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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Two activities going on in the Irontown are set to benefit both the community and the school district. Anna Mattson, organizer with the Negaunee Beautification Committee, and Emily Strazzinski, Music Teacher at the Lakeview School in Negaunee, joined the SUNNY Morning Show today to discuss both projects. […]

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If more people at high risk for cardiac disease ate dark chocolate daily, there might be fewer heart attacks and strokes. That conclusion comes from a team of Australian researchers who explored the long-term benefits of chocolate – already known to be heart protective – via a mathematical model. They based the model on more […]

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Noun: Scaramouch  (SKAIR-uh-moosh) Definition: 1. A cowardly buffoon 2. A rascal or scamp Sample sentence: Dorothy was wary about lending money to her uncle, a  scaramouch who never took responsibility for his actions.

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Plans have already been made for visiting my parents at the end of the week when they go camping at a local state campground.  This had reminded that I had no worries about buying a one day pass for my care. Why? Because I got the Recreation Passport the last time I renewed my registration.  […]

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A classic aircraft from the early days of commercial travel is at the Sawyer International Airport today. The EAA’s restored 1929 Ford Tri-Motor aircraft is making it’s 2012 tour, bringing people back to the “Golden Age” through Wednesday, August 15th. Nicknamed the “Tin Goose,” the Ford Tri-Motor was the world’s first mass-produced airliner. It was […]

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Today’s Answer: The Sandlot Winner: Connie Today’s winner is Connie! 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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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Dylan Patterson of Ishpeming, a Fast Pitch League official, and teacher Tom Bleau of Ishpeming, supporter of the new Girls Softball Team will be hosting a weekend fund raiser for an exciting fast pitch weekend in Ishpeming. The duo joined SUNNY 101.9′s Mike Plourde to explain why […]

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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Lake Superior Theatre and the Marquette Regional History Center have teamed up to offer a return engagement of Behind the Dandelions.  It premiered to rave reviews at Kaufman Auditorium in June. Written and performed by Monica Nordeen, with music composed and performed on stage by Carrie Biolo, […]

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It’s quite common for blood pressure to vary from one arm to another. Typically, the pressure is a little higher in the dominant arm; for example, right-handed people will have higher readings in their right arms. According to the American Heart Association, if the difference between your two arms is 10 millimeters of mercury or […]

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Noun: Weald  (WEELD) Definition: 1. Heavily wooded area: forest 2. A wild or uncultivated usually upland region Sample sentence: The artist had a perfect view from his cabin window of a lush weald, providing him with  great inspiration for his latest painting.

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