Each week the WTIP news department puts together a roundup of the weeks top news stories.
October 3rd the Cook County Vikings travel to Eveleth to take on the Eveleth-Gilbert Golden Bears. In this feature head coach Mitch Dorr discusses tonight's game.
Many of us are unaware of the potential impact the current oil boom may have on our area.
From Where's Waldo? to The Invisible Man, many books are targets of censorship.
As part of North House Folk School's Family & Intergenerational Learning Weekend, instructor Mary Cowen will be offering her class ‘Felting for Families’ on Saturday, Oct
September is National Suicide Awareness Month, and it's important to be aware of the complex issues surrounding suicide.
Sivertson Gallery is hosting ‘Do You Raku? We Do!’ on Saturday October 4th from 10am to 3pm. WTIP volunteer Mary Manning spoke with C.J.
Will Moore talks with David Howe of North Shore Timber Products Services to talk about the factors contributing to this season's low supply of firewood.
The Johnson Heritage Post in Grand Marais will be featuring “Five Generations of Art” in a new exhibit that runs through November 2.
The North Shore Music Association will be featuring a silent auction in addition to a concert by John Mark Nelson and his 4-piece band at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts.