Grand Marais explorer Lonnie Dupre’s website reported Wednesday morning that after “another wonderful day on Denali,” he arrived at his camp at 14,200 feet early Tuesdayevening
Buck chatted recently with seasonal residents John & Maddy MacIndoe, just back from a National Geographic excursion to Antarctica for their 40th anniversary. They shared wonderful stories about all they saw, including penguins, whales, and much more.
Ann Possis visited with Washburn, Wisc., musician and artist Marlin Ledin Jan. 18 about his project to record the ice sounds of Lake Superior, both to preserve them and as an inspiration for his music. The interview includes several segments of those recordings. He was in Grand Marais to speak at North House Folk School the next evening. You can learn more about him, his music, and his field recordings here.
Travis Payer is Nebraska Ho Chunk and Bad River Ojibwe. He has lived in the Minneapolis St. Paul area his whole life and has been a Minneapolis Fire Fighter for 17 years.
The second of The Four Agreements by Miguel Ruiz is "Don't Take It Personally". The more I learn about shadow and projection, the more I understand your reaction to me may h
They’re small, fast and can be a big help to gardeners. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with naturalist Chel Anderson about short tailed shrews.
Susan Wolff works with paper in a very special way. She hand crafts cards that are elegant and simple.
Do you have an advance directive in place? Maybe yours is called a health care directive, or a living will.
The hospital board met last week in special session. They’ve decided to look ahead to changes in their facility and program improvements.
There are two things hospitals ask when you’re being admitted – the first is about your insurance, the second is whether you have a health care directive.
Kari O’Brien, a student teacher assigned to Lorelei Livingston’s 3rd grade class, has just begun her experience at Sawtooth Mountain Elementary. In this week's edition of Sawtoot
Sunday night's report from Grand Marais explorer Lonnie Dupre says he had 18 hours of sleep that was only briefly interrupted by two feet of snow that accumulated overnight and h