Last winter a federal judge ruled to return the wolf to the Endangered Species List.
Child protection is a community effort, and locally we have the support of Cook County Public Health and Human Services.
A finalized school calendar, industrial arts expansion news and the Knowledge Bowl Team advances to state. WTIP’s Jana Berka spoke with ISD166 Superintendent Beth Schwarz on Daybreak.
Since we last met over the WTIP waves, spring has backed off somewhat along the Gunflint.
Bryn and Grace report the latest School News.
The latest research shows it is not the content that makes conflict productive or unproductive, it is the directness and intensity that make the difference.
A possible IRRRB funding package, an update on the District Heating Project, and a proposal for observation binoculars by the harbor . WTIP volunteer Joey Detrick spoke with Grand Marais Mayor J
There’s a prediction that the spring of 2015 may be an active fire season. WTIP’s Ann Possis spoke with Nancy Larson and Patti Johnson of the USDA Forest Service on Daybreak.
Dave TerSteeg & Ann Possis welcomed local jazz guitarist and composer Briand Morrison to Studio A March 13. He's working on a new project called "Briand Morrison Presents Musical Impressions, The Art of George Morrison," in which he composes and performs music to accompany a series of slides of his father's work. In this interview he explains the project and share three of the 12 songs. You can learn more about Briand and his work at www.briandmorrison.com.
Here is a good deal. On Thursday, April 9th, a free visit to the dentist is available for all young people ages 18 months to 26 years old. The free services include an exam, cleaning, x-ra
The moose population in northeast Minnesota has been in decline over the past decade. In this edition of the Lake Superior Project, Dr.
Jack and Christina report the latest School News.