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Cook County Election Results

County Commissioner District 2 and 4: Incumbent Cook County District 2 Commissioner Garry Gamble was defeated in his bid for reelection last night by challenger Myron Bursheim, 307 votes to 227.

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Cemetery expansion under way in Grand Marais

The peaceful little cemetery on the east side of Grand Marais, owned by St. John’s Catholic Church, is undergoing some clean-up and landscaping.

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WTIP shares the latest law enforcement report

Cook County Law Enforcement Report

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Search under way for missing man on Pine Lake

A report of a possible missing person which came into the Cook County Sheriff’s Office at approximately 3 p.m., Monday, Nov.

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Soil and Water to hold public informational meetings on "One Watershed" plan

Lake and Cook counties Soil and Water districts have, for several months, been in the process of completing a 10-year plan to protect, improve and conserve the water resources in the Lake Superior bas

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Cook County curling season begins with Halloween Bonspiel

Curling, though generally only in the public eye during the Winter Olympics, is a long standing seasonal pastime in Cook County.

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Still, the weather stays nice, but will cool off through the week

Nice weather will continue through the week, although it will be a little cooler, mid-week on. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with National Weather Service Meteorologist Carol Christenson.

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Vikings volleyball team advances to state tournament

The Cook County Vikings volleyball team is returning to the state tournament. The Vikings claimed the 7A tournament championship with a victory over Deer River on Saturday, Nov. 5.

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Weekend News Roundup for November 5

Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. PolyMet seeks permits. Grouse are up. Nature Conservancy buys Steger woods.

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Relatives of Charlie Cook visit the Gunflint Trail

Two women from California recently visited the Gunflint Trail hoping to learn more about a relative of theirs who once lived on the Ontario shores of Gunflint Lake.