Despite the recent snowfall throughout much of northern Minnesota, snowmobile trails are not yet ready for riding, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
This weekend, reknowned indie band Cloud Cult will perform at the William Kelley High School Auditorium in Silver Bay, and the young people on the Northern Lake County Arts Board were instrumental in
The Cook County Historical Society recently took possession of the orginal Fresnel lens from the Grand Marais lighthouse.
It’s heading toward the end of the year and that means winding up official business for the City of Grand Marais.
Sawtooth Mt. Clinic still has flu vaccine and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants you to use it up.
The North Shore Commercial Fishing Museum in Tofte is hosting its 3rd Annual Storytelling Dinner this Saturday, December 1st at Lutsen Resort on Lake Superior.
In this edition of WTIP's ongoing historical series, Moments in Time, we hear the story of The Beaver House, a mom and pop bait and tackle shop that's been a fixture on the corner of Broadway
The county gave the go-ahead to two issues of general obligation bonds. Commissioner Fritz Sobanja explained how bond issuances work.
It’s been all over the news for weeks –“the fiscal cliff.” WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Sen.
Cliffs Natural Resources will idle part of its Silver Bay operation due to a slow down in the iron ore market.
You’ve seen those mushrooms growing like shelves on trees. They’re not dead, they’re alive and doing interesting things.
Ann Possis visited Nov. 23 with polar adventurer, educator, guide, and former Cook County resident Eric Larsen about his upcoming adventure, Cycle South. Eric, the first person to reach both the North and South Poles and Mt. Everest in a single year, will start in mid-December to pedal from the edge of Antarctica to the South Pole on a fat tire bike. You can follow his adventures here. Outside Magazine has a great article about it, too.
Cook County Sheriff Mark Falk announced important recognitions due three people involved in the courthouse shooting of December last year.
Buck chatted Nov. 23 with Paula Johnson, curator at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., about their brand-new exhibit, "Food: Transforming the American Table 1950-2000," which features Julia Child's kitchen, among other things. The exhibit examines some of the big changes in food and wine in postwar America.