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The Children Theme Continues on Time for Wisdom with Pastor Jeff

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Marquette, MI  –  April 28, 2017  –  Well, we’ve certainly had our share of April showers to bring May flowers! It is amazing how quickly the weeks fly by, and plans are already being made for Memorial Day weekend with higher speed limits in Michigan. Hopefully folks will heed the wisdom featured this week on […]

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NAMI Hosts Special Speaker

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Marquette, MI – April 26, 2017 – Mental Illness affects many people in our society. People need help when dealing with mental illness, but the stigma surrounding it prevents many who need help from seeking it. NAMI (National Alliance on mental Illness) works to reduce that stigma, and encourage those dealing with mental illness to […]

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Busy Weekend for Great Start Parent Coalition

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Escanaba, MI – April 25, 2017 – It was a busy weekend for the Delta County Great Start Parent Coalition this past weekend. They hosted a Teddy Bear checkup as well as their Fun Fest. Lauren Mold, Great Start Parent Coalition Liaison, stopped by the 8th Day with Todd Pazz to discuss the coalition as […]

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Van Riper State Park Ready to Kickoff 2017 Season

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Champion, MI – April 24, 2017 – Camping, hiking, kayaking, hot dogs over an open fire.  Images of a fantastic summer start to play in the heads of many as we approach the month of May. All of those great activities and more can be found at Van Riper State Park. Melanie Brand of Van […]

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Negaunee High School Robotics Celebrates Successful Season

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Marquette, MI – April 21, 2017 – The Negaunee High School Robotics team had a season they could hang their hats on. Mitchell LaBell stopped by the 8th Day with Todd Pazz to discuss this season, and the future of Robotics at Negaunee High School. LaBell, lead programmer for the team this year, vividly remembers […]

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Concert Celebrating 100 Years of Finland Independence in Marquette

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Marquette, MI – April 20, 2017 – 100 years ago this year, Finland gained independence from Russia.  To honor that and celebrate the 100th anniversary, the Marquette Chorale Society is putting on a concert titled “Sure on this Sunny Night.” Howard Harding from Northern Michigan University stopped by the 8th Day with Todd Pazz to […]

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Grow Fresh Produce Year-Round with Hoop Houses

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Marquette, MI – April 19, 2017 – Have you ever hated the fact that your home grown tomatoes and other veggies aren’t quite as big or ripe as the ones you can get at the market? That’s because the growing season in the U.P. is just too short. But you can extend growing seasons using […]

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It’s a Show About the Children – This Week on Time For Wisdom with Pastor Jeff on Sunny 101.9

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Marquette, MI  –  April 19, 2017  –  This week on Time For Wisdom with Pastor Jeff the show is focused on children. We’re going to be listening to some of my children’s music throughout the show before moving on to the fascinating story of Josiah Cullen. Josiah Cullen was a non-verbal autistic boy who the […]

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Trips to Iceland and Drones

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Marquette, MI – April 18, 2017 – Fresh off of her photography trip to Iceland, Great Lakes Radio Chief Photographer Lauren Bareiss stopped by the 8th Day with Todd Pazz to discuss her trip as well as her experience using drones. Lauren talks about the beauty that she almost didn’t see in Iceland. The first […]

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Cottage Food Law Allows You to Sell Homemade Goods this Summer

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Marquette, MI – April 17, 2017 – With summer coming right around the corner, it’s almost time for warm Saturday afternoons spent at the Farmers Market. If you’re one that loves to bake, you can sell your delicious goodies thanks to the Cottage Food Law. Michelle Walk stopped by the 8th Day with Todd Pazz […]

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