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.
Local naturalist and retired teacher Larry Weber joins us each Saturday morning to share his observations on what's going on in the great outdoors.
Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.
GRAND MARAIS AREA
Utah's Watsatch Range is known as a skiing mecca, where a winter's accumulation of snow may measure 500 inches or more.
The Forest Service is currently accepting public comments on a proposal for forest vegetation management in the mid Gunflint Trail area. The Lima Green Project area encompasses nearly 49,000 acr
Do your children hang out with kids older than they are? This common occurrence often concerns parents. But what if kids are just trying to find friends with common interests?
While biking may be a quintessential summer activity, for Youth Radio Project Junior Shawn Neuwirth it is a nightmare.
The state government shutdown is hitting close to home. Fishermen’s Picnic is just around the corner.
Harriet Boostrom Taus shares stories of the early days & her pioneer parents, Charlie and Petra Boostrom-
Harriet Boostrom Taus, one of the children of Cook County pioneers Charlie and Petra Boostrom, visited with Buck recently about her parents and the early days of the Gunflint Trail. Her father came to Cook County 100 years ago this month.
Bob spoke July 8 with Duluth News-Tribune outdoors writer Sam Cook about how the state shutdown is affecting fishing, state parks, conservation efforts, and more.