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MN Native News: Highlight Program from the Bemijigamaag Powwow

MN Native News: Highlight Program from the Bemijigamaag Powwow













This program is edited from the live broadcast of the 2016 Bemijigamaag Sandford Powwow by KOJB, KAXE, and KBXE .

Suddenly, I Could Not Catch a Breath

Suddenly, I Could Not Catch a Breath

Pat, who is going on 107 years old, says she was surprised that her difficulty breathing was caused by a heart problem, not her lungs.


Minnesota Launches At-Home Saliva Testing for COVID-19 in Select Counties

Minnesota Launches At-Home Saliva Testing for COVID-19 in Select Counties

October 22nd, the Minnesota Department of Health rolled out the pilot program for its COVID-19 Test at Home Saliva Program. Because it’s in the pilot phase, it is currently only available in two dozen counties and tribal nations.


Surge Capacity

Surge Capacity

What’s your surge capacity, your ability to cope with and adapt to this pandemic’s sweeping transformation of everyday life, your everyday life?


Local resident Kaitlin Kimmel on her work as an ecologist

Local resident Kaitlin Kimmel on her work as an ecologist

Kaitlin Kimmel is a new Cook County resident doing some interesting work related to climate change.


How emergency beacons used in the Boundary Waters work

How emergency beacons used in the Boundary Waters work

After several recent incidents of people using emergency beacons to summon rescue from the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, we thought we’d talk with a local outfitter to get his take on it.


Spring of That Releases New Music November 6

Spring of That Releases New Music November 6

Spring of that combines String Band and East Indian styles in new compositions, and releases a project called “Untold” on November 6. In a conversation with Phil Nusbaum, Krissy Bergmark and Isabel Dammen talked about the music that drew members of Sprig of That together.


MHB – HALLOWEEN SHOW

MHB – HALLOWEEN SHOW

Host, Carl Unbehaun, presents a cavalcade of songs by Minnesota songwriters along with his musical musings! Spooky, creepy, weird, strange, scary song this episode of MHB, including our SONGWRITING CHALLENGE tunes. And all ANNOUNCER-LESS on MHB!

(Aired 10/29/2020)


Will Fast-Tracked Vaccines Be Safe?

Will Fast-Tracked Vaccines Be Safe?

There are now four COVID vaccines in the advanced stages of trials. It’s still too early to say when a vaccine will be available. But already the subject is generating a lot of questions.


Minnesota Native News: Native GOTV and State Bonding Dollars for Native Agencies

Minnesota Native News: Native GOTV and State Bonding Dollars for Native Agencies

This week on Minnesota Native News, Native communities get out the vote and a handful of Native organizations get 10-million dollars in the state bonding bill.


From a “Rock” to a “Beau!”

From a “Rock” to a “Beau!”

Beau Bakken of Hallock, MN is a chip off the old block…. or should we say “Rock” when it comes to creativity and artistic success!


Individual Efforts Critical for Minnesota’s Collective Well-Being in Coming Months

Individual Efforts Critical for Minnesota’s Collective Well-Being in Coming Months

For months now, public health officials have been repeating the same messages: wear masks, socially distance, sanitize hands and surfaces. But at an October 21st health briefing, Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm looked back to the Greatest Generation, which united to overcome economic depression and world war, to talk about a mindset to help us during COVID.


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