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The first thing to any album, was discussion with the band (in this case, my friend Matt.)  What’s to discuss?  The general sound of the album and mainly how we were going to actually go about recording. The first thing we needed were, obviously, drums. Luckily things fell easily on the planning end and on […]

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(MARQUETTE, MI) – The annual Marquette County tradition of running, biking and swimming to support the “Y” is coming soon. Jenna Zdunek from the YMCA of Marquette County joined Mark and Walt in the Morning to preview this special event. The “Y” is hosting the Fourth Teal Lake Triathalon on July 16-th. The annual event […]

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Fresh from the farm produce, tasty baked treats just out of the oven, locally raised beef, live music, arts and crafts on a sunny day in the downtown. That’s the farmers market experience, and it’s right in your town. Sarah Monte, Farmers Market Master with the Marquette Downtown Development Authority and Education and Program Co-ordinator […]

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Marquette, Michigan – Some days just SUCK!! Tight deadlines at work, kids at home not acting their age and ignoring their classwork; co-workers bringing you in on their issues while you’re dealing with your own….SUCKS!  Here are some quick tips on how to blow-off the steam while not blowing your top. -WALK AWAY!  Just remove yourself from […]

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There’s a great opportunity to get out and enjoy the beauty of the waters of the U.P.. The Upper Peninsula Community Rowing Club is taking part in National Learn To Row Day. It’s coming up on Saturday, June 11th at Founder’s Landing in Marquette. Cynthia Thompson and Sally Davis with the UPCRC joined Mark Evans […]

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(MARQUETTE, MI) – Michigan State Senator Tom Casperson says the state budget should be on it’s way to Governor Rick Snyder for his signature ahead of schedule. The Delta County Republican, appearing today on Sunny 101.9 WKQS-fm’s Mark and Walt in the Morning, said the Senate version of the budget is now in the hands […]

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(MARQUETTE) – Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry has dismissed its lawsuit against the City of Mackinac Island and their complaint with the Michigan Public Service Commission. Shepler’s launched a lawsuit against the city and a competing ferry company, which was formed when two other ferry companies joined together to form one large operation. Shepler’s legal challenge […]

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(MARQUETTE, MI) – Golfers looking for a fun and laid back golf outing for a good cause need to look no further.  The 10th annual Flanigan’s/Great Lakes Radio/Biolife Plasma Services golf outing is coming next weekend.  This event puts the “fun” in Fund raising and is being held at Gentz Homestead Golf Course in Chocolay […]

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(MARQUETTE, MI) – Get on your bikes and Tour Da U.P.! Enjoy the beautiful Upper Peninsula on your bike this summer and help out Yooper kids and families at the same time. Teaching Family Homes of Upper Michigan is presenting the annual “Tour Da U.P.” this August. Mike Smith and Rich Rossway with Teaching Family […]

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– Marquette, MI.  By:  Mark Evans Feel fat?  Many people in the Upper Peninsula do.    Here are five simple tips on how you can feel like you’re eating enough, stay healthy; but still get started on the weight loss most people are striving for. – Drink water when you feel hungry.  More often then not, hunger […]

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