The U of MN Solar Vehicle Project is an organization of undergraduate engineering students who research, design and construct a solar vehicle every two years. Jake Herbers, a student leader with the team, joined Dick Aug. 1 to talk about some of the challenges involved in constructing and racing a solar car. You can learn more about the project here.
New "By Way of Water" exhibit at Cook County Historical Museum features artifacts, multimedia displays, and more-
"By Way of Water: Our History with Lake Superior" is a new exhibit at the Cook County Historical Museum in Grand Marais. It shares stories of how the Lake shaped the people and communities of our region. Director of the museum Carrie McHugh joined Ann Aug. 1 to talk about all the cool items and displays in the exhibit, and what people will learn about when they visit.
This has been a particularly bothersome summer for mosquitoes. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about these pesky pests.
Andrew and Alma Hedstrom founded Hedstrom Lumber in 1914. In this edition of WTIP's ongoing historical series, Moments in Time, their son, Herb, and family friend, Bob Pratt, remem
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
This weekend, August 8-10, is Grand Portage National Monument's annual Rendezvous Days and Powwow.
It's the Fisherman's Picnic edition of the Youth Radio Project! Featuring content about the Picnic itself, fairs, fishing, and fun. Also featured is fish-themed music.
Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
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.
Youth Producer Audrey Summers read "Young Couple, Ohio State Fair," a poem by Felix Jung.
Youth Producer Sean MacDonell's favorite Fish Pic event is the 5 Mile Trail Run at Pincushion Mountain.
In this episode from late June, Sunny shares what she likes - and dislikes - about the vibrant month of June in the northwoods.
Hello month eight! Who would have thought we’d be in August already. “Neebing” (summer in Ojibwe) is rapidly approaching the halfway point by the calendar.
There is a new study taking place in Cook County about foreign workers in the area.