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The Tofte Township Board recently held their annual meeting and elections on March 11. WTIP volunteer Julie Carlson spoke with Tofte Township Supervisor Jeanne Larson on North Shore Morning.
Great Decisions is a discussion program on world affairs and this month’s meeting will discuss recent political changes in India. WTIP volunteer Julie Carlson spoke with this month’s discussion group leader, Mary McCormick, on North Shore Morning.
Great Decisions Discussion Group: "India Changes Course"
Thursday, March 19
The Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians (MAFP) announced last week that Sandra Stover, M.D., a family physician who practices at the Sawtooth Mountain Clinic in Grand Marais is one of three finalists for the 2015 Minnesota Family Physician of the Year Award.
Family physicians were nominated for the award by patients and colleagues. The MAFP Board of Directors will select a winner after reviewing each finalist’s qualifications and reading nomination letters received on their behalf. MAFP stresses that the decision will be based on letters already received—no new letters will be accepted.
The 2015 Family Physician of the Year will be recognized at the MAFP Annual Meeting on April 16. The other finalists are Dr. Gregory McNamara, Little Falls; and Dr. Thomas Bracken, Onamia
This local news is provided by Cook County News-Herald. Visit the community newspaper at www.cookcountynews-herald.com
“September Bears” is a one-act play set in New York City around the time of the 9/11 attacks. It will be presented at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts this Friday, March 13. WTIP volunteer Mark Abrahamson spoke with Jack Nickolay and Beth Faraone of the Grand Marais Playhouse on North Shore Morning.
Arrowhead Center for the Arts
Friday, March 13 at 8 pm
In addition, the troupe will travel to Cokato, Minnesota to participate in the Minnesota Association of Community Theater’s MACT FEST March 19-22.
West End Townships held elections Tuesday March 10th.
In Schroeder, former commissioner Bruce Martinson defeated incumbent supervisor Deb Johnson. Martinson joins supervisors Tina McKeever and Bill McKeever on the board. Alisha Kangas was reelected as treasurer.
In Lutsen, acting supervisor Larry McNeally was elected; and Treasurer John Groth was reelected.
In Tofte, Supervisor Paul James was reelected. And Erin Huggins was elected as the new treasurer.
Tune in to North Shore Morning over the next week to hear Township reports on resolutions and the annual meetings. Tofte Supervisor Jeanne Larson joins us Friday morning; Deputy Clerk Gail Ring of Schroeder joins us on Monday the 16th. And Lutsen Supervisor Andrew Beavers joins us Wednesday March 18th.