Mountain Clinic CEO Rita Plourde and nurse Patty Doherty talk about the recent clinic annual meeting and enrolling in the patient portal.
It promises to be a good weekend for mountain biking. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Mike Stewart about the prospects for a sunny Lutsen 99er.
I had two stark reminders of my own mortality this week.
The city has signed on to support regional trail designation for the county. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Grand Marais Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux.
They’re among our earliest butterflies in spring. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about tiger swallowtails.
From funders to partnerships, Public Health and Human Services is a cooperative venture. WTIP’s Veronica Weadock spoke with Yafa Napadensky of Cook County Public Health and Human Services.&
The Hovland Town Hall will get county money for fix-up and new features and broadband projects are reviewed. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Ginny Storlie.
Rep. David Dill (DFL--District 3A looks back on the full legislative session and the special session.