“Blue Zones: Secrets of a Long Life” will be featured at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts on Monday, March 23. WTIP volunteer Julie Carlson spoke with Tony Buettner of the Blue Zones
The Lake Superior Binational Forum recently lost its EPA funding, and as a result WTIP will lose one of its monthly voices, that of Lissa Radke, coordinator with the Forum. WTIP host Joey De
The Lutsen Township Board recently held their annual meeting and elections on March 10.
“Once Upon a Folktale” is a storytelling class being offered at North House Folk School. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with instructor
We often rely on road salts for winter driving safety, but their use is controversial. In this edition of the Lake Superior Project, we learn about the impact of these salts on the environment.
A resolution regarding Lake View Dairy, progress on hiring an administrator and a busy West End. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Ginny Storlie about this week’s County Bo
From throat singing to original Canadian Inuit prints, soapstone carvings and Native Alaskan sculptures, the 15th annual Inuit Premiere opens this weekend at Sivertson Gallery in Grand Marais. WT
The Cook County Board has voted on a resolution to support the rights of Lake View Dairy in their conflict with the state’s department of agriculture…but not the resolution with which the
The Northwoods Food Project was founded eight years ago and is working to develop programs to increase local food production.
There’s a new plan to help area retailers collaborate and engage with the community. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Suzanne Sherman and Jill Terrill on North Shore Morning.