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Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Minnesota Public Radio on moving to a new location at 201 Third St. NW, Suite 225, in downtown Bemidji.
United Way of Bemidji Area is partnering with Paul Bunyan Broadcasting, FamilyWise (Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota), and child abuse prevention partners in Beltrami, Hubbard, and Cass Counties to host the 34th Annual Radiothon to End Child Abuse on Thursday, Dec. 1.
This week, Todd Haugen retired from a radio career that might never have begun without his friend’s urging.
Northern Community Radio is seeking volunteers to become on-air hosts for KAXE/KBXE’s On The River program and more.

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It is the largest gift ever received by MPR in its 55-year history. To put it in perspective, MPR’s fiscal year 2021 total operating budget was a little more than $101 million.
"Faith Conversations" writer Roxane B . Salonen explains what a new studio space for Life 97.9 FM has meant for the radio station and its mission to air positive messaging and music.
"Colors of the Rainbow" is a documentary about the life of a self-described recluse with a popular program on North Shore community radio.
Lee graduated from the University of North Dakota with degrees in history and education, but couldn’t resist the allure of radio. He took a full-time job at KFGO in Fargo, even though his father pleaded, “Seriously, do you think you can make a living in radio?”
Jon McTaggart, a Bemidji State University graduate, is only the second CEO of APMG and started with the company in 1983.
"The Great American Folk Show" premieres Sunday, May 3.

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Need some good news? Minnesotans are invited to lift each others' spirits during a sing-along.
The Midwestern culture, he writes, is one where you learn to “Make Yourself Useful, Do Your Part, Look Out for Others, and Cheer Up, It Could Be Worse. We are not complainers.”
Written by Ross Raihala / St. Paul Pioneer Press

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