Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories. Wolves are back under protected status in the Great Lakes.
Cook County and Lake County Invasive Teams work to prevent invasive species within the counties, and Laurel Wilson is the new Cook County Team coordinator. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke wi
Birth Partners is a new community partnership forming around the needs of growing families. WTIP volunteer Tracy Benson spoke with Erin Huggins on North Shore Morning.
Great Expectations has been named one of 22 high quality charter schools in Minnesota. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with GES administrator Peter James.
The Cook County Board met this week and highway signage was a big topic. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with 5th District Commissioner Ginny Storlie.
The Cook County Highway Department had been planning to erect as many as 100 reflective chevron signs along curves on the Gunflint Trail.
Offering all-you-can-eat blueberry pancakes as part of the menu, the Grand Marais Lioness Club pancake breakfast is coming up this Saturday.
All are invited to an informational workshop discussing the science of wetlands and their role in watersheds.
Even though Radio Shack is going through bankruptcy, it should have little effect on Buck's shop in Grand Marais.