Local News

The Presque Isle: Great Lakes Tug

Presque Isle on Spring Break?

Tug and icebreaker activity has been visible off shore in the Grand Marais area.  WTIP’s Debbie Benedict spoke with Jim Sharrow of the Duluth Seaway Port Authority who t


Sue Hakes

Hakes receives Bush Fellowship as "exceptional leader"

Cook County Commissioner Sue Hakes is a 2014 recipient of the Bush Foundation’s leadership fellowship.


Getting Home Canned Goods to Market...Safely

Cook County Extension is co-hosting a webinar Friday March 28th on the home preparation of canned goods for commercial sale.  If you’re thinking about selling your home cann


Mysteries of Lake Superior

Mysteries of Lake Superior, from Top to Bottom

The Lake Superior Binational Forum hosts ‘the Mysteries of Lake Superior, from Top to Bottom’, Friday March 28th.  It&rsquo


Culvert

Proper culvert installation important for watershed

There will be culvert installation workshops in Beaver Bay and Schroeder April 7 & 8.


Radio on the move

Weekend News Roundup for March 22

Each week the WTIP news team puts together a roundup of the week's news. A dead wolf, oil pipeline hearing and fuss over the EPA: this and much more…all in this week’s news.


Sawtooth Mountain Students on a Snowshoe Hike

Sawtooth Elementary Kindergarten Snowshoe Hike

On a warm February day, Sawtooth Elementary kindergarten students spent the afternoon snowshoeing and practicing their five senses in the outdoors.


WTIP

Tower work will temporarily affect WTIP transmitter power

Over the next several weeks Verizon Wireless will be constructing a replacement tower in close proximity to WTIP’s main broadcast antenna above Grand Marais.


Meteorologist Mike Stewart

Weather: snow on the way

Unfortunately winter still insists upon staying onstage, even though spring is supposed to be waiting in the wings.


WTIP

WTIP wins four AP news awards

Winners in the 2013 Minnesota Associated Press Broadcasters news contest have been announced. WTIP will take home four at the Midwest Journalism Conference in Bloomington on March 28.