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Ishpeming, MI – Meghann Babcock of Negaunee won the American of Marquette – Great Lakes Radio Christmas To Remember Giveaway 2011, winning a Klausner E 3000-S Series sofa, loveseat, chair, and ottoman, as well as a Toshiba 40″ LCD 1080p HDTV & Techcraft Contemporary TV Stand.  All will be delivered and set up in her […]

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Pistachios in the shell may not be as popular as traditional choices like carrots for a healthy (practically no-cal) snack, but as one of the lowest calorie nuts, they have another advantage: shelling them slows down snacking – and a growing pile of shells shows may remind you of how much you’ve eaten. A study […]

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Adjective: Taciturn (TASS-uh-tern) Definition: Temperamentally disinclined to talk. Sample sentence: The waiter, previously friendly and good-humored, suddenly became solemn and taciturn.

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If you suffer from chronic sinus problems, nasal congestion or postnasal drip, you may want to consider using a Neti pot. Originally from the Ayurvedic tradition, a Neti pot resembles a genie’s lamp and uses a saltwater solution to irrigate nasal passages and sinuses, making nasal mucus thinner and flushing out irritants. It’s fairly easy […]

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Noun: Keister (KEE-stir) Definition: 1. A person’s buttocks. 2. A small suitcase or satchel. Sample sentence: He fell right on his keister in front of the whole crowd.

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If you want the health benefits of broccoli, you’ll have to eat it – forget supplements – and you’ll have to cook it right, as well. New research from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University has shown that supplements that purport to give you the nutritional equivalent of the actual vegetable fall short […]

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The Miner boys took on Kingsford on Friday night with the Miners coming out on top by a final score of 65 to 41. Negaunee next face the Redmen of Marquette on Friday the 16th with tip-off at 8:00pm and pre-game at 7:30pm. For all your Negaunee Miners basketball action tune into Sunny 101.9 WKQS […]

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MOVIE: Napoleon Dynamite ANSWER: “You Could Drink Whole If You Wanted To” WINNER: Kathy A listless and alienated teenager, Preston, Idaho’s most curious resident, Napoleon Dynamite, lives with his grandma and his 32-year-old brother (who cruises chat rooms for ladies) and works to help his best friend, Pedro, snatch the Student Body President title from […]

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Children are naturally curious. Encourage that curiosity with this Japanese Cultural class designed for youth. In this four-week series, children and teens will learn basic Japanese words, how to eat with chopsticks, how to write their name in Japanese calligraphy, how to create beautiful shapes using origami and taste Japanese food. The free class will […]

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Noun: Swivet (SWIV-ut) Definition: A state of extreme agitation. Sample sentence: She was in a swivet for days before the meeting, but when the actual day arrived she found she was surprisingly calm.

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