Jessie Dick

Marketing Manager and Volunteer Coordinator

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Jessie joined WXPR in 2003. She grew up in southern Wisconsin, but her Grandparents have always called the Northwoods home.

She feels thrilled to work with such a talented and dedicated group of volunteers and staff, and enjoys meeting and getting to know the supporters that make WXPR possible.

When she’s not at WXPR, she’s reading, biking, skiing, or spending time with her husband and son.  

WXPR listeners hear Jessie during fun-drives, weekly on All Things Considered, and occasionally on Morning Edition

Jessie holds a BS in Design from Colorado State University.

Thanks to generous donations by local artists, community members and record companies WXPR Public Radio will hold an Art and CD Sale to raise funds for our local non-profit radio station.

The sale will be part of Rhinelander Chamber of Commerce “Art on the Courthouse Lawn and Car Show” held on Saturday, June 13th in downtown Rhinelander.

The WXPR Art and CD Sale will take place at the WXPR studios on 28N Stevens Street, Downtown Rhinelander from 9:00am until Noon.

Berdes Family

George R. Berdes, 1931 – 2015

George R. Berdes, a journalist and writer, died on May 6, 2015 in Milwaukee.  George’s  love of words produced a lifetime of fulfilling work as a journalist, teacher, editor, and in international affairs in Washington, D.C. and several foreign countries. His love for his wife, children and grandchildren was his passion.

With your pledge of $180.00 or more, you'll receive this WXPR Bluetooth Speaker! Connect the WXPR Bluetooth speaker to your smartphone, tablet or iPod. Anything you play will come through the speaker. It's great for streaming WXPR! 

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Watch this video to see how easy and fun the new WXPR Bluetooth Speakers are to use! 

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Our ten-day Spring Break Fun Drive takes place April 16th-25th. We'll have a drawing each day! PLUS we will be giving away a Stand Up Paddle Board as a Grand Prize! 

If you make a pledge now, or anytime before the 16th, you'll automatically be entered into all eleven drawings! Here's what we're giving away:

WXPR Public Radio announces that long-time staff member Jessie Dick will begin new duties at the radio station as Marketing Manager and Volunteer Coordinator.

 WXPR strives to bring a variety of excellent local voices, news, music, information, and activities to our service area.  Please take a moment to help us make decisions to evolve and improve WXPR offerings for YOU, our valued member and listener!  Thank you for helping us to make your station even better!  Take 2015 WXPR Member Survey

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Singer John McCutcheon spoke with WXPR's Natalie Jablonski in a special Live From the White Pine performance Wednesday, March 11th. 

91.7 fm Rhinelander    91.9 fm Wausau    100.9 fm Ironwood/Hurley

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This festival season Blues Friday host, Dale Zimmerman, celebrates the great musical heritage of New Orleans.  Learn how the beat of the street—from 100 year old jazz-funeral brass marching bands to Mardi Gras Indian parades—remains closely tied to the rhythms of everyday life in the Crescent City. Tune in February 20th, 7-8 pm, on Blues Friday. 

Valentine’s Day Sponsors

Happy Valentine's Day! 

·       Happy Birthday to Hoover. I’m wild for you.”  A listener from Summit Lake.

·       Barb, we miss you! Love, Tom, the children and grandchildren.

·       Sending love to the volunteers and friends of the Mercer Public Library, and to public library supporters everywhere.

·       To all our WXPR program hosts- thanks for your love of music.

·       Thank you for 69 wonderful years!

·       For Diane and John “From my heart to yours”.

The voice, guitar magic and stories of Ellis Paul filled WXPR's White Pine Room Thursday night. Colleen Finn of Northwoods Cafe hosted this Live from the White Pine on-air broadcast.

Our thanks to Ellis Paul for a wonderful evening! 

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