Flocks of redpolls usually come down from their northern breeding grounds to visit our feeders every winter.
Buck Benson & Ann Possis welcomed John Wright, of Celtic-folk-Americana trio Lehto & Wright, to Studio A Jan. 18. He claims it was his first-ever solo performance. In any case, he plays some gorgeous guitar. The trio appeared at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts in Grand Marais Jan. 19.
This week in Sawtooth Mountain Elementary School News, MN Science Museum instructor Sam Horak discusses how the museum brings its hands-on exhibits to elementary school students in greater MN.
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
What creates inspiration? Marcia explores this subject with her artist husband, Tom Christiansen.
How do we have the courage to show up as our full selves. This encore segment reviews the work of Brene Brown, from her Houston TED talk in 2010.
Lily Gruber-Schulz scored 24 points Friday night to lead the Cook County Viking girls to a 57-54 road basketball win over Carlton.
There once was a saying in northern Minnesota that tourist towns "rolled up the sidewalks after Labor Day," because tourism came to a grinding halt once school began in September.
Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show!
This week on the Youth Show, we speak with cast members of the Cook County High School one-act play, student and musher Jessica Berg-Collman joins us to talk about mushing and the annual Mush for a Cu
This week, Czarina shares one of the saddest poems she's written. It's about young love coming to an end. Listen and enjoy.
Jessica Berg-Collman joined the Youth Radio Project in studio this week to talk about the upcoming Mush for a Cure event in Cook County.
Cook County High School will present a performance of the comedy "We're Not Making This Play Up As We Go- Honest!" by Bradley Walton for this year's one-act play competition in Two H