Heavy rains yesterday flooded parts of Grand Marais where the National Weather Service reported up to three inches fell in two hours.
Fern’s may not have blossoms, but they still contribute to the north woods beautiful forest foliage. WTIPs Jay Andersen spoke to local naturalist Chel Anderson about local fern growth.
Tadpoles are the special young of frogs. They’re real survivors with some interesting strategies and defenses.
Summer is flying by as we have reached the midpoint of July with the full “half-way moon,” all on this same weekend.
Hot. Humid. Rain and flooding – all a part of weather on the North Shore this week. And there’s more to come.
Ann Possis spoke recently with Rich Harwood, founder/president of the Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, and author of "Why We're Here: The Powerful Impact of Public Broadcasters When They Turn Outward," about WTIP's focus on community engagement.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has called a special legislative session in the hope of ending the state's nearly three-week government shutdown.
Folks driving down the hill into Finland on Hwy 1 will notice a big change on the side of the Finland Co-op store – a new mural has been completed.
If you’re smelling smoke in Cook County this week, it’s blowing down from huge wildfires burning to the north.
Artist Open House is a feature series about local visual artists, the art they do and why they do it. WTIP’s Jay Andersen has this profile of Lutsen sculptor Tom Christiansen.
U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack says he’s being pressured into starting his re-election campaign earlier than he’d expected.
Kristin Garey is pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hovland. Her father was the 31st governor of Minnesota, Karl Rolvaag and her grandfather was a famous Norwegian immigrant novelist.