Hans Ahlström

Operations Manager/Program & Music Director/Continuity Coordinator/Program Producer and Web

Hans Ahlström is the host of several programs including the daily musical variety show Weekday, the mostly straight ahead jazz show Night Studio, the self explanatory Blues Today, and the eclectic Sound Spectrum. You can also hear Hans as the local host of NPR's All Things Considered news magazine. He also helps manage Public Radio 90's web content, hires and trains student staff, writes the occasional news story, and ___________.

Ways to Connect

Hans Ahlstrom Superior String Alliance Executive Director about the SSA Camp for string players and the concert tour by camp faculty beginning next week.

For more information on the camp and the concert tour, visit the Superior String Alliance website

Vatican Science

Jul 10, 2017

A discussion of science and current issues with a priest who is, in fact, a scientist and lecturer for the Vatican. Our guest is acclaimed Astronomer and Director of the Vatican Observatory, Brother Guy Consolmagno.

Fish and Wildlife Service

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Duck Hunters Association and the state Department of Natural Resources are introducing the 2017 collector's edition Michigan duck stamp and prints.
The Michigan Waterfowl Stamp Program was established in 1976 and has become popular with hunters, conservationists and collectors around the nation.
Proceeds from the stamp sales are used for projects that help conserve wetlands and other waterfowl habitat.
This year's duck stamp features a pair of northern shovelers, painted by wildlife artist Guy Crittenden of Richmond, Virginia.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Lt. Gov. Brian Calley is starting a new effort to make Michigan's Legislature part-time.
The Detroit News reports Calley's Clean Michigan Committee announced Monday it submitted a new petition with revised language to the Secretary of State.
The new petition would generally require lawmakers to finish the regular legislative session by April 15 each year. The previous version sought to limit the regular session to 90 consecutive days.

Duffel blog

CLEVELAND (AP) — U.S. Coast Guard stations that watch over the Great Lakes say they're seeing a huge jump in fake distress calls.
The Coast Guard says more than 160 hoax calls have been made across the Great Lakes so far this year. That's nearly triple the number they had at this time last year.
Capt. Joseph McGilley of the Coast Guard's Cleveland-based Great Lakes unit says hoax calls put boaters at risk because they can divert search and rescue responders during real emergencies.

PLUM LAKE, Wis. (AP) — Vilas County authorities say a 74-year-old man has drowned in Razorback Lake in northern Wisconsin.
The sheriff's department says in a statement that dispatch received a 911 call around 10 a.m. Monday about an unoccupied anchored boat with a fishing net floating next to it.
Emergency crews found the man in about seven to 10 feet of water. The Oneida County Dive Team recovered the body.
The sheriff's department says the victim, whose name has not been released, was not wearing a life jacket when he was found.

An Ishpeming man is dead following an ATV accident in Ishpeming Township. According to WLUC-TV, 29-year old Ryan Helstein was riding his ATV in a wooded area east of Balsam Lane Sunday when his vehicle overturned, pinning him underneath. Emergency personnel were unable to revive him, and he was pronounced dead-at-the-scene. Police say speed was a contributing factor in the accident… which remains under investigation.

A downstate man is dead of an apparent drowning in Gogebic County. Sheriff’s deputies were notified Sunday evening at about 7:30 of a group of campers swimming near a canoe landing on East Bear Lake when one of the swimmers could not be located.

     Sheriff’s deputies, along with officers of the Lac Vieux Desert Tribal Police… Michigan State Police… and Michigan Department of Natural Resources searched until dark. The search resumed Monday morning with additional assistance from the U.S. Forest Service.

DETROIT (AP) — Unemployment is down, consumer confidence is up, and gas prices and interest rates are still low. Even so, U.S. auto sales fell 3 percent last month. It was the sixth straight monthly decline as sales dropped off last year's record pace. Industry analysts say it's no cause for alarm. Sales are dropping slightly because most people who delayed buying autos after the Great Recession have bought new cars already.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The application period for Michigan's fall turkey hunting licenses has started.
The Department of Natural Resources says more than 51,000 licenses are available, including 4,650 general licenses and 46,700 private-land licenses.
Applications are available through Aug. 1. The fee is $5.
The results and leftover license availability will be posted on Aug. 14. The 2017 season runs from Sept. 15 to Nov. 14.