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KAXE/KBXE Morning Show

KAXE/KBXE Morning Show

Heidi Holtan

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Stories and voices of the people of northern Minnesota. From Phenology to books - state politics to arts - youth and women. We are community radio in northern Minnesota - an independent NPR affiliate.

Latest Episodes

Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo: How the Beaver Got His Tail

This week on Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo we learn the story of “amik” the beaver. In the Anishinaabe way, they say to wait until the snow is on the ground before telling stories. With the snow here to stay Nana Boozhoo tells the story of how the beaver got his tail. More on Nana Boozhoo here .

5 min1 d ago
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Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo: How the Beaver Got His Tail

Reporters Recount An Infamous Murder-For-Hire Case

Philadelphia Inquirer reporters George Anasatsia and Ralph Cipriano talk about their new book: Doctor Dealer -- a true crime story about Dr, James Kauffman, a doctor dealing opioids to a notorious motorcycle gang, and the murder of his wife April Kauffman.

12 min2 d ago
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Reporters Recount An Infamous Murder-For-Hire Case

What's For Breakfast: Apple butter, bacon, and more

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Cathy from north of Grand Rapids was eagerly await bacon, eggs and sourdough bread with fresh apple butter she made herself. 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 !

11 min3 d ago
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What's For Breakfast: Apple butter, bacon, and more

DNR Biologist Kelsie LaSharr on Chronic Wasting Disease

Kelsie LaSharr is a biologist for the DNR Wildlife Health Program. She joins Heidi and John on the Friday Morning Show to talk about Chronic Wasting Disease, or CWD. Kelsie is stationed at the chronic wasting disease surveillance area near Brainerd. She gives us an overview of the DNR’s response to CWD and gives us the location of where the surveillance areas are throughout Minnesota. She talks about how they are collecting samples this year during the pandemic. Kelsie gives us advice to plan

9 min4 d ago
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DNR Biologist Kelsie LaSharr on Chronic Wasting Disease

Marshall Helmberger and the Border News Roundup

Marshall Helmberger, Editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, joins Heidi Holtan with news from northeastern Minnesota. This week Marshall talks about the impact the passing of the bonding bill will have in his area. It includes funding for the Lake Vermilion-Soudan Underground Mine State Park, the Correctional facility in Togo and the Ely trailhead complex including funds for biking and hiking trails throughout NE Minnesota. Marshall tells us about the winter warning from the forest

13 min4 d ago
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Marshall Helmberger and the Border News Roundup

Sarah Streitz on her new album "Cut Flowers" on Centerstage Minnesota

Recorded mostly before the pandemic, Minneapolis songwriter Sarah Streit z released a new album, Cut Flowers, on October 9th. Hear her thoughts on the album and more from her interview on CenterStage Minnesota recently. Find her album on social media and streaming services, and hear more Minnesota music Fridays at 2 and 10 on KAXE/KBXE . Here's a link to Sarah's music. http://www.sarahstreitz.com/

19 min4 d ago
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Sarah Streitz on her new album "Cut Flowers" on Centerstage Minnesota

Statewide Conversation on COVID-19 Oct 23 - Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan

A statewide conversation with Minnesota’s Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan. It is a time for all of us to learn about the State of Minnesota's response to this COVID-19 pandemic. This week the Lt Governor talked about the surge of cases in Minnesota and neighboring states and mental health concerns with early winter setting in. Plus, questions in regards to college students returning home for the holidays. If you didn’t get a chance to send or call in your question this week email covid@ampers

29 min4 d ago
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Statewide Conversation on COVID-19 Oct 23 - Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan

Cre Larson: Mental Health Crisis During the Pandemic

First Call for Help of Itasca County is a private, nonprofit community organization whose mission is to provide free, confidential and nonjudgmental crisis intervention, active listening, and information and referral services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to the residents and agencies of North Central Minnesota. Cre Larson is executive director of First Call for Help and member of the Crisis Response Team, she joins John Bauer on the Thursday Morning Show to talk about mental health issues

12 min4 d ago
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Cre Larson: Mental Health Crisis During the Pandemic

Secretary of State Steve Simon Answers Your Questions About Voting

Tune in for MN Secretary of State Steve Simon - he lets us know the numbers so far on mail-in ballots as well as : When do counties start counting What if I used a sharpie on my mail in ballot Election fraud re: Iran and Russia Voter security at the polls Disinformation (ie ballot harvesting) People with disabilities and voting MN State Law says your employer has to give you time off for voting

18 min4 d ago
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Secretary of State Steve Simon Answers Your Questions About Voting

Thursday Morning Sports Page

Kyle Erickson and Fred Freidman join John Bauer each week for the Sports Page. This week they talk about sports journalist Sid Hartman, Major League Baseball pitcher Jim (Kitty) Kaat, the choices the Timberwolves will have to make for the number one draft pick and they have fun with some serious trivia.

