Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week. Tall ships return to Duluth, Rep.
The Grand Portage Native Fish Hatchery has been producing and rearing coaster brook trout, a native Lake Superior fish, since 2007.
Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show!
This week on the show, we were joined in the studio by CCHS Baseball Team Coach Jorgenson, along with team members Colin Everson, Joe Borud, and Thomas Anderson.
Teacher Sarah Malkovich has been working with her students over the past few weeks to write "This I Believe" essays as part of her exploratory class.
Czarina is a Youth Radio Project producer and poet. Each week, she shares an original poem on the Youth Show. In this week's poem, she shares the story of a prisoner being freed.
Soon, all middle school students in the state of Minnesota will begin standardized comprehension tests in math, reading, and science. In this edition of School News, Cook County School’s t
The time has come for House and Senate committees to start assigning dollars to programs that will eventually result in a new budget. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Rep.
The Minnesota House and Senate are honing in the last few weeks of the session. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Sen. Tom Bakk about crafting a final budget.
The Grand Marais Recreation Park is just a month away from opening for a busy summer. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with park manager Dave Tersteeg about trails, softball and golf.
Dr. Seth Moore is Director of Biology and Environment with the Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
The Cook County Broadband Commission has teamed up with Higher Ed to make computers more available locally.
Lodging tax revenues for the second month of 2013 were up compared to February of last year county-wide.
Buck chatted Mar. 29 with Dan Mallin, co-founder of the MN Cup, about this competition for breakthrough business ideas, now in its ninth year. Dan talks about why it's important, how the competition works, and what's in it for the entrepreneur.
World Book Night is April 23--learn how one organization is spreading the love of reading, person to person-
Carl Lennertz, executive director of World Book Night U.S., spoke with Buck Mar. 29 about World Book Night, held April 23 each year. The night is a celebration of books and reading, when 25,000 passionate volunteers across America give a total of half a million books within their communities to those who don’t regularly read.