Take a listen to this week's "Mystery Noise," a new feature on the Thursday PM Youth Show this summer!
In America, we have many different traditions. Thanksgiving, the Olympics, the Superbowl. But how do we know when traditions should end?
Last Saturday, the traditional Dragonboat festival took place in the Grand Marais Harbor. Ben and David Seaton of Hungry Jack Outfitters participated in the race.
Fishermen's Picnic is one of the biggest traditions in Cook County.
The tradition of Christmas isn’t something you think about much during the summertime.
This week’s Youth Show: Traditions!
According to our fishing expert Jon Muhich of Buck’s Hardware, It’s still the big lake where the action is.
The Banadad Trail Association is undertaking a fundraising campaign to construct a new section of the trail and enlarge the parking area on the trail’s west end.
The Minnesota Department of Education released statewide assessment results today showing that students in grades 3 – 8 are making gains in reading and math.
In this edition of "The Best of Ourselves" with Marcia Hyatt - we are not wired to savor the positive moments in our life, yet if we do, we can cul
In this edition of "The Best of Ourselves" with Marcia Hyatt - How do we hold our hearts open when people disappoint us or see things differently than us?
The Joe Paulik Band stopped by The Roadhouse July 27 to chat and play a few songs. Joe Paulik is on guitar and vocals, Jessi Nicholson sings, and John Mianowski plays bass guitar. Drummer Rick Brandenburg and fiddler Max Bichel joined them later that evening at the Raven's Nest above the Gun Flint Tavern in Grand Marais.
Amy Shaw, senior VP at Nine Network of Public Media, St. Louis, visited Grand Marais recently. Bob spoke with her July 27 about what community engagement is, and why it's essential for public radio and TV to keep community engagement at the center of all they do.
Lodging tax revenues for the sixth month of 2012 were up compared to June of last year county-wide.
River rescues, a Dragon Boat capsizes and we’re into Fisherman’s Picnic.