"Project: Ice" views the Great Lakes through the prism of ice, at the crossroads of history, science and climate change. The film's director and executive producer, Bill Kleinert, was in town for the film's Minnesota debut at North House's Arctic Film Festival. He joined Dave TerSteeg Nov. 21 to talk about why he made the film and why Great Lakes ice is so important. You can learn more about the film here.
Dick talked Nov. 21 with Dr. Richard Deyo about the industry that has sprung up around back pain, and why more invasive intervention might not be effective. They discussed exercise, human touch therapies, and much more. His new book is titled "Watch Your Back! How the Back Pain Industry is Costing Us More and Giving Us Less."
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
The North Shore Health Care Foundation hosts a Community Open Forum Tuesday afternoon, November 25th, designed to help peop
Beginning this week’s Gunflint scoop finds the weather outside frightful.
We'll from Ariana and Jacob about the Oshki Ogimaag Charter School's food drive.
November's Lutsen Township Board meeting included discussion about replacing the supervisor position being vacated by Ginny Storlie, problems with highway guardrails, and the annual Fire Departmen
The West End’s prodigal son, Noah Horak, will be back in Tofte for the holidays.