Public Affairs

Student Views: Zack Filipovich

Apr 10, 2017

This week on Student Views host Pavel Arkhipenkov welcomes UMD graduate and Duluth city councilor Zack Filipovich. Hear about his experiences at UMD, the importance of getting involved, his as work a city councilor and his program of improvement for Duluth.

Student Views airs every other Monday at 8a.m. on Northland Morning.
 

Subscribe to the podcast and check out past episodes on the KUMD program page.

Forever Home 4/6

Apr 6, 2017

Cookie | Animal Allies

Cookie is a black American Staffordshire Terrier/Labrador mix who is 2 years old. He came to us as a transfer from a different shelter and is now looking for his new loving home! Cookie is a spunky young dog with boat loads of energy. He loves to run around although toys are not necessarily his thing.

Daisy | Animal Allies

The Affordable Health Care Act.  The American Health Care Act. Obamacare.  Trumpcare.  Repeal and replace.

Floating amidst that word cloud we hear "single-payer health care" more and more.

So we turned to an expert to learn just what that is.

Thank You Listener Members!

Apr 3, 2017

With your help, we reached our $40,000 in less than five days! Whether you support KUMD with an annual membership or give monthly as a sustaining member, all donations keep KUMD on the air for everyone to enjoy.

For Women's History Month KUMD celebrates Minnesota women using their strength to empower us all. Today we honor the contributions of, Erin Murphy; MN State Representative running for MN state governor.


 KUMD celebrates Women's History Month with a daily post about women in Minnesota whose work paves the way to equity.  Today we honor, Ethel Colmans; founder of Woodland Community Club & Duluth Women's Club.

Forever Home 3/30

Mar 30, 2017

Aurora | Contented Critters

Aurora is a female Am. Staff. She is 5 years old and has been with us since 2-9-16. This is one of the happiest, friendliest, easy going girls at our shelter. Her problem is she is selective of which dogs she gets along with. So a home with no other dogs is recommended.

Buddy | Animal Allies

KUMD celebrates Women's History Month with a daily post about women in Minnesota whose work paves the way to equity.  Today we honor, the Women's March on Washington; honoring women standing for women.


This spring we have a wide variety of specialty premiums ranging from CDs and books, to concert events and gift cards. Call now to see what specialty premiums are available: 218-726-7181!

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Together, women can change the world and this month we celebrate women in Minnesota who pave the way to equity, making a difference for women everywhere. For Women's History Month, join us in recognition of, Ila Borders; first woman pitcher in men’s Professional Baseball: Duluth Dukes.


The Duluth Bethel

If you work with "vulnerable" people in Minnesota - that is, anyone  susceptible to abuse, neglect or financial exploitation, the state will do a background check on you.

Two years ago, the state gave nursing homes, long term care facilities and substance abuse treatment centers until the end of this month to implement a tighter, better process, including a picture ID and electronic fingerprinting to help screen out job applicants with criminal records.

 KUMD celebrates Women's History Month with a daily post about women in Minnesota whose work paves the way to equity.  Today we honor, Mabeth Hurd Paige; represented Minneapolis in the MN House 1923-43.

Together, women can change the world and this month we celebrate women in Minnesota who pave the way to equity, making a difference for women everywhere. For Women's History Month, join us in recognition of, Phillis Khan; longest running female legislator in Minnesota, retired.


US Army Corps of Engineers [via Flickr]

On this episode of Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa we continue our conversation with Obizaan  [Lee  Staples], a spiritual advisor for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, and Chato Gonzalez, Obizaan's apprentice and translator.  They talk with us today about healing the Anishinaabe community by honoring and returning to traditional ways.

Ojibwe Stories: Gaganoonididaa is produced by KUMD and the Department of American Indian Studies at UMD, with funding provided in part by the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council, and by The Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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