Pioneer 90.1 Root Cellar Greyhound Broadcast by radionorthland published on 2013-08-05T16:30:06Z Jim and Jan Strandlie explore Minnesota history and northern Minnesota arts, culture, and folklore in this weekly show from KSRQ, Thief River Falls. Greyhound Bus Lines got its start in Hibbing, Minnesota in 1914. It remains today an inexpensive and convenient way to travel. Also in the show: Wendelin Grim, a German immigrant who lived in Chaska, Minnesota came to this country with a box of alfalfa seeds. He planted the seeds year after year and developed the first hardy alfalfa crop to be grown in Minnesota. And Jery Sollum, of rural Wannaska, MN had a dream to build a steel boat and sail it to Norway. He did just that.