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Tim Dabney

Acting Forest Supervisor takes over on Superior National Forest

Tim Dabney has taken on responsibilities as Acting Forest Supervisor on the Superior National Forest beginning the first of the year.  He will fill the position following the retirement of long-t

Meteorologist Carol Christenson

Some snow, little moisture, colder, then back to the weather see-saw

A little snow, but not much moisture content. A little colder temps, but nothing unbearable. Then it’s back to see-saw weather.

Lonnie Dupre

WTIP UPDATE: Dupre flown back to Talkeetna

Grand Marais adventurer Lonnie Dupre is back in the small town of Talkeetna, Alaska.

John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon

Lack of snow threatens Beargrease sled dog race

The lack of snow is threatening the annual John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon along the North Shore of Lake Superior.

Walking the dog

Take dog precautions – it’s wolf mating time

January and February is the time of year gray wolves mate in Cook County. According to Grand Marais veterinarian Kim Paplham, this is also when dog owners should exercise caution outside.

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Weekend News Roundup for January 7

Each weekend WTIP news produces a round up of the news stories they’ve been following this week.

Radon Test Kit

Radon: A Silent Killer

January is National Radon Awareness Month.  It's estimated that 1 in 3 Minnesota homes have elevated levels of radon, which can be a serious health risk.  In this interview, WTIP volunteer T

Community Connections plan with holding pond option

City Park Board discusses modified “Connections” plan

There’s a comparably effective but substantially less costly plan on the table for treating storm water runoff at the Grand Marais Recreation Park.

Great Lakes ore boat

Great Lakes research center gets study grant

A Twin Ports research institute will study environmental issues facing shipping and Great Lakes marine transportation under a five-year agreement with the federal government.

Lonnie at the headwall

Dupre suffers minor frostbite on Denali

Grand Marais adventurer Lonnie Dupre suffered minor frostbite on six fingers Monday after carrying supplies to the top of an 800-foot slope on Alaska’s Mount McKinley.