Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
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.
Traditions of sustainable living on the land are practiced according to the season by the people of the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
Hummers have been spotted throughout the county -- first on Maple Hill, then in Lutsen, next in the Pike Lake area.
The saga of the cemetery cell phone tower continues. The project’s approval is on hold pending issues with the site itself. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this report.
Some people have asked me about what happened with the mystery that I reported last week. A car with a canoe on top was parked in the public parking lot here at Sawbill with no people around and
Minnesota U.S. Senator Al Franken chaired his first Judiciary subcommittee hearing on privacy in the Google and Apple era of mobile communications. Sen.
Severe weather patterns hit northwestern Minnesota, but missed the North Shore…still rain is in the forecast. According to the weather bureau, April was a crazy weather month.
Bob spoke May 6 with U of MN Professor Pauline Boss about ambiguous loss where there is no closure, such as that suffered by the families of victims of 9/11, and how people cope with this kind of loss.
Buck and Dave Seaton hosted Michael Monroe April 22 at The Roadhouse. He talked about his artist in residence program with local students, his 'log cabin concerts,' and played some great new music.
Buck spoke April 22 with Mark McNay, retired wolf biologist, about wolf-human encounters and what they tell us about wolves.
Thursday is the day for the Bike Rodeo in Grand Marais. It’s a time when kids get their wheels checked, helmets fitted and pick up tips on safe riding.