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Let's Be Honest - June 11, 2011

How honest are with others?  How honest are with ourselves?  Do we have an increased tolerance for dishonesty?


Tolerating People That Bug Us - June 4, 2011

When we spend our time judging others and talking about others, we lose the real opportunity, to learn more about ourselves.

Gentlemen Hall - (West End native Jacob Michael - center)

Lutsen native Jacob Schmidt and his band, Gentleman Hall

Lutsen native Jacob Schmidt and his band “Gentleman Hall” performed in December at Papa Charlie’s in Lutsen.

The Lake Superior Project / logo by Lauryl Loberg

LSProject: Voices from the Lake

In our broadcast area, we sit on one of the biggest resources in the world: Lake Superior.

Ice fishing spring bobber

Local Fish Report for January 6, 2012

According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, ice fishing has started out at a crawl.

Radon Test Kit

Radon: A Silent Killer

January is National Radon Awareness Month.  It's estimated that 1 in 3 Minnesota homes have elevated levels of radon, which can be a serious health risk.  In this interview, WTIP volunteer T

Late night broomball at Sawbill Outfitters

West End News Jan. 5

I was pleased to read that Tofte Township was moving ahead with plans for a new cell tower. The same article mentioned that a new cell tower is also being planned for Taconite Harbor.

Community Connections plan with holding pond option

City Park Board discusses modified “Connections” plan

There’s a comparably effective but substantially less costly plan on the table for treating storm water runoff at the Grand Marais Recreation Park.


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Wed, 01/04/2012 - 10:14am

We’re getting very excited for the launch of the Lake Superior Project! The first segment airs this Friday during our AM Community Calendar program.

Great Lakes ore boat

Great Lakes research center gets study grant

A Twin Ports research institute will study environmental issues facing shipping and Great Lakes marine transportation under a five-year agreement with the federal government.

Lonnie at the headwall

Dupre suffers minor frostbite on Denali

Grand Marais adventurer Lonnie Dupre suffered minor frostbite on six fingers Monday after carrying supplies to the top of an 800-foot slope on Alaska’s Mount McKinley.

National Weather Service

Mild weather to continue into new year

It’s been the warmest and driest December in many years in the Arrowhead.

A dirt road with fresh snow / photo from

Gunflint Notebook: Running With Moose

In this edition of the Gunflint Notebook, Steve delves into a story about his morning routine that’s anything but ordinary.

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