Ada Igoe

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Ada Igoe is proud to be homegrown on homegrown radio. Her radio career at WTIP began at an early age.

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Gypsy Moth

Gypsy moth meetings on North Shore March 1 & 2

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is gearing up to tackle gypsy moth infestations in northeastern Minnesota.
 

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City and non-profit collaborate to save energy

At the last meeting of the Grand Marais City Council, Wednesday, Feb.

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Extreme painting on the Gunflint Trail

The Grand Marais Art Colony's first Winter Plein Air Festival this week concludes with an exhibit at Gunflint Lodge on Saturday and Sunday.


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Art News for Feb. 27 weekend

The Winter Plein Air Festival exhibit at Gunflint Lodge begins at 5 p.m. Saturday. Also on Saturday: Sivertson Gallery Fireside Chats, 6 p.m., Local Musicians Showcase at the ACA at 7:30 p.m.


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Weekend News Wrap Feb. 27

Each week the WTIP News Department provides a summary of the stories it has been following that week. Tune in to WTIP's North Shore Weekend Saturdays from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m.


Northern lights photo courtesy of the NOAA Photo Library

Magnetic North: Dirt and auroras - all in one week

Welcome back to Magnetic North, where some old friends not seen for waaaay too long appeared this week.


Cook County Schools ISD 166 campus

Superintendent makes change to ISD166 to staff cuts

Among the staff cuts originally listed as a part of budget balancing for Cook County Schools ISD166, was one that should not have been there.


Bill Peterson's photo of a caribou in Cook County.

Points North: The story of Minnesota’s last known caribou

About thirty years ago, some former residents paid a winter visit to Minnesota’s North Shore.


Life under the snow

In winter plants may be dormant, but their chemistry works overtime

We all know animals have various ways of dealing with winter. Some hibernate; some stay active under the snow. Much the same is true for seeds and plants.


Forest fire aftermath

Crews on Gunflint Trail clearing dead trees

 

 

The U.S. Forest Service is asking motorists to watch for crews and equipment clearing trees along the Gunflint Trail and side roads near Seagull Lake. 


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