Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. The MPCA will change water sulfate standards. Dead netted fish found in Lake Superior.
Hard to believe month one is almost history. It’s fading as fast as our winter has over the past several days. The weather outside’s been frightfully warm.
The Grand Marais Playhouse invites everyone to enjoy the latest youth theater production, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.
The City of Grand Marais is completing a visioning plan survey and the response has been large.
The January thaw is slowly receding and the weather feels more like late January. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Joe Moore
I know I’m not the first to tell you but, the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon is all set to make its way through our lovely West End again this year, starting on Sunday, January 29.
The Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency (AEOA) is taking part in a national effort to record the number of homeless people in the area.
There were varying opinions expressed by Cook County residents on Tuesday, Jan. 25 regarding a proposed housing project in Lutsen.
Lucas, Katie, and Alivia report the latest school news.
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Workforce housing is a big issue in Cook County and the commissioners heard opinions on it from the public and discussed funding support at length at their recent meeting.
It’s strategic planning time at Sawtooth Mountain Clinic. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with clinic CEO Rita Plourde about “whole person health care” and new services.