DayBreak

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Variety
Join Jay Andersen and Gary Atwood for a program packed with news, music and some humor.  Listener favorites like For the Birds, The Environment Report, Morning Business Report, and The Predator Moment provide a regular foundation for this program that also covers politics, local news and issues, and, the funnier side to the news. DayBreak airs 7-8 a.m. on weekdays.

 
What's On:
Minnesota Ski Trail (petecurtis/Flickr)

Points North: Should Governor Dayton Convene a Winter Tourism Summit?

There once was a saying in northern Minnesota that tourist towns "rolled up the sidewalks after Labor Day," because tourism came to a grinding halt once school began in September.


Skiing (Bitterroot/Flickr)

Points North: Despite Storm, Red Tape, Trophy Lodge Plans 2013 Opening

If you head south from Duluth on State Highway 23, you pass through a tiny corner of Wisconsin. Crossing the St.


 
Minn. DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr with FWS Midwest Regional Dir. Tom Melius (USFWS-Midwest Region/Flickr)

Points North: DNR Addresses Major Land Issues

Major land issues affecting thousands of northern Minnesota recreational users didn't make the agenda of the DNR's annual Hunting and Fishing Roundtable, but agency leaders were more than will


Brook Trout (Jon David Nelson/Flickr)

Points North: New Report Reveals 50-Year-Old Fishing Secrets

Newly released trout fishing data collected by volunteer anglers a half-century ago provide a fascinating glimpse of what the fishing was like in dozens of Minnesota streams and lakes.


 
Snowshoe Hare (Denali National Park & Preserve/Flickr)

Points North: Taking a Break on Christmas Day

Christmas vacation once meant rabbits. Duluth's suburban outback where I grew up was bursting with bunnies. Cottontails inhabited backyards.


 
December Snow (SBFettig/Flickr)

Points North: Thawed Out and Waiting for the Winter We Need

At daybreak Saturday morning the night’s darkness lingered, reluctant to retreat from a weak December sun struggling to penetrate the gloom.


Deer (MN Photos/Flickr)

Points North: Emptiness Where the Hunting Ought to Be

"Did you ever wonder if you're the only hunter who doesn't have trail cameras set up everywhere?" my friend asked me as we got ready for hunting one morning.


 
Arctic Bay, Nunavut (Photo by Baine/Flickr)

Points North: Kantner makes life in the Arctic come alive

In recent weeks I’ve played email and telephone tag with Seth Kantner of Kotzebue, Alaska, attempting to set up an interview.


Deer

Points North: Young hunter overcomes adrenaline to shoot his first “real deer”

Life is filled with firsts and, last weekend, 15-year-old Joe Hamsmith of Duluth passed a hunting milestone.