Grant Frashier

Producer

Grant Frashier is an adventurous kind of guy. Not only does he produce the Close to Home segment where he takes us with him to historic sites and local events, he has been a lighthouse keeper in the Apostle Islands and has worked a buffalo roundup in the western Dakota badlands. He's also has a keen sense of good barbeque and beer. Grant can be counted on to bring tasty treats to staff meetings as well as provide one of the most unique laughs you've ever heard. One time? At a class reunion, Grant went unnoticed until an hour and half into it when he started laughing.

Grant Frashier

Lefse is an important part of many Northland holiday meals and in Fosston, MN Lefse Fest is the traditional holiday kickoff.  Host Grant Frashier trys to find the secret to making good lefse at this fun event.

Grant Frashier

Clost to Home host Grant Frashier visits the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center in Superior Wisconsin.  Grant talks with Executive Director Hayes Scriven to learn the story of Richard Bong  and how the Center honors all of the Northlands veterans.

Grant Frashier

Close to Home visited the Pumpkin Patch at Cowhorn Crossing Farm near Grand Rapids for a day of fun.  Do you have your pumpkin yet?

Grant Frashier

Close to Home Host Grant Frashier viewed the "First They Cut Your Hair, Remembering Indian Boarding Schools exhibit at the Edge Center for the Arts in Bigfork, and the exhibit brought bac vivid memories of a old friend.

Grant Frashier

Close to Home host Grant Frashier visits the Hinckley Fire museum to learn about one of Minnesota's most spectacular natural disasters.  He talks with museum volunteer Carl Jerdin.  

Pages