Pioneer PBS is still getting out (at a social distance) into the community!
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Pioneer PBS in the Community
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Prairie Sportsman host Bret Amundson took a quick dip while fishing for lake and rainbow trout on Grindstone lake.
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Vietnam War veteran Dave Hanson of Madison, Minnesota talks about his experiences with PTSD for an upcoming Postcards episode.
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Prairie Sportsman on the road learning about a Pocket Prairie.
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A picturesque bridge on the Minnesota River in the Twin Cities where lights from Mystic Lake Casino form a backdrop.
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Pioneer PBS administrative assistant Mollie Londgren and her dad Joe Nielsen recently worked a night at the Granite Falls Kiwanis Popcorn Stand.
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The Compass crew traveled to the Stevens County Fairgrounds in Morris to interview the fairboard chair Ryan Sleiter and the new principal of St. Mary's School Tanya Fischer.
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Pioneer PBS Postcards videographer Ben Dempcy getting a shot on the Lac qui Parle River for an upcoming Postcards story about LqP County Park.
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Artist Akipawin (Fern Cloud) participated in the Department of Public Transformation's Dakota Community Artists-in-Residence program.
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Director of Engineering and Interim General Manager Jon Panzer was presented with a mug from Tokheim Stoneware by Pioneer PBS board chair Mark Olson.
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Talon Wilson participated in the Department of Public Transformation's Dakota Community Artists-in-Residence program.
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Dylan Curfman in action!
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In the past month Pioneer PBS has had two little visitors hanging out in the shade.