Katie Carter


Katie is our Area Voices producer.  

She gets to share the arts, culture and history stories of northern Minnesota. 

She also helps with website content, pinch hits on the morning show and whatever else needs to be done around the station. 

She worked in a one- year grant funded position for KAXE back in '08 and has been back at the mother ship since July 2016. 

Ways to Connect

Jenney Egertson

"The advice she gave me was so soothing and so beautiful...she said you really have to trust yourself and you have to remember that you know your children better than anyone else. And so you have to believe in what you decide to do. ...you need to do whatever you think is best and not be worried about what other people tell you they think you should do.  That was a problem.  She knew I was trying to raise a child within an alcoholic marriage and at times I was really insecure about that.

Slam Poets in Bemidji

Jul 22, 2019

"I think that when I'm writing slam poetry I tend to write a little bit differently. I think it's a little bit more forgiving of a format in that you know you can use more conjunctions and... slang... You don't have to be so careful...Sometimes a poem will come out as a just ...what it is and then I'll turn it into a slam poem... by reading it out loud and finding those rhythms and things that make it sound well. - Jessica Santala, slam poet

Art possesses the unique super power of bringing people together.  The Nemeth Art Center in Park Rapids, MN is hosting a unique arts collaboration this summer that has connected Columbian-born visual artist Luisa Fernanda Garcia-Gomez  with northern Minnesota textile artist Bruce Engebretson.  Toget

"Water has no political religious or ethnic identity. We have relationships with water based on beliefs needs and appreciation. Emotions such as joy, sorrow, fear, love and prayer are responses we have to water...but water has been shown to respond to what we do what we say and it's here to take care of us." - Karen Goulet, Director of the Miikanan Gallery

Eric Haugen began playing the cello at the age of three.  He's now completed undergraduate studies in cello performance and is in the process of completing his master's degree in cello performance.  He grew up in Bemidji and is back in town for a couple of weeks. We caught up with him on the morning show where he told us about his path as a musician, what he's up to now and what's in his future.