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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Upper Peninsula Animal Welfare Shelter, better known as UPAWS is holding their largest fundraiser of the year this Saturday in Marquette. Ann Brownell with UPAWS joined the SUNNY Morning Show with Walt & Mike today to chat with Mike Plourde to preview the annual “Strut Your […]

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Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Matt Williams, Aquatic Director of the YMCA of Marquette County, stopped in on The SUNNY Morning Show with Walt & Mike to talk about hitting the water for swimming and exercise classes this fall. Matt talked about a new style teaching swimming that is going into effect […]

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Adjectve: Agonistic (ag-uh-NISS-tik) Definition: 1. Argumentative. 2. Striving for effect: strained. 3. Of, relating to, or being aggressive or defensive social interaction (as fighting, fleeing, or submitting) between individuals usually of the same species. Sample sentence: No matter how much we try to get along, there is always an agonistic moment between my sister and […]

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Work schedules and family life can make old — and often unhealthy — habits particularly easy to fall back into. And unhealthy habits damage more than your waistline, they can be dangerous to your heart as well. The American Heart Association reports that unhealthy behaviors can slow the process in reducing heart disease and stroke […]

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  09/03/2013  Negaunee, MI-  It was a fantastic MPC battle in Negaunee this past Friday night, as the Negaunee Miners defeated the Manistique Emeralds 36-30.  Junior quarterback Ryan Syrjala led the way for the Miners with two rushing touchdowns and one passing.  Syrjala was able to hook up with wide receiver Zane Radloff on a […]

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  Today’s Answer: Kung Fu Panda 2 Winner:Stephanie Today’s winner is Stephanie! She wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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People call wrinkles at the corners of the eyes “crow’s feet.” If you have wrinkles between your eyebrows, those are called “frown lines.” Small muscle movements could cause wrinkles. Over your lifetime, frowning, smiling, or squinting can cause wrinkles. You can take steps to reduce the wrinkles. For example, wear sunglasses to avoid squinting in […]

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Adjective: Incipient (in-SIP-ee-unt) Definition: Beginning to come into being or to become apparent. Sample sentence: The project is still in its incipient stages, and the company has yet to reveal many details to the general public.

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Adjective: Proximate (PRAHK-shu-mut) Definition: 1. Immediately preceding or following: as in a chain of events, causes or effects. 2. Very near: close 3. Soon forthcoming: imminent. Sample sentence: The proximate cause of the disaster appeared to be human error, but the ultimate fault lay with the company’s lax safety policies.

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This fact about high blood pressure, or hypertension, may surprise you. According to the American Heart Association, about one in three American adults has it. That amounts to 75 million of us. Untreated, high blood pressure greatly raises the risk for heart disease and other serious conditions. Yet many of us tend to ignore it, […]

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