Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
The North Shore Health Care Foundation hosts a Community Open Forum Tuesday afternoon, November 25th, designed to help peop
Beginning this week’s Gunflint scoop finds the weather outside frightful.
We'll from Ariana and Jacob about the Oshki Ogimaag Charter School's food drive.
November's Lutsen Township Board meeting included discussion about replacing the supervisor position being vacated by Ginny Storlie, problems with highway guardrails, and the annual Fire Departmen
The West End’s prodigal son, Noah Horak, will be back in Tofte for the holidays.
The annual Mustering of the Last Watch ceremony for the crewmen aboard the Edmund Fitzgerald is held at Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors, MN on November 10th.
Sawbill Outfitters owner Bill Hansen on unique work credit system that keeps both owners & employees happy-
Ann & Dick chatted with Bill Hansen, owner of Sawbill Outfitters in Tofte with his wife Cindy, about their unique work credit system in which employees bid on jobs each week. Bill explained the idea behind it, how it works, and how & why it benefits both employees and the business.
The cost of the Irish Creek Road Subordinate Service District is running higher than anticipated.
This is a great time of year to reflect on gratitude. Ann spoke Nov. 14 with Dr. Mary Jo Kreitzer, founder and director of the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the U of MN, about why gratitude and its cousin, mindfulness, is good for our well-being. You can learn more about the Center here.
Great Expectations School is about to get hooked up to broadband. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with GES board member Jeff Kern about broadband and about the school’s character development asse
Net neutrality is a hot topic nationally, but with all the political clouds swirling around the topic, you have a right to be confused. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Sen.
The Minnesota House has Republican leadership now. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with Democratic Rep. David Dill about some of the anticipated changes.