1. The Hook Line on KQAL!

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    The Hook Line premiers on Sept 23rd at 10 PM! Tune in to hear the answers to all your dating and relationship based questions! Questions for "The Hook Line" can be left by calling 507-457-LOVI anytime day or night, or drop us a question on our facebook page! Questions will be broadcast on a future episode!

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    • KQAL's Black Friday Shopping Tips!

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      KQAL wishes you a Happy Holiday Season! Please enjoy our shopping tips, and keep it safe and local out there!

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      • The Art of Mary Singer

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        Mary Singer is a Winona portrait artist. Mary has been practicing her craft since being a young girl, and has been featured in many shows and exhibitions. She primarily works with oil on canvas, but also ventures into using other mediums.

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        • Navajo Oral History Project (2012) Samuel Tom Holiday - Living History

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          This documentary film was researched, photographed, edited and produced by students of Winona State University (Winona, Minnesota) and Diné College (Tsaile, Arizona, Navajo Nation) during summer 2012. It contains stories Samuel Tom Holiday of Kayenta, Arizona, told the students during several hours of interviews about his life. This documentary film is archived at the Navajo Nation Museum, Navajo Nation Library, Winona State University Library, and Diné College Library, and at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian. The film is part of the Navajo Oral History project, a multi-year collaboration between the Winona State University Mass Communication Department and Diné College, the official Tribal College of the Navajo Nation.

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          • Navajo Oral History Project (2012) Kee Etsicitty - Living History

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            This documentary film was researched, photographed, edited and produced by students of Winona State University (Winona, Minnesota) and Diné College (Tsaile, Arizona, Navajo Nation) during summer 2012. It contains stories Kee Etsicitty of Chichiltah, New Mexico, told the students during several hours of interviews about his life. This documentary film is archived at the Navajo Nation Museum, Navajo Nation Library, Winona State University Library, and Diné College Library, and at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian. The film is part of the Navajo Oral History project, a multi-year collaboration between the Winona State University Mass Communication Department and Diné College, the official Tribal College of the Navajo Nation.

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            • The Art of Christopher Pequin

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              On this episode of, Art Beat - we sit down with a senior art student from Winona State University. Focusing on art education, this painter explores illustrating imagination. He’ll share with us how his future in teaching effects his work and what we can expect from his upcoming select senior show in the Webber Gallery at Winona State.

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              • KQAL's "The Live Feed" presents Trevor Marty

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                Trevor Marty is a musician and songwriter who was born in Texas but raised all around Minnesota. Trevor refers to Winona as his hometown, but is currently living in Rochester. He is a 4th generation musician being raised in a family full of musicians. Trevor has traveled to many different places and performed at bluegrass festivals around the states. He refers to his music as "quirky americana". Using an acoustic guitar and a resonator, he likes to tell a story through the sound he creates from his instruments and lyrics.

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                • Steps to save a mall!

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                  Two youthful commercial real estate agents are working hard to improve a mall that is need of revitalization! They hit the road on the second day of the project and work to engage the community and find what can be done to help save this large commercial property.

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                  • Navajo Oral History Project (2009) Ruth Roessel - Living History

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                    This documentary film was researched, photographed, edited and produced by students of Winona State University (Winona, Minnesota) and Diné College (Tsaile, Arizona, Navajo Nation) during summer 2009. It contains stories Ruth Roessel of Round Rock, Arizona, told the students during several hours of interviews about her life. This documentary film is archived at the Navajo Nation Museum, Navajo Nation Library, Winona State University Library, and Diné College Library, and at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian. The film is part of the Navajo Oral History project, a multi-year collaboration between the Winona State University Mass Communication Department and Diné College, the official Tribal College of the Navajo Nation.

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                    • Navajo Oral History Project (2011) Mitzie Begay - Living History

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                      This documentary film was researched, photographed, edited and produced by students of Winona State University (Winona, Minnesota) and Diné College (Tsaile, Arizona, Navajo Nation) during summer 2011. It contains stories Mitzie Begay of Fort Defiance, Arizona, told the students during several hours of interviews about her life. This documentary film is archived at the Navajo Nation Museum, Navajo Nation Library, Winona State University Library, and Diné College Library, and at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of the American Indian. The film is part of the Navajo Oral History project, a multi-year collaboration between the Winona State University Mass Communication Department and Diné College, the official Tribal College of the Navajo Nation.

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