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Scott Harrison

WTIP’s Third Thursday features Cook County businessman Scott Harrison

Join WTIP’s Jay Andersen for “Scott Harrison – the business of Cook County business” -- this month’s Third Thursday Community Conversation.


Sheriff Mark Falk

Social Host ordinance in effect for prom

The past month has been reasonably quiet for law enforcement. WTIP’s Jay Andersen talks with Cook County Sheriff Mark Falk about the social host ordinance, fishing opener and fireworks.


Cook County Higher Education

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300 W 3rd Street
Grand Marais, MN 55604
United States
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218-387-3411
Fishing opener

Minn. Senate OKs hunting and fishing fee hikes

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Senate has voted to raise fees for hunting and fishing licenses.


Kimber Wraalstad

Hospital to improve "swing bed" availability

Swing beds in the Care Center, Discussion and planning for elderly sustainable housing, a recent eye clinic and strategic planning for Cook County North Shore Hospital and Care Center.


Beth Schwarz

ISD166 moves ahead with hybrid school calendar

ISD 166 moves ahead with a revised school calendar. Some work needs to be done on buildings and the school board keeps a couple of smaller classes.


Carol Christenson

Warmer weather, but not summer yet

Warmer weather, but still it’s April, so the overnight lows won’t be balmy. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with meteorologist Carol Christenson about the week’s forecast.


Vintage radio

WTIP Weekend News Roundup for April 21

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.


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Saint Anyway brings alt-grass tunes to The Roadhouse

Dave Seaton & Buck Benson hosted alt-grass band Saint Anyway on Apr. 6. Jamie Kallestad, Tony Petersen, and Dane Levinski make up the band, which originated in Carlton County in northern Minnesota.


Spring (Photo by Stephan Hoglund)

Sally Nankivell, Scott Harrison & Frank Moe featured on Almanac North

Sally Nankivell, Scott Harrison and Frank Moe were interviewed on PBS's Almanac North program about tourism in Cook County (Interview starts at about 14:10).


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