Last week “New Horizons” passed within 7,000 miles of the dwarf planet Pluto.
The week’s weather, in a word, “sunny.” WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Carol Christenson about blue skies.
Confidence is there already, what most of us need to learn is how to stop undermining it.
Chapter 17: The Storm
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Each week the WTIP News Department reviews the major stories of the past five days. Ely bear researcher loses a bid to collar. Native bands oppose the Sandpiper.
Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church, known locally as Chippewa City Church, is the site of a celebration this Sunday, with history, music and more.
The Cook County Chamber of Commerce is launching a new on-line business directory with many applications. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Chamber director Jim Boyd.
Hi. I’m Steve Robertsen, Interpretation and Education Specialist, with this week’s edition of the National Forest Update - information on conditions affecting travel and
Leeches are turning walleyes at Cascade Lake in 14 to 20 feet, Homer Lake in 15 to 20 feet, Seagull Lake in 22 to 28 feet, and Hungry Jack Lake in 13 to 18 feet.
The Grand Marais Garden Club's annual flower show will be held on July 17.
The rest of the summer will be a busy time in Schroeder. WTIP spoke to Gale Ring of the Schroeder Township Board about the happenings in the area, including the Taconite Harbor Power Plant closing.
Summer returns to the North Shore, but it may be accompanied by a few showers. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service meteorologist Mike Stewart about weekend weather.