Cook County Schools, ISD166 is considering a second attempt for an operating levy referendum scheduled for Election Day, November 8th.
Earth Day is on April 22 this year, and in recognition of that a group led by local youths in the community went out to pick up trash on the shores of Lake Superior in Grand Marais.
Sophia, Kalina and Gus report the latest news from Birch Grove Community School in Tofte.
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune issued their annual “Best of Minnesota” article last week and the West End made the list twice.
Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk is embroiled in a controversy over a mining resolution discussed and not acted upon by the county board. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with the District 3 Senat
A group of four women are planning a trip from Seagull Lake at the end of the Gunflint Trail to Hudson Bay this summer.
There was an open house Tuesday, April 19 at the Cook County Community Center to discuss the DNR’s Lake Superior Fisheries Management Plan in Minnesota.
A public-information request has been made from a member of the Minnesota Senate Republican Caucus for all of the Cook County Commissioners to turn over any emails, text messages, and social media con
It’s a tiny organism that’s infiltrated many Minnesota lakes causing large disruptions in the aquatic biomass even here in Cook County. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with aqu
YMCA Camp Menogyn up the Gunflint Trail has some changes to the management staff.
Dental care is an important part of the concept of total health care. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with clinic CEO Rita Plourde and health care foundation director Karl Hansen about an
Painter Jan Attridge has been doing portraits of Cook County people working at their work and sharing their lives with their pets.
Lake Superior is up two inches in April from where it was in 2015. What does this mean on bigger scope and why are water levels important in Lake Superior?
Join Host Kristin Wharton for lively and informative conversations about food and health.
The issue of Bent Paddle Beer being removed from the city-owned liquor store in Silver Bay continues to stir controversy. This time, it comes in the form of a new fire truck.