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The more omega-3 fatty acids in the diet, the lower the blood levels of a protein related to Alzheimer’s disease.  A study from Columbia University Medical Center in New York looked at blood levels of 10 nutrients in more than 1,200 seniors over the age of 65, none of whom had dementia. Just over a […]

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Tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m. is the last volunteer sign-up event for the Hiawatha Music Co-op.  The event will be held at the Conference Room of the Non Profit Commons, 129 W. Baraga Ave.  It’s west of the Food Co-op and the Children’s Museum. You can find more information on volunteering on their volunteer […]

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Today’s Answer: Stand By Me Winner: John Today’s winner is John!  He 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) – State Senator Tom Casperson is holding a series of town hall meetings later this week on property owner’s ability to groom their beachfront property. Senator Casperson called in to the SUNNY Morning Show today to outline the meeting schedule and what will be discussed.  The meetings are […]

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Verb: Skirl  (SKERL) Definition:  To emit the high shrill tone of the chanter;  also to give forth music or play on the bagpipe. Sample sentence: Wearing traditional tartans, the band paraded down the street and thrilled the crowd with the skirl of their bagpipes.

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Negaunee, Michigan – Along U.S. 41 and Croix Street in Negaunee, enthusiastic crowds jostling to get a their best view of the annual Negaunee Pioneer Days Fireworks over Teal Lake.   People from many miles away slipped into every parking lot and open slot, parking as many as 12  blocks away to secure a good vantage […]

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Do you dread getting a shot? If so, here’s a study that may help ease the pain of your next injection. Researchers in Germany looked at the ways a group of volunteers responded to painful and non-painful sensations. The participants were asked to watch video clips of a hand being pricked by a needle, touched […]

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Mike  Plourde of the Sunny Morning Show with Walt and Mike took the captains chair in the Sunny Van with Travis at the passenger seat as they rode through the Pioneer Days parade.  Check out the pictures of the parade .

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July 14 2012- Listen To The 60 Minute Show Audio This morning’s show covered the issue of Obamacare today, math the liberal way, and guest Congressman Dan Benishek. Rant 1 Rant1 Audio Summary The house lately has been working on trying to repeal Obamacare for some time now.  Some say it is a waste of […]

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Russia – July 14, 2012 – Russian thrill seekers are like jumping out of their Nike tennis shoes here. People from all over Europe will probably be riding this one. Wow!  What will amusement parks think of next? Can you imagine the gears and the hydraulics and the control systems that must be in place […]

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