Category: News

Ulen-Hitterdal Approves Architect Contract for Design & Planning of Potential Day Care

Ulen, MN –The Ulen-Hitterdal School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 12th where they approved a contract with ZERR-BERG Architects to provide preliminary planning and programming for a new Day Care Center. Preliminary estimates for the proposed pod-based Day Care is around $1.1 million.  Ulen-Hitterdal Superintendent says they should know by August…
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Fisher Planning for Outdoor Graduation this Friday

Fisher, MN –The big day is almost here for the Fisher Class of 2021! Fisher graduation is set for this Friday night, May 21st at 7pm.  While they are still planning for outdoor graduation, Fisher High School Principal Catherine Steinmetz says the loosening of restrictions is allowing them to host maskless ceremony that is open…
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Fertile-Beltrami School Board News & Notes

Fertile, MN — The Fertile-Beltrami School Board held their regular monthly meeting last Tuesday, May 11th. The meeting started an hour earlier with a presentation from the Advance Comm class. The Advanced Comm class operates a number of websites for area businesses and Fertile-Beltrami Superintendent Brian Clarke says they do excellent work. The school board…
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Free Lunch Program Continuing for All Students Next Year

Ada, MN — It appears all students will once again be able to receive free lunches for the coming 2021-2022 school year, according to Ada-Borup Superintendent Aaron Cook. Cook says school districts will have the opportunity to participate in a Federal program, similar to the one they participated in last year, that will provide free…
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Pillager Schools Activites Making Changes

By: Ben Aberg (5/18/21) 3wiamstudio@gmail.com Pillager, MN — In our recent conversation with Pillager Public Schools Superintendent Mike Malmberg, we discussed changes coming to Pillager activities. Pillager is preparing for summer programs following the recent lifting of the mask mandate. This week also marks many year-end and graduation activites. The graduation commencent ceremonies will be…
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Youth Baseball begins in International Falls

Nikki Silvers , director of youth baseball/softball this summer sits down with Mike Bolstad to explain this years changes to the youth programs for this summer.


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ISD 361 UPDATE WITH SUPERINTENDENT KEVIN GROVER 5/18/21

The full conversation with Superintendent Kevin Grover is available here:


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Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity Busy, Looking for Volunteers

By: Ben Aberg (5/17/21) 3wiamstudio@gmail.com Brainerd, MN — We chatted with Kevin Pelkey, Executive Director of Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity, on our show last week and discussed how busy Habitat was with homes in the area. With construction season ongoing, Karen Skarolid discussed the busyness in the ReStore. Lakes Area Habitat is looking for…
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Monthly conversation with Crosby Mayor Jim Hunter

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (5/18/21) (Crosby, MN) — The spring has ushered in a return for many visitors to the Crosby and Cuyuna Lakes area even in the midst of multiple road construction and improvement projects.  We had the opportunity to speak with Crosby Mayor Jim Hunter on the overall on how the impact of…
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Bridge construction in Pine River starts May 24th

By Paul Vold kkinradio@embarqmail.com (5/18/21) (Pine River, MN) — The Minnesota Department of Transportation will be working on Highway 84 in Pine River to construct a new bridge in Cass County starting May 24th. Motorists travelling on Highway 84 will encounter the road closed between River Street and 5th Street, as crews will construct a…
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