Local News

Brown Bag lunch provides grant application information for nonprofits: April 1

During the month of April there will be a series of presentations, including tomorrow's Brown Bag lunch, providing new information and ideas to area nonprofits. WTIP volunteer Yvonne Mills sp


Randy Sabien

"Spring Dance" feaures Randy Sabien and the Unusual Suspects on April 4

You’re invited to put on your dancing shoes and come to the North Shore Music Association’s music and dance event on April 4.


Sheriff Pat Eliasen

Sheriff to launch interactive website

The Sheriff’s department will soon have an interactive website featuring new crime mapping softwear. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Cook County Sheriff Pat Eliason.

 


Rita Plourde

Moving Matters, especially back from "the fiscal cliff"

The Sawtooth Mountain Clinic is involved both with Moving Matters and the Great Places Project. The clinic and other rural clinics have made the hurdle back from an impending fiscal cliff.


Grey wolf

Wolf reinstatement leaves some without predator control options

Last winter a federal judge ruled to return the wolf to the Endangered Species List.


Child Protection in Cook County

Child protection is a community effort, and locally we have the support of Cook County Public Health and Human Services.


ISD 166 School Board sets calendar

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.


Mayor Jay Arrowsmith Decoux

Update from recent City Council meeting

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


Predictions and precautions for 2015 fire season

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.