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Family photo by: 3 Month Sun Photography, Sarah Warner

We talked with Phil Hermel last Monday about his quest to raise money for cancer support in Itasca County.  He aimed high and hoped to raise $15,000.  He knew he would lose some toenails, but he didn't expect to raise  over $34,000 to help families in need. 

Check out his article in Lake Time magazine, and listen to our conversation!

Shannon Fitch is not only KAXE/KBXE's Volunteer of the Year, she is a licensed independent daycare provider.  She gave us an up close and personal view on what it means to run her own business, and to care for the next generation. 

All it takes is a spark.  Several years ago, Cate Belleveau agreed to portray Mary Welsh Hemingway in a Beltrami County Historical Society fundraising event.  The experience ignited a curiosity that could not be denied.  Fascinated by her new knowledge of an intelligent, adventurous woman who grew up in logging country and ended up the 4th wife of Ernest Hemingway, over the next few years, Cate committed to researching Mary Welsh Hemingway.  Intrigued, her thirst for knowledge led to investigations into the lives of other significant

This week editor/publisher Marshall Helmberger uncovers the breakdown in addressing concerns over sexual harassment in the DFL and Congressman Nolan's office, Supper on the Farm in in Cook and the 40th anniversary of the 1978 Wilderness Act that created the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

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Last week we had the chance to talk with visiting musicians who made up the 2nd Annual Bonfire Chamber Music Festival in Grand Rapids.  Mary Ellen Patnaude (Haupert) is originally from Grand Rapids and she is the brainchild of this intimate chamber music celebration in the woods of northern Minnesota. 

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