Scott Hall

Dr. Amanda Doran, DVM, from Coleraine, joined Heidi and Scott on the Friday Morning Show to share her breakfast of toasted sprouted grain bread with natural, creamy peanut butter, a banana, and green tea. It's spring fever time in the pet world, too, and the vets in your town are busy preparing for porcupine quills, testing, and bug preparation. Like everything, it all starts with a good breakfast.

Associated Press

Our reporter, Scott Hall, recently looked back at the crude oil pipeline rupture that occurred near Grand Rapids in March of 1991.  The oil spilled onto a wetland and through a storm sewer to the Prairie River – about one point seven million gallons in all.   

Beth Bily Scenic Range News

Wednesday, October 4 the University of MN’s Natural Resources Research Institute hosted an open house for the media at its research lab in Coleraine.  The purpose of the event was to showcase a new bio-fuels project that is the result of ten years of research into producing renewable fuels from wood chips and other plants. 

http://lynx.wnba.com/

Thursday mornings at 7:45 we talks Sports on KAXE/KBXE.  Our regular team includes John "Big Sexy" Bauer, Kyle "smallies" Erickson, Fred "no hockey" Friedman and Heidi "MN Lynx Only" Holtan.  Today our senior correspondent Scott Hall sat in for Big Sexy.  The MN Lynx are in a small slump, and the boys are holding out hope still for their beloved MN Twins

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.