The Cook County Ramble that I mentioned last week was a huge success. It brought many of Cook County’s talented musicians to Cascade Lodge Pub to pay musical tribute to the life of Levon H
Great Expectations Charter School is up to full enrollment for the next school year. Their greenhouse is also full ready for the spring plant sale.
This month WTIP begins a series of broadcasts featuring volunteers in the community.
This week on the show, we speak with Grand Marais Playhouse director and cast member Sarah Larsen about the upcoming Spring play "First Baptist of Ivy Gap." We also speak with members of the
Every spring, 5th grade Sawtooth Mountain Elementary students travel to Wolf Ridge Environmental Center for a winter learning experience.
One of our most interesting and adaptable birds is also one of the most commonly found here in the Northland. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with Chel Andersen about ravens.
ISD166 will begin interviewing for a 6-12 Principal. The school board is looking for volunteers to be a the screening panel.
Cook County Higher Education has been successful in getting $18,000 of its funding reinstated.
Cook County Care Partners is hosting a special presentation for caregivers of veterans.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
Research shows we have 2 brains, the one in our head, the other in our gut. How do we access our whole selves to make wise choices?
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week. An endangered river warning was issued this week by a waters watchdog group.
Johnson Loud Jr. is a potter, a painter, and an Episcopal Priest who has served his parish at Prairie Island, Minnesota for 15 years. He is from the Red Lake Ojibwe Reservation in Northern Minnesota.