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A “Spooky” Event and Happy Birthday Pat Sajak!

Charlotte Helgeson, Director of the Campbell Public Library of East Grand Forks, MN shares a “ghostly” story……..and it’s Pat Sajak’s birthday!


The Untold Story of University Archivist Tom Steman and National Archive Month

In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack visits with St. Cloud State University Archivist Tom Steman. Located on the top floor of the Miller Learning Resource Center, the University Archives hosts and provides access to an amazing depth of historic material. In today’s conversation, Tom talks about newly digitized video of U.S. President Eisenhower crowning Homecoming Princess Joyce Pearson in 1952, the truth behind rumors of ghost stories around campus, the World War II Oral History Project, and many other historical tidbits as we celebrate National Archive Month in October.

This program was made possible through funding from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.


Free Tutor Help!

When it comes to the activities, services and events of the Campbell Public Library of East Grand Forks, MN, the word FREE is often used. Making Campbell extremely “user-friendly!” Director Charlotte Helgeson has this week’s news!


EP211 Hank Jr. “Rich White Honky Blues”

Hank Williams Jr. plays the Blues


EP210 Buddy Guy “The Blues Don’t Lie”

Buddy Guy: At 86 years old, this artist shows no signs of slowing down and still has the chops and voice to make it happen.


EP209 Charlie Musselwhite “Mississippi Son”

Charlie Musselwhite has been playing the blues for over 60 years. His latest project takes him back to his roots in Mississippi.


EP208 Kat Riggins

Kat Riggins 2022 release “Progeny is a collection of diverse tracks with blues roots as a foundation.


The Untold Story of the Trail Mix Art Exhibit at the Whit Gallery

In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks with Trail Mix Art Exhibit Project Coordinator Deborah Vander Eyk. With a lively opening reception on November 11 at the Whit Gallery, the Trail Mix Art Exhibit is a juried exhibition with the theme of “Honor the Earth.” Jurors include Karen Goulet, Peter Happel Christian, and Winona LaDuke. For artists wishing to submit their visions of the importance of protecting the environment, there is a call for art with a deadline of Sunday, October 23.

This program was made possible with support from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.


Campbell on a Crisp Autumn Day!

Charlotte Helgeson of the Campbell Public Library shares “secrets.”


Judy Pearson Interviewed by Jo McMullen

St. Cloud State University has its first named department thanks to a generous $1 million gift from Judy C. Pearson, who was celebrated on campus on September 22, 2022. The Judy C. Pearson Department of Communications Studies gift will help students, faculty and the community with international educational grants and scholarships, academic conference grants and guest speakers. She gave her generous gift because of her love of her experiences as an undergraduate student at SCSU.

In this intimate interview with Judy you’ll learn about her life’s journey from Isle, Minnesota to achieving her academic and professional goals, her successes and failures, and what shaped her to give back to the university. She is a dynamic woman who is living a full life.


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McKnight FoundationPohlad family foundationThe Minneapolis FoundationSaint Paul & Minnesota Foundation