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It's a mix of local and national news and events.

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Episodes

What's For Breakfast: Cadence, drills, and Dr. Beat

8/18/2018
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Ben Bartholomew and Michael Fitch from the Grand Rapids High School Marching Band stopped in LIVE IN-STUDIO to trade breakfast stories, marching band memories, and Ben's NO BUTTER scrambled eggs with cheese and wheat toast. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below. Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast. All it takes is your membership and an email !

Duration:00:15:18

Laura Erickson on Hummingbirds and More

8/16/2018
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Are you wondering why you are seeing so many hummingbirds lately? Maybe you want to know how on earth they would band hummingbirds or how many feathers they have.... tune in for our conversation with Laura Erickson the host of For The Birds. And join our Facebook Group Season Watch t o get your questions answered or to show your great wildlife photos.

Duration:00:42:09

Aaron Brown Analyzes MN's 2018 Primary Races

8/15/2018
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Aaron Brown joined us on the morning after the MN Primary Race. Don't forget to join us at the Reif Center in Grand Rapids on Tuesday August 21st at 6pm for the 2018 Greater MN Governor's Forum. Free tickets available or listen to KAXE/KBXE, watch Lakeland PBS or ICTV and join conversation #GreaterMNGov.

Duration:00:27:48

Sam Miltich's Garden

8/15/2018
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As Sam Miltich says, "I've sort of asked myself over the years...what is more important: art and music or the outdoors? And I've come to the conclusion that I can't have one without the other. They're both equally important and they balance the other one out. When one is getting to be a lot, the other one steps in and creates a whole new palette; and then I'm ready for the other side again." We caught up with Sam between gigs. He had just finished the first performance of "The Improvised...

Duration:00:15:49

Phenology Report: August 14, 2018

8/14/2018
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Every Tuesday, our resident Phenologist John Latimer reports on the subtle and not so subtle phenological changes he's noticed in the past week. This week John considers early signs of fall including woodbine turning red, early flecking of the red maple, warbler migration and several varieties of blooming goldenrods. As always, we love to hear what you are noticing out in nature. Give us a call at 218.999.9876 and let us know what is happening around your place. You can also send an email...

Duration:00:18:17

Phenology Talkbacks: August 14, 2018

8/14/2018
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Tuesdays are about nature on Northern Community Radio. Our Phenology Talkbacks segment is the time of the week when we share what listeners have been noticing outside. This week, Ed Dallas reported from a home on the north shore of Great Slave Lake... musk oxen, frogs, and dragon flies were among his obersvations. Also in this segment, John Latimer dives deep into how caterpillars protect themselves and the architectual phenomenon that is the web of the orb weaver spider. Did you know that...

Duration:00:10:04

August 14th Minnesota Governor Primary - Listen to the Candidates Before You Vote

8/11/2018
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Listen to the conversations we've had with all the governor candidates in the 2018 MN primaries. Vote this tuesday - and then join us the following Tuesday for a Greater MN Goverrnor's Forum - August 21st at 6pm at the Reif Center .

Duration:00:15:59

What's For Breakfast: A Garden of Eating

8/11/2018
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Mike Harmon from Rapid City, South Dakota, joined Heidi and John at his breakfast table in the little lake cabin north of Park Rapids. Mike wowed them with his recipe for grated zucchini pancakes topped with smashed avocado, a poached egg, and a little hot sauce. A pot of green tea tops the whole "breakfast" off. Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast. All it takes is your membership and an...

Duration:00:10:50

August 14th Minnesota District 8 Primary - Listen to the Candidates Before You Vote

8/10/2018
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We continue our Making Sausage candidate series. The big news, not just in northern Minnesota, but on the national scene is Minnesota's Congressional District 8. Many people have entered the race in both parties. Let's meet the candidates. More information: Kirsten Kennedy (DFL) More information: Michelle Lee (DFL) More information: Jason Metsa (DFL) More information: Joe Radinovich (DFL) More information: Soren Sorenson (DFL) More information: Pete Stauber (GOP) More information: Harry...

Duration:00:09:15

What's For Breakfast: Home cooked and live!

8/9/2018
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Katie and Heidi pulled up a chair to the kitchen table of Kristina Gaalaas of Grand Rapids to listen to her cook live on the air. Kristina demonstrated making two eggs over easy with the perfect ooze factor. Heidi and Katie encouraged Kristina to take a chance on dunking her toast in the yolk. Hear the whole conversation by clicking below. Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast. All it takes is...

