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ISD 166 administrators - Bill Crandall, Mitch Dorr, Bill DeWitt

WTIP talks to new assistant principal Mitch Dorr

School District 166 Principal Adam Nelson resigned to take a superintendent position in Wrenshall in December 2017.


Mitch Dorr

School Board affirms Mitch Dorr as interim assistant principal

School District 166 held its first meeting of 2018 on Tuesday, January 16 and it was the first meeting for interim Assistant Principal Mitch Dorr.


School District 166 Storytelling Session - RESCHEDULED

Due to weather conditions, the facilitators for the Community Storytelling session are unable to come to Cook County.


Mitch Dorr

Mitch Dorr to be named interim assistant principal

At the beginning of December, the School District 166 School Board received official notice that Principal Adam Nelson was resigning effective January 1.


Cook County Schools. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

ISD 166 appoints new school board member

During a meeting Dec. 14, the ISD 166 School Board appointed Dan Shirley as the new school board member.  Shirley will be representing District 5, a position previously held by Jeanne Anderson.


Cook County Vikings

Local basketball seasons under way in Cook County

The basketball season is under way for the local high school basketball teams.


Cook County Vikings logo

School hears comments on honoring residents with court, field names

The board of the local school district (ISD 166) held a special meeting Dec. 4 primarily to accept the resignation of Principal Adam Nelson.


School invites public to talk about racism

Bullying and racism have been a topic in the local news of late. 


Cook County Schools. Photo by Joe Friedrichs

Pam Taylor reflects on career as teacher and coach

Longtime Cook County high school teacher and volleyball coach Pam Taylor is retiring at the end of this school year.  WTIP’s Sterling Anderson spoke with Taylor and others to reflect on her


Superintendent Crandall

ISD 166 superintendent on new activities director

WTIP's Jay Andersen spoke with ISD 166 superintendent Dr.