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  The Negaunee Miner Girls take their 2 – 0 record to Escanaba Tuesday Night December 6th for a battle with the Eskymo’s.  Negaunee has beaten Gladstone and Manistique so far this season, and are looking for a second win against a GNC opponent.  Mark Evans has the call, pre-game at 7:10, opening tip is […]

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Noun: Crux (KRUKS) Definition: 1. A puzzling or difficult problem. 2. An essential point requiring resolution or resolving an outcome. 3. A main or central feature (as of an argument). Sample sentence: The crux of the city’s problem with traffic congestion is that many people find the buses to be unpredictable and don’t trust them […]

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Although holiday decorations can be beautiful they can also present health and safety hazards. Angel hair is finely spun glass, which can be irritating to the skin, eyes, and the throat if swallowed. Wear gloves to avoid eye and skin irritation while decorating. Bubble lights contain a small amount of methylene chloride, which is also […]

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MOVIE: Dr. Suess’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas ANSWER: “I Guess I Could Use Some Social Interaction” WINNER: Pam Based on the book by the famous Dr. Seuss. Inside a snowflake exists the magical land of Whoville. In Whoville, live the Who’s, an almost mutated sort of munchkinlike people. All the Who’s love Christmas, yet […]

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Adjective: Salient (SAIL-yunt) Definition: 1. Jutting forward beyond a line. 2. Standing out conspicuously: prominent; especially of notable significance. Sample sentence: The speech was filled with so much twisted rhetoric that it was hard to identify any salient points.

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Some of the common holiday plants, such as the poinsettia and mistletoe have often been considered very poisonous, even life-threatening. Although caution should be exercised, ingestion of these plants is not fatal. The Amaryllis, an exotic plant from tropical America and Africa has brilliant-colored flowers and green strap-shaped leaves. A stomach-ache can occur if the […]

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Negaunee – The winter sports season has begun at Negaunee High School along with schools all over the UP.  The Girls basketball team already has a few games on the record and the Boys basketball has their first game tomorrow.  Swimming and wrestling will be gearing up to start within the next few weeks.  Listen […]

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Walt mentioned this morning when I was hanging out in the studio about a listener asking if the victory toss for Main Street Monday actually happens. I decided to try and take a picture of the toss for proof’s sake..  

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This past Saturday evening the bottom of the Peter White Library was just a bit louder than normal as an indie rock concert featuring four bands was held. Marquette’s own Endeavor to Persevere and Wett Nurse opened, playing their respective styles of thrash punk and garage rock which the crowd got into.  This was the […]

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The Miners took on the Emeralds on Friday night with Negaunee coming out on top by a final score of 56 to 50. After trailing by 7 points early in the half the Miners came back to make it 26 – 19 going into the second. The second half brought a push from the Emerald […]

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