Duration:00:06:42

Phenology Report: August 7, 2018

8/8/2018
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Each week, our resident Phenologist John Latimer reports on the subtle and not so subtle phenological changes he's noticed in the past week. This week John looks closely at changes in foliage, tree health, blooming asters, goldrenrods and much more. As always, we love to hear what our listeners are noticing out in nature. Give us a call at 218.999.9876 and let us know what is happening around your place. You can also send an email directly to John . Either way, we want to hear from you! If...

Duration:00:14:02

Phenology Talkbacks: August 7, 2018

8/8/2018
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In our phenology talkback segment we share comments related to the outdoors that have come our way over the course of the week. It's a fantastic time of the year to be outside relishing in all the glory nature has to offer. Egrets, hummingbirds, warblers, and advice on hazelnut picking are all included in this week's talkback segment. Are you someone who is jazzed about the natural world around you? Send along your observations and questions about what you are seeing outside. We'd love to...

Duration:00:08:24

What's For Breakfast: Meadow Kouffeld floats by the station to start her day.

8/8/2018
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Meadow Kaufield of Grand Rapids floated by the KAXE studios just in time to share her breakfast with John and Heidi on The Friday Morning Show. Before she left she had some homemade oatmeal with old-fashioned oats heated up and served with salted butter, maple syrup and a little milk. Besides breakfast, Meadow described her upcoming Extreme Huntress competition. See updates at ExtremeHuntress.com and hear the whole interview by clicking below. Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their...

Duration:00:08:28

This week on wordish: Cate Belleveau

8/7/2018
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To traverse a bog, one needs some background information. Puposky poet, Cate Belleveau fills us in.

Duration:00:02:45

Making Sausage Governor Candidate Interviews: DFLer Lori Swanson

8/7/2018
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We continued our MN Governor Candidate conversations today - this time DFLer Lori Swanson - she is currently MN's Attorney General and she's chosed District 8 Congressman Rick Nolan as her running mate. Don't forget to vote in the primaries on Tuesday August 14th - see the Secretary of State's website to find out more information. And join us at the Reif Center in Grand Rapids for the 2 018 Greater MN Governor's Candidate Forum on August 21st at 6pm.

Duration:00:13:44

Phil Hermel Completes his 100 mile Rollerblade for Cancer!

8/6/2018
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We talked with Phil Hermel last Monday about his quest to raise money for cancer support in Itasca County. He aimed high and hoped to raise $15,000. He knew he would lose some toenails, but he didn't expect to raise over $34,000 to help families in need. Check out his article in Lake Time magazine, and listen to our conversation!

Duration:00:07:33

Strong Shannon: Daycare in Northern Minnesota

8/6/2018
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Shannon Fitch is not only KAXE/KBXE's Volunteer of the Year, she is a licensed independent daycare provider. She gave us an up close and personal view on what it means to run her own business, and to care for the next generation.

Duration:00:18:53

Cate Belleveau's "Mary 4, Martha 3: No Footnotes" NYC Bound

8/6/2018
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All it takes is a spark. Several years ago, Cate Belleveau agreed to portray Mary Welsh Hemingway in a Beltrami County Historical Society fundraising event. The experience ignited a curiosity that could not be denied. Fascinated by her new knowledge of an intelligent, adventurous woman who grew up in logging country and ended up the 4th wife of Ernest Hemingway, over the next few years, Cate committed to researching Mary Welsh Hemingway. Intrigued, her thirst for knowledge led to...

Duration:00:13:34

Timberjay reports: The Complexities of #MeToo for a Former DFL staffer

8/3/2018
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This week editor/publisher Marshall Helmberger uncovers the breakdown in addressing concerns over sexual harassment in the DFL and Congressman Nolan's office, Supper on the Farm in in Cook and the 40th anniversary of the 1978 Wilderness Act that created the Boundary Waters Canoe Area .

Duration:00:13:32

The 2nd Annual Bonfire Chamber Music Festival in Grand Rapids

8/3/2018
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Last week we had the chance to talk with visiting musicians who made up the 2nd Annual Bonfire Chamber Music Festival in Grand Rapids. Mary Ellen Patnaude (Haupert) is originally from Grand Rapids and she is the brainchild of this intimate chamber music celebration in the woods of northern Minnesota.

Duration:00:18:08