Snow depths varied widely in the West End after the most recent storm.

West End News Feb. 10

Once again we have a dramatic example of the many micro-climates in Cook County and specifically the West End.


A moose on the road, photographed by Stephan Hoglund

Moose population continues decline in Northeast

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says new data shows the moose population in the northeastern part of the state continues to decline.


Karen DeBoise, photographed by Sue Prom

Organizers gear-up for Mush for a Cure

Mushers and dog teams will be cloaked in pink on the Gunflint Trail next month in a race to raise money for cancer.


 

Community organizer Si Kahn brings his passion to The Roadhouse

Bob spoke with Si Kahn Feb. 5 about his new book, "Creative Community Organizing," and his 50+  year career in community organizing, civil rights, and music. Listen to the interview.


Sawtooth Mountain Clinic and North Shore Hospital

Sawtooth Mountain Clinic to use health information exchange

Sawtooth Mountain Clinic is participating in HIE-Bridge, a new Health Information Exchange project that uses a secure web-based service to allow health care providers to locate patients’ medi


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Aphrodisiac Foods for Valentine's Day

The Roadhouse crew chatted Feb. 5 with Chef Jenny Breen of Good Life Catering in Minneapolis, about her upcoming Aphrodisiac Foods class, Feb. 15 at Papa Charlie's.


Peter Ostroushko

Peter Ostroushko in Grand Marais

The Roadhouse's Bob Carter chatted recently with singer/songwriter Peter Ostroushko, who appeared In Grand Marais Jan. 30. Listen to the interview.


Essay contest winner Will Brandenburg

Cook County Junior wins essay contest

The winners of the 12th annual PBS-8 High School Essay Contest have been announced and Cook County High School Junior Will Brandenburg took first place.


Asian carp

Asian carp control efforts continue

Efforts to prevent Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes continue, despite the U.S.


Close up of a snow flea

Snow fleas have an important ecological function

Now that we have some fresh snow, you might be seeing little spots of stuff that looks like pepper. If the spots jump around they’re more than likely snow fleas.


Steve's slippers

Comfort, warmth, and slippers on the Gunflint Notebook

On this edition of the Gunflint Notebook, Steve pays tribute to his slippers.


Sue Futterer, Public Health and Human Services director

County board to review Alternate Work Site plan

Cook County Commissioners will consider a plan that would define the on-site and off-site responsibilities of the Public Health and Human Services Director.


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