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Gypsy Moth Quarantine Proposed for Lake and Cook Counties

The state of Minnesota is planning to impose a quarantine to limit the spread of destructive gypsy moths. This will affect residents and travelers in Northeast Minnesota.


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MNsure catching on in Cook County

The Minnesota Insurance Exchange known as MNsure has drawn over 300 Cook County residents to the Sawtooth Mountain Clinic for assistance with enrollment.  WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with the clinic


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Warmer weather on the way

The really cold weather is about to depart and we might even see temps in the 20s in a day or two.  WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Steve Gohde.


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Weekend News Roundup for February 8

Each week the WTIP news staff puts together a roundup of the news over the past five days. Forest restoration, Asian carp, collared moose and more…all in this week’s news.


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CarePartners offerings

Care Partners has a lot to offer.  WTIP volunteer Sherrie Lindskog spoke with Kay Grindland of Care Partners on North Shore Morning.


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Outdoor writer Sam Cook looks at the declining deer harvest in the Arrowhead

Sam Cook is an outdoor writer for the Duluth News Tribune.


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Secretary Mark Ritchie explains state caucuses

Caucuses are the grass roots of the democratic process regardless of the party you choose.  North Shore Morning host Mark Abrahamson spoke with Secretary of State Mark Ritchie about the Tues


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AEOA Offers Financial Assistance for Heating Costs

On Monday, Governor Mark Dayton issued an Emergency Executive Order declaring a Peacetime State of Emergency in Minnesota in response to a severe shortage of propane and other home heating fuel suppli


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Weekend News Roundup for February 1

Each week the WTIP news staff puts together a roundup of the news over the past five days. The current propane crisis and mining issues…all in this week’s news.