According to the National Weather Service, the weather this week will be mixed, but no rain for the trick or treaters on Saturday.
If you see something, say something. Bullying is not okay, for kids or adults. North Shore Morning hosts Randy Eastlund and Sherrie Lindskog spoke with Sara Hadley of Cook County Public He
Herring numbers are low in Lake Superior, according to the Department of Natural Resources. This could impact the way the lake is managed in the future as a fishery.
A new boiler and LP tank, construction progress and a revised logo. WTIP’s Gary Atwood spoke with hospital and care center administrator Kimber Wraalstad.
WTIP volunteer Julie Carlson spoke with Carol Christenson of the National Weather Service in Duluth.
‘Growing Hearts and Minds, One Child at a Time’ – that’s the motto at Great Expectations Charter School in Grand Marais. Tracy Benson speaks with Administrator Peter Jame
Gary Atwood spoke with Commissioner Jan Sivertson after yesterday’s Cook County Commissioner’s meeting
Though we have no shortage of outdoor adventurers who live throughout the WTIP listening area, news reporter Joe Friedrichs recently spoke with a group of Canadian explorers who took the term “o
From keeping your kitchen knives sharp to sourdough bread….to learning to get along without duct tape….the Making It Through Fall sessions at North House have a lot to offer. WTIP v
Cook County's local electric co-op, Arrowhead, recently installed a community solar array, and members can subscribe to the output. We wanted to learn more, so we talked with Prof. Kathryn Milun of the Institute on the Environment and UMD, who has been studying community solar and developed a project called the Solar Commons. You can learn more about Arrowhead's local project here.