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Superior National Forest Update: October 16

Hi.  I’m Cathy Peterson, administrative assistant for the Tofte Ranger District, with this week’s edition of the National Forest Update -  information on conditions affecting tra

Later fall

Cool weekend but warmer to start the new week

Could be a cool weekend with a little rain — even mixed with snow, but not to worry, there’s warm weather left in the forecast.

Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux

City comprehensive planning continues to be a council priority

The City of Grand Marais is putting a priority on comprehensive planning -- to include Moving Matters.  WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux about planning and a new c

West End News: October 15

As I write this, there is only one car in the parking lot here at Sawbill.  The busiest canoeing season in recent years is finally coming to a close.  The North Shore resorts are still hoppi

April McCormick

Anishinaabe Way: The Inherent Right of Sovereignty, Part 1

In Part I of the six part series, "The Inherent Right of Sovereignty, in the Words and Experiences of Anishinaabe People," we are introduced to Professor Jill Doerfler, the Head of the Ameri


Eric Weicht's solo journey kayaking the shores of Lake Superior

Eric Weicht is a former Hungry Jack Outfitters employee and recent college graduate who recently circumnavigated Lake Superior by himself via kayak. He shares stories of his adventure with Ann Possis.

Dave on the drums

Drummer Dave MacLean featured on Artist Open House

Artist Open House is a place where creative people talk about their work in their own words. Not just what they do, but why and what inspires them to continue.


EDA hears of AEOA energy assistance

Energy assistance, the ISD166 operating levy, a job opening and a board position vacancy.

Update from the Cook County Historical Society

Director Carrie McHugh gives an update on what's happening at the Cook County Historical Society.

Birch Grove Community School

School News from Birch Grove: October 13

Sophia reports the latest School News.

'Crockpot Cooking' class offered in October

Crockpot cooking is a food skill that can help families who don’t have a lot of time to cook but would like to enjoy more home-cooked meals.

AEOA offers energy assistance to local residents

The Cook County Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency (AEOA) can help local residents with winter fuel bills.

Photo by Sue Hakes

County board proclaims Indigenous People’s Day

Extended applause from the overflow crowd greeted the adoption by the Cook County Board of a proclamation declaring “the second Monday in October shall be recognized exclusively as Indigenous Pe

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