Tickets now available!
Check out the lineup at the
11th Annual Mississippi River
Friday July 17th and Saturday
What's Left - a
community arts project
addressing the aftermath of
suicide. Interviews with artists
using their art for healing.
They can found on our highlights
Find out more
Gina Marie Bernard
talks with Heidi Holtan about the
long transition from Greg to Gina;
and what it's like to live as a
transgender woman in northern MN.
Randy Carlson part 2
Gallagher talks with Randy Carlson,
Director of the Outdoor program at
the Univ of MN-Duluth about stand-up
paddling on Lake Superior.
You'll find previous stories on our
11th Annual 91.7 KAXE
Mississippi River Festival
Northern Community Radio in Grand
Rapids, live under
the Rotary tent kicks off Friday
July 17 at 6:30 p.m. with
Smooth Hound Smith and Tree Party.
Cranston takes the stage Saturday,
July 18 a 2 p.m., followed by Miss
Tess & the Talkbacks, Crankshaft & the Gear Grinders,
and winding it all up with Reverend Raven & the Chain Smokin'
twin cities poet/baker Danny Klecko.
More information about the festival
online or call us at
NCR Trips invites
you to join tour guides Fred
Freidman and Scott Hall on a
charted bus to Minneapolis to
watch the Twins play the Houson
Astros at Target Field on
Friday, August 28th for a 7:10
pm game. Cost is $85. Seating
is limited to 56 passengers.
Call and reserve your ticket
Poets read their own work every
weekday at 7:40am and again at 11am.
It includes both established poets
and students as writers and readers.
You can listen to
Untitled by Dani Pieratos.
Help us help Harry Hutchins
Long time member and contributor to
Northern Community Radio, and forest
ecologist, Harry Hutchins needs new
kidney. If you need
more info or want to talk with
contact us! 800-662-5799.
Phenology with John Latimer
You can see more photos on our
Facebook. Join in the fun and share
your observations and what birds
and dragonflies you are seeing this
Nature Scavenger Hunt
Mesabi Coop Kids
Teams of campers
attempted to locate several
different flowers, grasses, insects
and more. Reactions from kids that
participated in the nature scavenger
A list of items in the hunt is
Thank you for attending the
Sanford Center Powwow and
listening to our live broadcast
Listen to these
powow stories by David McDonald.
Historian Don Boese
begins a new series on life in the
first iron mines on the Mesabi
Range. The stories were collected in
the 1960's by Oliver Mining
employee, James Steel.
Check here to hear and download
his segments and other history
segments about northern Minnesota.
the latest history segments on
our audio highlights page!
Stories that Matter
Hemphill covers the environmental
impact of sulfates on wild rice, you
can also hear our Pipeline Stories
from Britt Aamodt
Produced and hosted by volunteer and
retired wildlife biologist Jim
Where have you been paddling this
Minnesota - Tune
in Friday afternoons from 2 to 4pm
and Saturdays from 5-7pm with Tom
Sippola for an exploration of music by
Minnesota talent and ideas on where
to see live music!
Tell us about your favorite MN
Album of the Week