The KAXE Winter Survival Service needs listeners to help us get timely information on the air - local weather and road conditions, school closings (we have 37 school districts in our listening area).
A lot of times we are an hour or two late with this information by the time we get it from typical news sources.
Also, if you have a special passion for a winter activity - skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, dog sledding, curling to name a few. - we'd like to have updates on ice conditions, trail conditions, and special events related to those activities.
Click here to sign up for KAXE's Winter Stringer Service (name, home town, phone number, and e-mail, areas of interest).
The Morning Show at KAXE mixes local programming that reflects Northern Minnesota with National Public Radio's Morning Edition every weekday morning between 6-9, CST.
KAXE is an independent, nonprofit community-based public radio station serving most of north central and northeastern Minnesota with a 100,000-watt signal originating in Grand Rapids at 91.7 FM. Northern Community Radio also operates translators in Brainerd at 89.9FM and in Bemidji at 105.3 FM. Listen online at www.kaxe.org.