20 min5 d ago
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Thursday Morning Sports Page

Latest Episodes

Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo: How the Beaver Got His Tail

This week on Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo we learn the story of “amik” the beaver. In the Anishinaabe way, they say to wait until the snow is on the ground before telling stories. With the snow here to stay Nana Boozhoo tells the story of how the beaver got his tail. More on Nana Boozhoo here .

5 min1 d ago
Comments
Boozhoo Nana Boozhoo: How the Beaver Got His Tail

Reporters Recount An Infamous Murder-For-Hire Case

Philadelphia Inquirer reporters George Anasatsia and Ralph Cipriano talk about their new book: Doctor Dealer -- a true crime story about Dr, James Kauffman, a doctor dealing opioids to a notorious motorcycle gang, and the murder of his wife April Kauffman.

12 min2 d ago
Comments
Reporters Recount An Infamous Murder-For-Hire Case

What's For Breakfast: Apple butter, bacon, and more

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Cathy from north of Grand Rapids was eagerly await bacon, eggs and sourdough bread with fresh apple butter she made herself. 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 !

11 min3 d ago
Comments
What's For Breakfast: Apple butter, bacon, and more

DNR Biologist Kelsie LaSharr on Chronic Wasting Disease

Kelsie LaSharr is a biologist for the DNR Wildlife Health Program. She joins Heidi and John on the Friday Morning Show to talk about Chronic Wasting Disease, or CWD. Kelsie is stationed at the chronic wasting disease surveillance area near Brainerd. She gives us an overview of the DNR’s response to CWD and gives us the location of where the surveillance areas are throughout Minnesota. She talks about how they are collecting samples this year during the pandemic. Kelsie gives us advice to plan

9 min4 d ago
Comments
DNR Biologist Kelsie LaSharr on Chronic Wasting Disease

Marshall Helmberger and the Border News Roundup

Marshall Helmberger, Editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, joins Heidi Holtan with news from northeastern Minnesota. This week Marshall talks about the impact the passing of the bonding bill will have in his area. It includes funding for the Lake Vermilion-Soudan Underground Mine State Park, the Correctional facility in Togo and the Ely trailhead complex including funds for biking and hiking trails throughout NE Minnesota. Marshall tells us about the winter warning from the forest

13 min4 d ago
Comments
Marshall Helmberger and the Border News Roundup

Sarah Streitz on her new album "Cut Flowers" on Centerstage Minnesota

Recorded mostly before the pandemic, Minneapolis songwriter Sarah Streit z released a new album, Cut Flowers, on October 9th. Hear her thoughts on the album and more from her interview on CenterStage Minnesota recently. Find her album on social media and streaming services, and hear more Minnesota music Fridays at 2 and 10 on KAXE/KBXE . Here's a link to Sarah's music. http://www.sarahstreitz.com/

19 min4 d ago
Comments
Sarah Streitz on her new album "Cut Flowers" on Centerstage Minnesota

Statewide Conversation on COVID-19 Oct 23 - Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan

A statewide conversation with Minnesota’s Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan. It is a time for all of us to learn about the State of Minnesota's response to this COVID-19 pandemic. This week the Lt Governor talked about the surge of cases in Minnesota and neighboring states and mental health concerns with early winter setting in. Plus, questions in regards to college students returning home for the holidays. If you didn’t get a chance to send or call in your question this week email covid@ampers

29 min4 d ago
Comments
Statewide Conversation on COVID-19 Oct 23 - Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan

Cre Larson: Mental Health Crisis During the Pandemic

First Call for Help of Itasca County is a private, nonprofit community organization whose mission is to provide free, confidential and nonjudgmental crisis intervention, active listening, and information and referral services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to the residents and agencies of North Central Minnesota. Cre Larson is executive director of First Call for Help and member of the Crisis Response Team, she joins John Bauer on the Thursday Morning Show to talk about mental health issues

12 min4 d ago
Comments
Cre Larson: Mental Health Crisis During the Pandemic

Secretary of State Steve Simon Answers Your Questions About Voting

Tune in for MN Secretary of State Steve Simon - he lets us know the numbers so far on mail-in ballots as well as : When do counties start counting What if I used a sharpie on my mail in ballot Election fraud re: Iran and Russia Voter security at the polls Disinformation (ie ballot harvesting) People with disabilities and voting MN State Law says your employer has to give you time off for voting

18 min4 d ago
Comments
Secretary of State Steve Simon Answers Your Questions About Voting

Thursday Morning Sports Page

Kyle Erickson and Fred Freidman join John Bauer each week for the Sports Page. This week they talk about sports journalist Sid Hartman, Major League Baseball pitcher Jim (Kitty) Kaat, the choices the Timberwolves will have to make for the number one draft pick and they have fun with some serious trivia.

20 min5 d ago
Comments
Thursday Morning Sports Page
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