Deb Benedict and Matthew Brown speak with author James Norton and photographer Becca Dilley, who have just published a new book "Lake Superior Flavors: A Field Guide to Food and Drink Along the North Shore." The book tells the stories of food and beverage artisans along the circle tour of Lake Superior, including some in Grand Marais, all with stunning color photos. They share their experiences meeting with monks, fishermen, cheesemakers, and many more interesting characters they met along the way.
Deb Benedict and Matthew Brown are joined by George Wilkes, Grand Marais co-chair of MN Greenstep Cities, to talk about the program and what it means for changing Grand Marais toward sustainability. Wilkes goes in depth on how sustainability deals with social and economic concerns as well as environmental ones, and how to get involved with Greenstep.
Each week the WTIP news team puts together a roundup of the week's news. No new Isle Royale wolves. Fond du Lac to spear walleyes in Cook County. Emergency deer feeding ends.
The criminal case against Cook County Attorney Tim Scannell can proceed to trial, a judge ruled Friday. According to the Duluth News Tribune, Sixth Judicial District Judge Shaun Floerke denied a
If you're up late working on your taxes, there's an oppotunity to view a total lunar eclipse.
The District Heating Project is on indefinite hold and the city has a contract with its employees. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Grand Marais Mayor Larry Carlson.
The county will be installing new daytime strobe units on the new radio/phone tower. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with county Information Systems and Communications Director, Rena Rogers.
The Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has declared 13 lakes in Northeastern Minnesota where its band members will spear walleyes this spring.