Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
As I write, we are experiencing a classic cold and windy three-day June rain.
Cook County Schools could face the prospect of more borrowing to meet current expenses if state aids don’t come though after a potential state government shutdown July 1.
Due to heavy rainfall, the road surface on Hwy 61 near Split Rock Lighthouse has collapsed.
Healing means becoming more of ourselves.
Rituals are often ignored or taken for granted. However, consciously partaking in rituals can add meaning to our days. This program is a repeat from 2009.
Life can be so much more interesting if we travel the road less traveled, our path. This program explores what is takes to leave the familiar path and have the courage to walk your own.
Matthew is the Program Director and the host of Side Tracks on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday. He likes the variety of the radio station, all the local music and Lake Superior.
Commissioner Sue Hakes says the county board is concerned about the impending state shutdown. She also says the length of time the shutdown may last could be longer than we think.
Many local agencies and governments will be affected by a state government shutdown and Great Expectations School is no exception. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this report.
Now that the high school year is over, it’s really time to start working. Youth Radio Project senior Kayla Stacy loves summer. She loves the traffic, the busy streets, and the tourists.
Buck and Bob hosted The Roadhouse from the 14th annual Wooden Boat Show at North House Folk School on the Grand Marais Harbor June 17. Selected interviews from the two-hour show are included here.