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Mary Ellen Ashcroft

"Mapping Mystery" theme for "unexpected" art

“Mapping Mystery” is the title of an art exhibit set to open next month at the JHP.


Chel Anderson

WRAPS watershed collaborartion: why the watershed is important to Lake Superior

Watershed Restoration and Protection Strategies or WRAPS is the local response to a pilot project to put together a comprehensive watershed plan for the north shore.


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Kids Plus

Kids Plus in Cook County

Kids Plus raises money for youth activities in Cook County, and has a new partner, the Cook County Community YMCA.  North Shore Morning host Mary Manning learns more from Kids Plus boar


Gus and Maggie

Gus' Wild Side - Cache Lake Country

Gus' Wild Side is a regular feature on Lake County Journal, heard on the fourth Thursday of each month from 7 to 8 p.m.


Birch Grove

Birch Grove School News - February 19

Arlo and Chloe share the latest School News.


Birch Grove in the West End

West End Community Conversation, Wednesday at Birch Grove

Every community offers opportunities and challenges.  This Wednesday evening there’s a chance for West End folks to gather for discussion.  North Shore Morning host Jana Berka learns m


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Cal Hand & Amanda Hand play The Roadhouse

Buck & Dick welcomed steel guitar and dobro master Cal Hand, and his singer-songwriter daughter Amanda Hand, to The Roadhouse Feb. 14. Cal, longtime performer on A Prairie Home Companion, was in town for a new North Shore Music Association event, "The Grand Marais Ole Opry." They chatted and played some gorgeous music.


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New study shows too much sugar is bad for your heart--cardiologist explains

It's appropriate that on Valentine's Day, Buck spoke with Dr. Daniel Duprez, an interventional cardiologist at the U of MN, about a study just published in the Journal of the American Medical Association showing that consuming too much sugar increases your risk of cardiovascular disease. Learn all about it here...but rest assured, a bit of dark chocolate is still good for you.


Bull moose

Minnesota’s moose population trend shows no significant change

Aerial moose survey results for 2014 show no significant change in Minnesota’s moose population even though more animals were seen than last year.


Grand Marais Ole Opry

Local Music Project: The Grand Marais Ole Opry

The North Shore Music Association presented the first ever Grand Marais Ole Opry on Saturday, February 15, 2014.  WTIP Classic Country host, Carl Solander, emceed the event which featured four ac


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Weekend Outdoors with Larry Weber: February 15th

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.


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Weekend News Roundup for February 15

Each week the WTIP news team puts togeather a roundup of the week's news. Mining, feeding deer, the frozen Great Lakes, gypsy moths and much more…all in this week’s news.


Great Expectations Charter School

Great Expectations School News - February 13

Sylvia and Chloe share the latest from the Bear Cubs, Fawns, Wolves, Lynx and Otters. 


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West End News: February 13

One of the fun things about surfing the internet is stumbling across a random news story that hits home for one reason or another.  This morning, I was delighted to find a television news feature


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