Dana Logan is a Grand Portage band member who recently visited the protector camps near the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.
This is the week winter arrives, but probably not with a big blizzard, but more like rain and maybe a little snow.
The Department of Natural Resources is closing a 1970s-era fish hatchery because of failing infrastructure and excessive energy consumption.
Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. This was election week and it was also the first week of deer hunting.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
MaryJune and Amelia report the latest school news.
What a difference a couple weeks can make. November has turned uncommonly in the opposite direction of winter along the Gunflint Trail.
There are a number of North Shore events on Friday, Nov. 11 to recognize Veterans Day. Also posted is a story by WTIP’s Rhonda Silence about Veterans Day 2016.
The Cook County Volleyball Team lost at the Minnesota State High School Tournament on Friday afternoon 25-12; 25-18; 25-21.
Several search and rescue units combed the Pine Lake area off the end of the Arrowhead Trail for a missing angler.
The weather continues to please fall lovers, and it’ll remain that way for a few more days, but it may turn colder in a week or so.