Youth Voices Stories
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During the month of October, the 10th graders at Cook County High School have been busy learning about invasive species, including one that grows right behind the school: Siberian Peashrub.
The cross country season recently started up, so we talked to members of the CCHS cross country team, Roman Schnobrich and Matea Acero, on their practices, the races, and why they run on the team.
In this commentary, we hear from Daniel Ditmanson and Sarah Deschampe, young adults who work at the Grand Portage National Monument.
The Youth Radio Project talked to Powwow Arena Director Brandon Dahl and dancer Taryn Logan about the Powwow, and what it means to be Powwow royalty.
The Youth Radio Project brings the drumming group, The Stonebridge Singers, into the studio to talk about how they play and learn their songs, and the responsibilities of being in the group.
The Youth Radio Project interviewed Patsy Ingebritsen and her daughter Rose, who are Cook County residents and are both involved with student exchanges.
Jessica Berg-Collman, Dominic Wilson, and Paige Everson are three logrollers who just go back from an exciting competition at the World Championships in Hayward, Wisconsin.
The Youth Radio Project talked with Lisa Boyton, the AFS coordinator for Northeastern Minnesota. She discusses the need for host families in Cook County and the benefits of hosting a student.
Youth Radio Project Interviews Duluth resident Amanda Allen on her international exchange in Sweden.
Amanda Allen is a Duluth Denfeld Graduate who spent her junior year of high school in Sweden. She spoke to the Youth Radio Project about her craziest experiences abroad.