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West End News: March 27

A couple of weeks ago, Cook County Higher Education met with businesses in the West End to explore training and education needs for people who work in the West End. Leadership training for manage


Paul and Larry

Anishinaabe Way: Harvest Educational Learning Project

The Harvest Educational Learning Project (HELP) is located in the
Penokee Range in Northern Wisconsin, at the site of the proposed Gogebic


Planets

Northern Sky: Spring Planets

Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.


Great Expectations Charter School

School News from Great Expectations: March 21

Lucy and Gabe report the latest school news. 


Sue Hakes

Hakes receives Bush Fellowship as "exceptional leader"

Cook County Commissioner Sue Hakes is a 2014 recipient of the Bush Foundation’s leadership fellowship.


Getting Home Canned Goods to Market...Safely

Cook County Extension is co-hosting a webinar Friday March 28th on the home preparation of canned goods for commercial sale.  If you’re thinking about selling your home cann


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The Clearwater Hot Club brings gypsy jazz to The Roadhouse

Buck & Dick welcomed the Clearwater Hot Club to Studio A March 21 for some hot jazz on a cold night. The band is Sam Miltich, Matthew Miltich, Mike Miller & Gary Schulte. They were in town to perform at the DuLutsen Music & Ski Festival at Lutsen Mountain.


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Study finds using treadmill while working can improve productivity...and health

Buck spoke Mar. 21 with Prof. Darla Hamann of the School of Urban and Public Affairs at the U of Texas, Arlington. She's the co-author of a recent study showing that walking while you work may boost your productivity as well as benefit your health.


Mysteries of Lake Superior

Mysteries of Lake Superior, from Top to Bottom

The Lake Superior Binational Forum hosts ‘the Mysteries of Lake Superior, from Top to Bottom’, Friday March 28th.  It&rsquo


Night Sky

Evidence found for first tremors of the Big Bang

Prof. Clem Pryke is a physics and astronomy professor and experimental cosmologist at the U of MN, and one of the principal investigators on the team that recently discovered evidence of cosmic inflation, proof of the first moments of time after the Big Bang. Prof. Pryke joined Dick Swanson recently to explain what they found and why it's so important.


Culvert

Proper culvert installation important for watershed

There will be culvert installation workshops in Beaver Bay and Schroeder April 7 & 8.


Radio on the move

Weekend News Roundup for March 22

Each week the WTIP news team puts together a roundup of the week's news. A dead wolf, oil pipeline hearing and fuss over the EPA: this and much more…all in this week’s news.


Sawtooth Elementary Kindergarten Snowshoe Hike

On a warm February day, Sawtooth Elementary kindergarten students spent and afternoon with parent and U.S.

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Sawtooth Mountain Students on a Snowshoe Hike

Sawtooth Elementary Kindergarten Snowshoe Hike

On a warm February day, Sawtooth Elementary kindergarten students spent the afternoon snowshoeing and practicing their five senses in the outdoors.


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