Grant Frashier

Producer

Grant Frashier is an adventurous kind of guy. Not only does he produce the Close to Home segment where he takes us with him to historic sites and local events, he has been a lighthouse keeper in the Apostle Islands and has worked a buffalo roundup in the western Dakota badlands. He's also has a keen sense of good barbeque and beer. Grant can be counted on to bring tasty treats to staff meetings as well as provide one of the most unique laughs you've ever heard. One time? At a class reunion, Grant went unnoticed until an hour and half into it when he started laughing.

Grant Frashier

The Minnesota Street Rod Association held their Fall Camp 

out in Grand Rapids last weekend.  Close to Home host Grant Frashier was there to check out some of the amazing cars on display and talk with the owners.  

Grant Frashier

On a roadtrip to Southwestern Minnesota host Grant Frashier found that unexpected and unplanned experiences were the most memorable part of the thrip.

Grant Frashier

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.

 

Grant Frashier

If you were at the recent KAXE Mississippi River Festival you may have seen something new - belly dancing!  Host Grant Frashier talks with Meggan Denny-Shepard from Brainard about belly dancing in Minnesota.

Camp Rabideau is a rare piece of American history.  It is the best preserved Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp in existance and is located a few miles south of Blackduck, MN.  Grant Frashier talks with Gary Hennes, Volunteer guide at the camp.

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