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Bob Spry

Grand Marais City Council Candidate: Bob Spry

Three candidates are running for Grand Marais City Council. One of them is Bob Spry. WTIPs Jay Andersen interviewed Spry as a part of this week’s city candidate series.


Bill Lenz

Grand Marais City Council Candidate: Bill Lenz

Three candidates are running for Grand Marais City Council. One of them is incumbent Bill Lenz. WTIPs Jay Andersen interviewed Lenz as a part of this week’s city candidate series.

Superior National Golf Course at Lutsen

EDA concerned about Superior National's image

Ever since a group of golf course advocates approached the county board looking for money to upgrade Superior National Golf Course at Lutsen, there&rsq


Dave Palmer

Grand Marais City Council candidates: Dave Palmer

Three candidates are running for Grand Marais City Council. One of them is Dave Palmer.

Tamarack

Wildersmith October 15

 After a pleasantly cool September most days of October have been considerably warmer than normal. In that vein, it has been so warm that those nasty bitin’ flies have been reborn.


Old radio

Weekend News Wrap for Oct. 16

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.

Spoon baits

Local Fish Report for Oct. 15

10/15/10 – There are lots of fish in Cook County lakes, the trick is to know where they are and how to catch them.

Commissioner Forum in studio

Cook County Commissioner Forum -- Part Two

PART TWO: Candidates for Cook County Commissioner gathered in the WTIP studio Tuesday, Oct. 12 to answer questions and take listener calls.


Commissioner Forum in studio

Cook County Commissioner Forum -- Part One

PART ONE: Candidates for Cook County Commissioner gathered in the WTIP studio Tuesday, Oct. 12 to answer questions and take listener calls.


Referendum meeting at Chicago Bay Marketplace, Hovland, MN

Public schools across state facing financial difficulties

Public education in Minnesota is in crisis. State education funding has dropped nearly 14% since 2003, while costs have continued to rise. Many districts, including Cook County, have al