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Honeycrisp, Zestar, SweeTango...creating yummy apples at the U of MN Landscape Arboretum

Buck spoke Dec. 30 with David Bedford, apple breeder at the U of MN Landscape Arboretum, about the complex and long (30 years or more) process of developing a new apple variety and bringing it to market. What makes an apple great? Find out here.


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LSProject: Voices from the Lake

In our broadcast area, we sit on one of the biggest resources in the world: Lake Superior.


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New Fargo Brewing Co. launches with Wood Chipper beer

Buck spoke Sept. 30 with Aaron Hill, a founder of the new Fargo Brewing Co., about their first offering...Wood Chipper IPA. Aaron spoke with us live from the Fargo Beer Fest.


 

Margaret Anderson Kelliher, president of MN High Tech Association, talks high tech & the state's economy

Ann Possis spoke Sept. 30 with Margaret Anderson Kelliher, former speaker of the MN House and new president/CEO of the MN High Tech Association, about fostering the state's high tech industry and why it's important to our future.


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Delta planning to discontinue service to several small northern Minnesota communities

Ann Possis spoke July 22 with Eric Wieffering, business columnist for the Star-Tribune, about Delta Airlines' recent announcement of  plans to discontinue service to 24 smaller markets, including several in northern Minnesota.


Shore Theater comes down in Grand Marais/photo by Stephan Hoglund

Old Shore Theater building comes down

The old Shore Theater building in downtown Grand Marais is being dismantled. Once a movie house, it closed sometime in the late sixties to early seventies and has been vacant for many years.


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Poplar River controversy shifts to legislature

For decades Lutsen Mountains has been drawing water from the Poplar River to make snow in the winter months. Now there is legislation pending that would allow them to take more.


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Building Community Through Business

Is it possible to create a business around community needs? Can it be sustainable?


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Early childhood education, economic development and the school referendum

Cook County Schools ISD 166 is going to voters for approval of a property tax increase to help support and sustain the district’s operations. A small part of what the levy would preserve is money designated for early childhood education: education for kids before kindergarten and support for their families.


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Several Grand Marais businesses expand

Visitors and residents alike may have noticed some changes to area businesses.