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Adjective: Bosky (BAH-skee) Definition: 1. Having abundant trees or shrubs 2. Of or relating to a woods Sample sentence: As we drove away from the city, apartment buildings gave way to homes with yards, then at last to a bosky landscape dominated by tall trees.

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Northern meats moves from Harvey to the Country Village Ishpeming with a Marquette store on 3rd Street at Huron Earth Deli. “Congratulations Glenn” said Todd Noordyk, a avid customer of Smoke House Glenn.com. “Glenn, I am so excited you are on my way home,” said Noordyk. SmokeHouseGlenn.com is home to nearly 40 types of jerky, […]

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There’s so much under the glass these days. It seems like there is glass all around us. Take a peek at this 5 minute Dow Corning video about the applications of glass. But for me, I really don’t like touch screen stuff. I kinda prefer wood, rough sawn to be exact in cedar or pine. […]

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Vitamin D + Exercise = Fewer Falls. That’s the conclusion from a review of 54 studies that included data from more than 26,000 seniors. Investigators from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force analyzed the studies in an effort to determine the best recommendations primary care physicians could make to patients age 65 and older in […]

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Marquette – 02/28/12 -

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Adjective: Livelong (LIV-lawng) Definition: Whole: Entire Sample Sentence: They worked hard all the livelong day and finally fell into their beds, exhausted and well past sundown.

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Low fitness is the strongest predictor of death! So if we have 24 hours a day, and we work and sleep in 23 and 1/2 hours, what is the single best thing we can do for our health? Being slightly active to active for 30minutes a day makes everything good! Note: But the rate of […]

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Slowly digested, high-fiber carbohydrate foods such as whole grains, lentils, pinto beans, and kidney beans, can help reduce levels of C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker for the inflammation associated with heart disease and other chronic illnesses, by about 22 percent in overweight or obese adults. This finding comes from a study at the Fred Hutchinson […]

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Sunny 101.9 WKQS New Music Adds. Ed Hale “Scene in San Francisco” Ed Hale “Scene in San Francisco” is your new music add and song of the day on Sunny 101.9 WKQS. “Scene in San Francisco” is a new song from Ed Hale and can be heard today on Sunny 101.9 WKQS. It’s always your […]

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Marquette – 02/27/12 – Michigan Primaries are tomorrow, get out and VOTE!!! I took in the closing 4 questions to the Arizona Debates and I know who I’m NOT voting for – Mitt Romney! This over-polished professional politician should bow out and save the race for the other three candidates. Here is a 1994 debate […]

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