Referring to it as a real wake-up call, Cook County Commissioner Bob Fenwick talked to WTIP about the effects of losing landline telephone, internet and cell phone communication for over 11 hours o
Cook County Commissioners are sending a support letter to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Sawtooth Elementary kids are reading extra books these days, and they’re doing it to help out seniors at the Grand Marais Senior Center.
People along the North Shore on Tuesday found themselves reverting to a pre-Internet and telephone world after a damaged fiber-optic line in Duluth shut down communications.
Recent changes in Minnesota Pollution Control Agency rules have put a halt to Cook County’s efforts to revise the septic system ordinance.
They are not your typical peg-legged swashbucklers. They’re a theatre troupe that will be teaching the kids at Sawtooth Elementary all about good nutrition, health and hygiene.
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The state of Minnesota is moving toward what’s being called a “redesign” in government.
Cook County Commissioners are not going forward with revisions to the septic system ordinance until they know where the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency stands.
Minnesota’s U.S. Senator Al Franken recently returned from Afghanistan and shares his experience with WTIP in an interview with Jay Andersen on DayBreak. Sen.