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Marquette – March 30, 2103 – Easter weekend has come and Silver Creek Church in Harvey and about 100 people celebrated the historical significance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ which is at the center of Christianity. 100 plus people enjoyed a fantastic worship service with a guitar band, excellent singers in 5 part harmony, […]

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Negaunee Miner Boys Head to Lansing

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Negaunee – March 20, 2013 – The Miners are downstate and heading to the Jack Breslin Center.  Wayne R. Johnson will broadcast the Miners LIVE on Sunny 101.9fm beginning at 1:45 Thursday afternoon. The Miners played in Gaylord last night and won 56 to 55. We all stand behind them as U.P. Power kicks in.  […]

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Secure Lasting Foundations

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The “Mighty Mack” is the fourth largest suspension bridge in the world today. My first trip over the Mackinac bridge came as I moved my family from Pennsylvania to the Upper Peninsula. What a breath-taking experience! The Mackinaw bridge was officially opened on November 1, 1957 and officials say that it will last 1,000 years! […]

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Two Victories I wish To Share This Morning

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  Lansing  – Escanaba  – March 13, 2013 –  A couple of  Upper Peninsula Victories came across my desk this morning that excite me. Walt Lindala and Bill Tibor emailed me a picture of four prestigious broadcast excellence awards they received in Lansing last night.   Plus the Negaunee Miners sailed past Houghton for a […]

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I Agree with Sunny’s Deedee Good Eating Makes For Good health

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Marquette  –  March 7, 2013  –  Good food, fresh food, alive foods, fruit, real whole oats, corn products, grilled chicken, salads of all types are the foods that seem to consume me these days.  Then my friend sends me this. Hmmmm?  Doesn’t sound so bad ( hee he hee)

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Good Presenters Make For a Fun Time at the Mall

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Germany – Christmas 2013 – Do you appreciate a good presenter? A good salesman? Someone who is helpful? Even though this is in German, you get the point. I think I might buy one.

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NASA Vists MARS in HD

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Mars – I like Sci-Fi. But when it’s real, it’s even better. Ok there might be alittle Hollywood here. Mars is millions of miles away. Here’s how you get there. This is a very cool 6minute video. Enjoy!

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126th Annual Ski Jumping Tournament a Success in Ishpeming at Suicide Hill

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Ishpeming – February 6, 2013 – Several hundred people gathered at Suicide Hill for the 126th annual ski jump featuring a giant bonfire. WFXD Photographer, Naomi Noordyk, made these comments; “There were a lot of people. It was cold and very snowy. My camera got quite wet. This is definitely a community event where you […]

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A Kiss To Beat All Kisses

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February 3, 2013  –  New Orleans  –  Now which one of you Sunny ladies would kiss this guy?  This commercial yesterday made me smile.  I mean really, sexy meets smart?   Now what would it take for you to kiss this guy?   A special thanks to Mashable for having this commercials on line and […]

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Gov. Rick Snyder With Third State of the State Address Focusing on Roads

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  Lansing – Wednesday , January 16, 2013 – With Michigan losing $3 million each day in lost maintenance and wear and tear on roads and bridges (totaling $1.095 billion every year), our state’s roads are consistently ranked among the worst in the nation. The Small Business Association of Michigan anticipates the governor will focus […]

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