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Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux

City Council has packed agenda for most recent meeting

Support for a local dairy, considering tennis courts and the on-going public restroom issue. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Grand Marais Mayor Jay Arrowsmith DeCoux.

Leroy Creech and Judge James Creech

'Music from the Tip 'O the Arrowhead' exhibit opens May 24

Music from the Tip O’ the Arrowhead is the new exhibit planned at the Cook County Historical Society.

Dave Tersteeg

Rec Park open for business May 1 -- or before

Things are gearing up for summer at the Grand Marais Rec Park. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with park manager Dave Tersteeg

Devil Track Resort

Karli Wiinanen explains crowd funding project

Crowd funding is growing in popularity with people looking to start or continue a business. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Karli Wiinanen about her venture with Devil Track Lodge.

Rep. Rick Nolan

Rep. Nolan talks steel dumping and its effect on the Iron Range

Illegal steel dumping is taking its toll on the Iron Range. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with 8th District Congressman Rep. Rick Nolan.

Jenni Bowring McDonough

MNsure special enrollment period ends April 30

MNsure has a special enrollment period now through the end of April. The non-insured penalty increases, so you may want to avoid that.

Update from Violence Prevention Center

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month…and also Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Woody Gilk

'Technology and Nonprofits' is April 8 Brown Bag Lunch topic

"Technology and Nonprofits" will be this week's topic at Brown Bag Lunch Wednesday, hosted by the Cook County Community Fund in partnership with Cook County Higher Education.

Gordon Thorne

15th Annual Fingerstyle Masters Weekend starts April 10

This weekend’s 5th annual Fingerstyle Masters Weekend offers fiddle and guitar workshops, and a Saturday concert.

Vermillion-tipped paddle used in voyageur ceremonies

LSProject: Could Grand Portage mercury levels be linked to the fur trade?

The Grand Portage National Monument area has higher levels of mercury than other parks around the Great Lakes.