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The Negaunee Miners are headed to Quarterfinals downstate and they need your help to get there! Tuesday, March 19th the boys varsity baseketball team will be leaving early in the morning, heading to Gaylord to play Maple City Glen Lake in the MHSAA High School Basketball Quarterfinals! This morning on the Sunny Morning Show with […]

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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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Noun: Aphorism  (A-fuh-riz-um) Definition: 1. A concise statement of a principle. 2. A terse formulation of a truth or sentiment: adage. Sample sentence: When decorating, remember the familiar aphorism, “less is more.”

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We usually think of gazpacho as a refreshing summer treat, but researchers from the University of Barcelona in Spain have shown that the traditional spicy blend of tomatoes, cucumber, garlic and olive oil can help control high blood pressure year round. The study examined the effect of gazpacho consumption in 3,995 individuals as part of […]

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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – This Saturday on March 16th is the Marquette Mountain Polar Plunge at Marquette Mountain.  The event is a fundraiser for the Special Olympics in Michigan and registration starts at 1 PM. Carla White called in to The Sunny Morning Show to discuss the Polar Plunge and if […]

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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – This month currently it is Reading Month In Michigan and Diane Jarvi and Joe Servia from Americorp joined Mike Plourde this morning on the The Sunny Morning Show to discuss what Americorp does and what’s going on for Reading Month In Michigan. LISTEN – Diane Jarvi and […]

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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Tonight is “Evening At The Archives” at the Learning Resource Center Room 126, which is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of WNMU.  NMU Archivist Marcus Robbins came to The Sunny Morning Show to give some details about what the evening is going to be all about. LISTEN – […]

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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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Adjective: Gnomic  (NOH-mik) Definition: 1. Characterized by aphorism. 2. Given to the composition of aphoristic writing. Sample sentence: Some critics have praised the young artist’s gnomic utterances, while others argue that her sayings are simply pretentious rubbish.

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Do you look both ways before crossing the street? Not likely, reports a team of researchers at the University of Washington. They observed the behavior of more than 1,000 people as they crossed 20 high-risk intersections in Seattle during the summer of 2012. Only 25 percent of walkers looked both ways before crossing. Nearly one-third […]

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