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Great Lakes Center For Youth Development Update

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Area non-profit agencies in Marquette and Alger Counties will be able to gain valuable information to make their groups stronger and more effective thanks to a special conference being put on by the Great Lakes Center For Youth Development this fall. Ann Gonyea, with the GLCYD, visited [...]

National Night Out Gets Local In Marquette County, MI

MARQUETTE, MI (Great Lakes Radio News) – A national effort to prevent crime in local communities is coming to Marquette County. The National Night Out is an effort that encourages communities to hold block parties, barbecues or other safe, alcohol-free parties so people can get to know their neighbors and their law enforcement officers. Michigan [...]

Y Wednesday Update With The YMCA Of Marquette County

MARQUETTE, MI (Great Lakes Radio News) – Marquette County has recently been found to be the most obese county in Michigan. That’s according to a statistics in Michigan’s Behavioral Risk Factor Survey. Data shows that Marquette County residents are not simply overweight, but they are considered obese. They also do not eat well and they [...]

The Great Lakes Rodeo Gallops Into Marquette County

MARQUETTE, MI (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Marquette County Fairgrounds will be full of rodeo excitement this weekend as the Great Lakes Rodeo returns to the area. This two-day event features traditional rodeo activities and more. There will be a barn dance on Saturday night at 9 featuring Bordertown and things to do for [...]

Michigan Iron Industry Museum Entertains Dad With Classic Cars And Trucks

MARQUETTE, MI (Great Lakes Radio News) – The Michigan Iron Industry Museum in Marquette County’s Negaunee Township is hosting an annual event that is one of the most popular Father’s Day activities in the county. The museum is presenting it’s annual “Iron, Steel and the Automobile” show and exhibit this Sunday, June 19-th, which is [...]

Marquette County’s Cruise-N-Coffee Does It Again To Benefit Bay Cliff Health...

MARQUETTE, MI (Great Lakes Radio News) – Marquette County’s Cruise -N- Coffee has announced the results of their recent Charity Week effort to benefit Bay Cliff Health Camp in Big Bay, MI. Dawn Johnson, spokesperson for Cruise N-Coffee joined Sunny 101.9′s Mark and Walt in the Morning today to let the listeners know how much [...]

U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow Discusses Alternative Fuels And The Farm Bill...

MARQUETTE, MI (Great Lakes Radio News) – Michigan’s junior U.S. Senator, Debbie Stabenow (D – Lansing) appeared on Sunny 101.9 WKQS-fm’s Mark and Walt in the Morning today to discuss a range of topics. Senator Stabenow chatted on the Marquette, MI radio station about alternative fuel research for automobiles in Michigan and how this type [...]

Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry Drops Lawsuit Against Mackinac Island

(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 [...]

Hitting The Links In Marquette County For A Good Cause

(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 [...]

A Follow-up To The Picnic Rocks Graffiti Incident In Marquette, MI

Phyllis Loonsfoot, with the Women’s Center and Harbor House Domestic Violence Shelter in Marquette, MI discussed her thoughts about the recent incident involving pro-domestic violence graffiti at the Picnic Rocks city park. The graffiti, which read “BEAT YOUR WIFE” was reported to her by a concerned citizen, and following the placing of a picture of [...]