Each week the WTIP news staff compiles a review of news from the previous five days. The Lutsen work force housing project goes forward. The local moose population is stabilizing.
A Silver Bay man is proposing construction of an adventure center at the site of the former Spur gas station on Highway 61 in Silver Bay.
The Minnesota Legislature now has the latest budget forecast to mull over, so we can expect committees to start rolling out their spending proposals.
Boreal Community Media has received a grant from the Blandin Foundation to develop a program they call Boreal Corps, which involves students in grades 4 through 12.
The Nordic Nature Group, a contingent of young naturalists, spoke to the Grand Marais City Council on Wednesday, February 22.
Well, it appears the mystery has been solved.
A recent study in northeastern Minnesota focused on the economic impact the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has on the region.
A Minnesota Court of Appeals has issued a decision confirming that the state’s Department of Health has the legal right (and duty) to inspect Lake View Natural Dairy and its non-pasteurized milk