Joe speaks thoughtfully and with great enthusiasm about the generosity of Dennis Frandsen. Because of his donation, Braham area students will have a wonderful opportunity to obtain a two year degree from PTCC.
Evan, at the age of 14, has published his first fantasy novel called Spaiden. His interview takes you on the journey of a young author, and his plans for many more books.
Ashley is the Professional Development Specialist for the Early Childhood and Family Development Department at Lakes & Pines. The topics include: what the support process involves for the staff; parenting challenges; and how much fun it is to work with children.
Ken talks about the importance of the BAEF to the school district, and how the Spring Gala came about.
Barn Bash is coming up on May 16th. Michelle explains all the great things happening on this night. This is not only a fund raiser, but a great way to build and celebrate our community.
Local author, Gretchen Anthony, discusses her first novel, the journey of writing, and her development of some all time great iconic Minnesota characters from her new novel Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners.
Chief Eric's gives updates about Toward Zero Death, on-going roadwork, and Toward Zero Death. He also wants you to know that If you have any doubts about whether you should dial 911 - DIAL 911.
Judith and Dave discuss the twelve year history of the read, and the events leading up to the author's visit this year.
Lisa gives information regarding the end of tax season, and the upcoming convention and meeting in May at the Braham Event Center.
April is jam packed with events in North Branch, and Kari and Julia stopped by to give the update.