Rachel Reabe

Minnesota Public Radio

Rachel Reabe has worked for Minnesota Public Radio since 1985. She was an original member of the Mainstreet Radio team, a production unit developed to increase the quantity and quality of news coverage in rural Minnesota. She served as supervising producer for the team. Now, she host live Mainstreet Radio specials, taking the show on the road to Minnesota communities to focus on the challenges and triumphs of rural living.

Rachel Reabe Feature Archive

The Memorial Day weekend is the traditional start for the summer tourist season. Resorts and other tourist-oriented businesses are hoping for a summer season that will compensate for several years of struggle. (05/26/2003)
Here is an opportunity for citizens to join a community discussion about Minnesota's deer hunting tradition. (11/18/2002)
The Pequot Lakes School District receives less-than-average state aid because state support is based on assessed property values. (03/17/1998)
Recorded live in Duluth, this Mainstreet Radio special discusses winter recreation, its impact on the state's economy, and the sometimes conflicting demands of enthusiasts of different sports. (01/14/1998)
A special live broadcast from Bemidji Minnesota about managing the deer population. (11/06/1997)
Pierz, holding steady at a thousand people, is still a one-church town, but things are slowly changing. In the schools, on main street, and in the church. (10/08/1997)
Convicts face life without cigarettes. (07/31/1997)