Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
Spectrum Community Health has initiated preliminary development discussions with the City of Grand Marais and the Economic Development Authority. Mayor Larry Carlson explains.
Now that August is upon us, many kids get excited for the upcoming school year.
August 10, 2011
Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
Mini-golf may appear easy, but it’s not. Sterling Anderson and Shawn Neuwirth of the Youth Radio Project spent an afternoon at the local mini-golf course.
The “Water Contact Not Recommended” advisories issued Tuesday for the Grand Marais Downtown Beach and Schroeder Town Park Beach have been lifted. Elevated E.
Spectrum Community Health is interested in building an assisted living facility in Grand Marais.
Moving to a new town can be hard, but it was even harder for Sterling Anderson.
Another discussion of Superior National Golf Course as well as thoughts on the proposed community center were among topics discussed on the AM Community Calendar program, Aug. 9.
Internet access is a hot topic in Cook County. Shawn Neuwirth of the Youth Radio Project throws proverbial fuel on the fire with this commentary on dial-up Internet access.
WTIP created the exciting Behind the Work series to highlight interesting careers in the Cook County area. The Youth Radio Project has continued this endeavor by focusing on student employment.
Late yesterday, the Minnesota Department of Health warned people should avoid contact with the water at two North Shore sites.
Buck spoke Aug. 5 with Dennis Overbye, science reporter at the NY Times, about his recent article on the search for life on other planets and in the lab.