Emergency services providers and officials from the United States and Ontario are participating in a four-day Integrated Emergency Management Course with the Federal Emergency Management Agency’
The Grand Marais Art Colony invites the community to participate in the annual Empty Bowls fundraiser by signing up for a Make-a-Bowl session.
Mountain Stage is a two hour live radio program that features a variety of musical styles…and they will be doing two shows in Grand Marais this week.
School is back in session and the energy at Great Expectations is worth saving and bottling for later use. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with school administrator Peter James.
The North House Folk School's big fall event starts this week. WTIP volunteer Marnie McMillan spoke with the Folk School’s Matt Nesheim on North Shore Morning.
Featuring exhibits and events that capture the beauty and history of the Schroeder area, the Cross River Heritage Center is a busy place this fall. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning spoke with the Her
The Great Decisions discussion group covers topics related to world affairs. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning spoke with September's discussion leader, Bill Davnie, on North Shore Morning.
The Heck Yeah Holler String Band (Amymarie Schmidt, Andy Schmidt, Tim Dennison, Pat Flack & Bob LaMettry) made its radio debut (minus Bob) on The Roadhouse Sept. 11, the evening before kicking off the eighth annual Radio Waves Music Festival Saturday morning.
Duluth News Tribune Outdoors Editor Sam Cook is a longtime favorite Roadhouse guest and friend of Buck's. He called in for Buck's last show, and they reminisced, told great stories, and managed to cover some outdoors topics, too. You can read Sam's work at www.duluthnewstribune.com.
Get a new perspective of the Kadunce River in this WTIP Community Producers feature. We’ll hear from Karen, Nick and Kent as they search for river bugs.