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Auditions for the Lake Superior Youth Theatre summer production of “The Mouse That Roared” today and tomorrow from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Graveraet School on the third floor. There is no feed to audition but there is a fee to participate.  Scholarships are available from the The LG Kaufman Foundation and Marquette County […]

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Today’s Answer: Die Hard Winner: Dakota Today’s winner is Dakota!  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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Verb: Skulk (SKULK) Definition: 1. To move in a stealthy or furtive manner. 2. To hide or conceal something or oneself, often out of cowardice or fear, or with sinister intent. Sample sentence: The handsome gray bird would usually skulk around in the bushes every morning, waiting for me to fill the feeder.

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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – A group of students from the Marquette Alternative High School are literally taking steps to stop bullying in schools. Cindy DePetro, teacher and students Sophia Novak, Jessica Haskell and Kylie Bressette joined Great Lakes Radio’s Mike Plourde today on the SUNNY Morning Show to discuss the “Love […]

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MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – The 1st Annual “Run for Life” is coming to the Ellwood Mattson Lower Harbor Park in early June. This new event features a 10K and 5K run as well as a walk and is designed to promote organ donation.  The events will get underway at 9am on […]

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If your car has heated seats, you may have noticed an occasional rash on the back of your legs. That’s “toasted skin syndrome,” a new condition reported in the February 2012 issue of the Archives of Dermatology. The rash, known medically as erythema ab igne (EAI), indicates that you’ve been exposed to heat but haven’t […]

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Your boat is calling With Memorial Day right around the corner, boats of every shape and size will soon make their spring debut! Stay safe out there and make sure you and your family know the rules – take a boater safety class and earn your boater safety certificate. Michigan conservation officers and Michigan county […]

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  The 7th Annual Hope Starts Here Challenge – May 12th, 2012. Another Successful Event this morning as Walt Lindala Broadcasts Live from Lakeview Arena. Today’s Hope Starts Here Events included Competitive 5K, 10K runs and individual and team duathlon. New this year was a competitive 1/2 marathon. We also had non competitive options including […]

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Wild Hogs, Political Editorials, Jim Bushy’s Compassion for Veterans. This week on In The Right Mind we wanted to spend additional time on some topics we’ve talked about in the past few weeks and give the opportunity for anyone to call in and talk about a topic that’s important to them. Jim Bushy joined us […]

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Most yooper gardeners give growing tomatoes a try, even new gardeners. I appreciated Yahoo’s  10 tips for improving productivity and growing better tomatoes. Tomato Tip #1: Give Tomatoes What They Like Tomatoes do best when you give them what they like. They like warm, fertile, slightly moist soil that drains well, 6-8 hours of full […]

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