Gunflint’s August week three is complete. After a miserable few “dog days” in the second segment, our weather has reverted to more tolerable conditions.
This fall, Cook County High School sports fans will have a new experience. What does the switch to Nine-Man football mean for coaches, players and the fans in the stands?
Hi. I’m Steve Robertsen, education specialist, with this week’s edition of the National Forest Update - information on conditions affecting travel and recreation on the Tofte and Gun
A little more rain in the forecast, but clearing and warmer by Saturday. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Stewart.
There’s a new source for locally grown fruits and vegetables in Cook County.
Summer is on the wane, and there are a lot of changes as we work through August.
North House Folk School is offering a course on making Nordic stacked handle flatware by combining traditional materials with stainless steel.
Aquatic invasives are starting to show up in northeast Minnesota. WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson spoke with invasive species coordinator Amanda Weberg on North Shore Morning.
Buck Benson and Dave TerSteeg welcomed local musician Timmy Haus to The Roadhouse Aug. 14 for fun chat and great sound.
WTIP will be doing a live one-day broadcast from the Education Building at the Minnesota State Fair on Wednesday, September 2. WTIP volunteer LeAnn Zunker spoke with Deb Benedict and Jana Berka a
Hosts Joan Farnam and Diane Booth discuss Sustainable Agriculture in Cook and Lake Counties with guests David Abazs, Round River Farm in Finland, Melinda Spin