This winter the Gunflint Trail will again host “Mush For A Cure,” a 24-mile dogsled event to raise money to fight breast cancer.
Tom Pink of Lake Superior State University in Michigan joined Buck and Bob Jan. 14 for their annual chat about the list of banished words for 2011. Don't miss this 'aha moment.'
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
The deadline to comment on how Isle Royale National Park should manage its cultural resources closes on January 16. The park is at the beginning of a process to come up with a Cultural Resource
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Our fishing expert, Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, says Saturday, the 15th, TROUT season opens outside the BWCAW. It’s already open inside.
The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation (DSACF) recently announced the distribution of more than a quarter million dollars in grants. Among the recipients are two local non-profits, WTIP N
In 2005 the City of Grand Marais contracted with Burbach Aquatics of Platteville WI to study replacement or renovation of its municipal pool.
Mayor Larry Carlson took the oath of office at Wednesday’s Grand Marais City Council meeting. New councilor Bob Spry and re-elected councilor Bill Lenz were also sworn in.
Split Rock Lighthouse State Park acquired 19 acres in late December, thanks in large part to the efforts of the non-profit Parks & Trails Council of Minnesota.
County commissioners revisited the issue of increased public input they began discussing on Jan. 4.