Bob chatted July 29 with Jeffrey Brick, owner of Big Kahuna Foods and developer of the Big Kahuna Donut Burger, about his creation that will debut this summer at the New York State Fair.
Photographer Layne Kennedy visited with Buck July 29 while he was in Grand Marais teaching a class at North House Folk School. Learn about his approach to his craft, and about his recent book on the BWCAW, "Paddle North." Photo courtesy Layne Kennedy.
The 2011 Dragon Boat Festival is history. It was a huge event, with lots of people, vendors, music and, of course those impressive dragon boats coursing through the Grand Marais harbor.
With deer hunting licenses going on sale Monday, Aug. 1, state conservation officials announced new regulations for the coming season.
To help them decide how to proceed with management and improvement of Superior National Golf Course, the county board hired a golf course consulting firm.
Wha gwaan! Ahoj! Merhaba! Hello! Summer brings International youth to Grand Marais.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
Dave and Amy Freeman, with their companion Fennel are on a 12,000 kayak, canoe, dog sled journey from the west coast to Grand Portage.
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According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, fishing is picking up.
While Shawn Neuwirth may be the latest to join the Youth Radio Project, he'll be the first to give thanks for the experience. Listen as Shawn describes working with his classmates, teacher, and
While many Cook County residents embrace the isolation and privacy of the region's wild country, local teenagers sometime struggle with it. Audrey Summers of the Youth Radio Project discusses he
While WTIP often features local residents whose creative and interesting careers are documented for the Behind the Work series, Youth Radio Project junior Sterling Anderson wondered, "What about