Grant Frashier travels to the Edge Center for the Arts in Big Fork to see the exhibit "First They Cut Your Hair: Remembering Indian Boarding Schools".
Hello and welcome to Don’t Cha Know. What we usually do on this program is let you know what’s going on around town for the coming week but sometimes we have guests to tell you what they have going on around town. Today is one of those days and we are joined in the studio by Brian Voerding who works with Engage Winona. Originally aired: 10/08/18
Join Mr Jack as he takes you on a musical journey with Blues artis John Lomax
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Grant Frashier visits the Minnesota Street Rod Association Fall Camp in Grand Rapids.
Civil War reenactments, drive in movies, impressive windmills and nutcracker collections were just a few of the unexpected and unplanned joys that Close to Home host Grant Frashier discovered on a Southwestern Minnesota road trip.
On this episode of Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa we talk with Michele Hakala-Beeksma, about the precedents and the groundbreaking history of the Treaty of 1854 and why this enduring treaty still matters today.
Michele Hakala-Beeksma has worked for the 1854 Treaty Authority for the past sixteen years. She is also the Vice-President of the St. Louis County Historical Society’s Board of Governors, a Member of the Society’s American Indian Advisory Committee, and a member of the Grand Portage Band of Chippewa.
Pipestone National Monument is one of Minnesota’s most important cultural treasures. Close to Home visited the site and talked with Park Ranger Katheryn Hill.