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Moose calf collaring begins

Biologists have begun collaring moose calves in the second phase of a study to determine why Minnesota's moose population is declining so rapidly.


Marriage Equality

West End News: May 16

Every year, here at Sawbill Outfitters, we outfit a group of college freshmen from Nebraska Wesleyan University.  It’s a summer seminar on wilderness and we’ve really enjoyed working


Commissioner Sue Hakes

County Board hears School Trust Land details

Transportation Improvement plans, School Trust Land exchange, hiring a County Administrators and fixing up the historic Gunflint Trail sign.


Seate Majority Leader Tom Bakk

Legislature is set to act on taxes

The Minnesota House and Senate are poised to vote on a final tax package yet this week.


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Creating a global tapestry of climate stories from around the world

  Buck chatted May 10 with Prof. Aaron Doering of the Learning Technologies program at the U of MN. He recently returned from a two-week expedition in the Canadian Arctic, leading a crew of five whose mission is to work with Arctic communities to tell their climate change stories. The project is called North of Sixty.


Jerry Lilja

Jerry Lilja

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2012

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Gwen Danfelt

Gwen Danfelt

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2010

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Fred Smith

Fred Smith

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2008

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CJ Heithoff

CJ Heithoff

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1999

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Anne McKinsey

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2009

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Carl Solander

Carl Solander

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2004

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Buck Benson

Buck Benson

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even before WTIP officially went on the air in 1998, starting out as a member of the board. 


Tune in for the Youth PM Show Thursdays at 5 p.m.

Youth Show May 9

This week on the Youth Show, it's prom time! We re-listen to some prom commentaries from the Youth Radio Project archive and play some tunes to get you ready for the dance this weekend.


Meteorologist Carol Christenson

Spring creeps in slowly

Looks like the snow squalls may be over and warmer weather is on the way. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson about spring creeping into the Northland.


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