Heidi Holtan

News and Public Affairs Director

Heidi Holtan is News and Public Affairs Director for Northern Community Radio. She is on-air host and executive producer for the Morning Show and the Give and Take, and is also responsible for our local presence on All Things Considered and As It Happens. She produces a popular Minnesota book feature called RealGoodWords.

On the job, Heidi is smart and creative. She’s an innovator and collaborator who works closely with news hosts and producers to help them achieve the best on-air sound possible.

In her personal life Heidi is a Minnesota Lynx fan, a Blandin Leadership grad, a self-professed bookaholic, a lover of cooking shows, and a former member of the Iron Range Maidens roller derby team. Heidi grew up on a resort near Brainerd, and used to “play radio” when she was a kid. She presently lives on a lake in Grand Rapids with her husband Tom and two cats, Jasper and Aiko.

Ways to Connect

EU Media Futures Forum

KAXE's Senior Correspondent Scott Hall reflects on the 2016 election and the role of media on its outcome.  What are your thoughts?  Listen and  email us your comments.

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Each week we call one of our members and ask them "What's For Breakfast?".  Today, after many flubbed phone calls by John Bauer we talked to Chris who was in Brandywine, Maryland.  Thanks to Homestead Mills for sponsoring What's For Breakfast every Friday! 

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  What you eat matters and what you choose for media matters!  Thanks for listening, and thanks for being a member...Call us if you and become a member, and a guest on What's For Breakfast.  800-662-5799.

On our weekly segment Making Sausage we find out about the messy business of government and politics.  We also meet our elected officials and find out about elections and voting.  This week, longtime DFL commentator and election judge Colleen Nardone on what the constitutional amendment on the ballot is all about.  One thing we know:  if you don't vote for it you are voting NO.  The questions is:  should MN Legislators have the ability to raise their own salaries?

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