We Live Up Here

We Live Up Here is where we feature some of our favorite WXPR stories... stories that weren't necessarilly newsworthy, but that helped us understand a little bit more about our neighbors and life in the Northwoods.

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Kayla Breese/Northwoods River News

Have you ever felt like you’re talking to someone, but they just aren’t reading your body language?

The New York based dance company the Equus Projects will be performing “The Breaking Ring” at ArtStart in downtown Rhinelander this weekend and they’ve made a name for themselves by listening and responding to the way humans — and horses — move.

Jason Moon's Music Helps Fellow Veterans Heal

Jul 12, 2017
jasonmoon.org

Eagle River native, Jason Moon, is a singer-songwriter, military veteran and survivor of post-traumatic stress disorder. He is the founder of Warrior Songs, Inc. in Madison, a non-profit dedicated to helping veterans cope with PTSD. Moon spoke with WXPR's Miranda Vander Leest about how music became his outlet when he was finding his way back into society as a civilian after a 10 year stint in the military, and how he's helping other veterans heal, too. 

Local Band Enjoys Unexpected Shot at Music Career

Jan 30, 2017
Miranda Vander Leest

  A Rhinelander music group is using their background of failed musical attempts as fuel for a second shot at a music "career." WXPR’s Miranda Vander Leest has that story…

  

Members of Mr. Boyko include Bill Padgett, Tony Hjelle, Jason Lowry, Melissa Salaam, John Scheuer, Brett Petrick and Buck Kipper.

Lemonade for love

Aug 1, 2016
Rhinelander Police Department

  A Northwoods girl is taking a stand against hate crimes across the country and is proposing a delicious country wide campaign for love. WXPR’s Miranda Vander Leest has that story…

Angela says she’s not sure when her next lemonade stand will be, but says she’s looking forward to her next one. She says people should drive by Davenport Estates just in case she's on duty.

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