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Cobi sings the national anthem Oct. 15 at US Bank Stadium. All photos by Joe Friedrichs

Singer with Cook County ties stuns crowd during Vikings game

Cook County High School graduate and national recording artist Cobi sang the national anthem Oct.

Superstitions come in many forms

Why are we superstitious? Expert talks to us on Friday the 13th

Did you give Friday the 13th a second thought? Or maybe you have other superstitions. Dr. Stuart Vyse is a psychologist, and the author of "Believing in Magic: The Psychology of Superstition," and he chatted with Dave all about it.

Michael Monroe, Studio A

Michael Monroe returns to The Roadhouse

Local favorite, singer-songwriter Michael Monroe, stopped by The Roadhouse to chat and share a few tunes. He's busy right now working on the Acoustic Grooves Concert, a fundraiser for Arrowhead Animal Rescue, at the ACA Sun., Oct. 29. Check WTIP's music calendar for more info.

from left: Ningiukulu Teevee, Taqralik Partridge, Nina Segalowitz

Artists, singers from this year's Inuit Premiere stop by The Roadhouse

Every year, Sivertson Gallery holds the Inuit Premiere, featuring Inuit art and throat singing. This year's featured artist, Ningiukulu Teevee, and throat singers Taqralik Partridge and Nina Segalowitz, joined CJ to talk about their work and to demonstrate the art of throat singing.

Moose in Superior National Forest

Filmmaker finds sudden fame with video of wolf attacking a moose

A filmmaker based in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Dan Nystedt, recently captured a stunning video of a wolf attacking a moose in a remote lake in the wilds of Ontario.

Cobi sings national anthem at Packers vs. Vikings game

Cook County High School graduate and national recording artist Cobi, who was born and raised in Cook County, sang the national anthem during a football game Oct. 15 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

IRFFA members Grant Merrit and Sally Connoly visiting at an Island gathering.

Isle Royale families have strong ties to Island

Isle Royale, the small island laying about 15 miles offshore from Grand Portage, was once home to a thriving community of fishermen and their families, as well as resort and cabin visitors.  Isle

Lake Superior Project

LSProject: Lake Superior no longer the clearest of the Great Lakes

After an impressive and lengthy run at the top, Lake Superior is no longer the clearest of the Great Lakes.

Listening to the radio

Weekend News Roundup for October 14

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. More lakes and streams are added to the impaired list, but Poplar River is off. Enbridge Energy fights back.

Northern Sky: Oct 14 - 28

Northern Sky:  Oct 14-28 2017

Deane  Morrison is a science writer at the University  of Minnesota.

Caravan du Nord is rolling into town

Caravan du Nord hits the North Shore

This Saturday, the Minnesota Music Coalition and the North Shore Music Association present Caravan Du Nord - A Traveling Showcase of Minnesota Music!

Mayor Jay Arrowsmith Decoux

Mayor talks about public works, stormwater management

The Grand Marais City Council meets the second and last Wednesdays of each month. Grand Marais Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux stopped by the studio to talk about what was on the agenda.

Tofte man injured in propane explosion

An emergency call went out to Lutsen First Responders and Cook County Ambulance at 8:22 this morning. A party had been burned by a propane explosion and was being driven to the Lutsen Fire Hall.

Ningiukulu Teevee mixes ink for her raven print

Annual Inuit Premiere strengthens artistic bonds

The Annual Inuit Premiere at Sivertson Gallery brings an international flavor to the North Shore.

Wildersmith on the Gunflint October 13

WTIP News     October 13, 2017     Wildersmith on the Gunflint     by     Fred Smith

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