Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. A new Human Services director is hired by the county. Cliffs vows to buy Essar Steel.
Four young women, including Grand Marais resident Tessa Larson, are paddling canoes from the end of the Gunflint Trail to Hudson Bay this summer.
A collection of Cook County residents were among the estimated 600 people who attended a public meeting held by the U.S.
The low pressure swirling above us in Canada will bring rain on and off later this weekend. In the meantime, things are gearing up for warmer clear weather into the week.
During a meeting of the Cook County Commissioners Tuesday morning, the board approved the hiring of Joshua Beck as the director of the county’s Public Health and Human Services Department.
Gunflint Lodge has been in the Kerfoot family since 1929, but on June 17 a new chapter started in the history of the iconic lodge.
Cook County Soil and Water will host an insect class at Chik- Wauk this weekend. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Water Plan Coordinator Ilena Berg about macro invertebrates.
The second weekend in July has a longstanding tradition for art festivals along the North Shore.
Rain on and off until Saturday and then great weather for an arts festival Saturday and Sunday. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Carol Christenson.