October 21, 2003 - Mainstreet Radio's Bob Kelleher looks back to 1978, when two lawyers drafted an historic compromise that still guides activities in the Boundary Waters today. Report includes various interviews and speech excerpts.
August 24, 1998 - As part of the “Voices of Minnesota" series, this program features MPR’s Dan Olson interviewing Don Fraser, former Minneapolis mayor and former U.S. congressman; and Leonard Lindquist, a Minneapolis attorney.
December 23, 1992 - MPR’s Tom Fudge reports on the Minneapolis Police Federation. Report contains comments about organization from Keith Ellison, member of Coalition for Police Accountability; Al Berryman, Minneapolis Police Federation president; Don Fraser, Mayor of Minneapolis; and a few Minneapolis police officers.
February 6, 1989 - MPR’s Kate Smith reports on protests over incidents of police brutality.
January 16, 1985 - MPR Special coverage of Don Fraser giving the State of the City address at the Lutheran Brotherhood Auditorium in downtown Minneapolis.
March 12, 1983 - On this Weekend program, Don Fraser, mayor of Minneapolis, discusses various issues of the city. Topics include Minneapolis fire department, development, job market, and race relations. Fraser also answers listener questions.
August 12, 1982 - MPR’s Dan Olson reports on fight to keep open Little Earth, a housing project of 212 units of relatively inexpensive housing located at Franklin and Cedar in Minneapolis. It is also one of the centers of the Minneapolis Indian community. Report includes commentary from Little Earth board member Clyde Bellecourt and Minneapolis Mayor Don Fraser.
October 14, 1981 - Don Fraser, Minneapolis mayor, speaking at Macalester College on the economic, military and defense policies of the Reagan administration. Program includes a brief introductory report from MPR’s Bob Potter.
September 8, 1979 - On this regional public affairs program, a preview of the Minneapolis mayoral primary election to succeed retiring Mayor Al Hofstede. Candidates in the DFL primary include Don Fraser, former U.S. Congressman (the DFL endorsed candidate); James Rice, Minnesota state representative; Tim Campbell, gay activist, and others. Candidates in the Independent Republican primary include Mike Barros (Independent-Republican endorsed), and others. Charles Stenvig, former mayor, is the Independent candidate for general election.
May 31, 1978 - MPR’s Greg Barron reports on a potential compromise BWCA bill put forth by Minnesota’s U.S. Representative Bruce Vento and California’s U.S. Representative Phillip Burton. Bill would allow motorized vehicles in the Boundary Waters, with a timed phase out over a number of years.