This week on Points North, we examine the tart cherry tariff fallout and what it means for the industry.
Plus, a Northport man made his childhoom dream a reality after a traumatic brain industry in his late 30s.
Michigan’s tart cherry industry is dying out to the tune of $5 million dollars of lost impact to the state since 2010, according to a Michigan State University study.
After another trade loss in January, cherry farmers are considering desperate measures.
At the start of a new decade, our community reporters from Red Pine Radio have been bringing us stories about dramatic life change.
This week, we meet a man whose demeanor changed entirely when he suffered a brain injury — but there was a happy ending.