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Another Great Year for the River Rats

Marquette, MI – June 26, 2017 – 5 years ago, some friends and I decided to restart a tradition of some of our Fathers.  We had heard stories of this group of guys who would take canoes and travel down the Escanaba River. A group of friends and I came together and decided we wanted […]

U.P. High School Football All-Star Game Returns Saturday

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Marquette, MI – June 21, 2017 – The best high school football players will take the field on Saturday at the Superior Dome in Marquette for the 10th annual U.P. Football All-Star Game. This year a new, fun wrinkle was added. The first 9 games the teams were divided geographically. The first 7 years the […]

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Cavs Part Ways with David Griffin

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Marquette, MI – June 20, 2017 – This week leading up to the 2017 NBA Draft, which takes place this Thursday evening, has been one for the ages. We’ve seen Boston trade the #1 overall pick when everyone thought Markelle Fultz was a lock to the Celtics. He is now a virtual lock to the […]

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Koepka Goes Record Low to Win U.S. Open

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Marquette, MI – June 19, 2017 – It was quite the memorable weekend at Erin Hills. For the first time in Major Championship history, the top three ranked golfers in the world missed the cut (Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day). We saw a U.S. Open record low round on Saturday from Justin Thomas (9-under […]

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“World’s Largest Frying Pan”

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“World’s Largest Frying Pan”

Marquette, MI – June 16, 2017 – I had heard the advertisements for the “World’s Largest Frying Pan” that was happening today at Econo Foods in Marquette.  They were offering a free breakfast so I figured I had to go check it out. I was not disappointed. I had never seen a frying pan that […]

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U.S. Open Begins Today

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U.S. Open Begins Today

Marquette, MI – June 15, 2017 – There are 4 weekends every spring/summer that I don’t mind sacrificing being out in the beautiful weather to stay in and watch TV. These weekends are when Major Championship Golf is taking place. Today marks the start of the 2nd major championship tournament of the year, the 2017 […]

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Proper Hydration is the Key to Great Days

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Proper Hydration is the Key to Great Days

Marquette, MI – June 13, 2017 – Ever have those days where you just feel sluggish no matter how much coffee or other caffeine drinks you down? You’re probably just dehydrated and you need to drink some more water! Water is obviously essential for the human body, but people seem to underestimate just how much […]

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Horsey McHorseFace Gets a Win

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Marquette, MI – June 7, 2017 – Do you remember that trend from a few years ago when people were giving random names to things where the guideline was “Noun McNounface” or “Verb McVerbface”? Anything where the forename matched the surname with the “Mc” in front and “face” followed the surname? Well, three years ago, […]

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Alex Honnold and the Unthinkable

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Marquette, MI – June 6, 2017 – Yesterday on the show I talked about a story that I had read on National Geographic about a rock climber, Alex Honnold, doing the unthinkable and free soloing El Capitan at Yosemite National Park. El Capitan is a nearly 3,000 foot all granite wall in Yosemite National Park […]

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Beautiful Day at the Ballpark

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Marquette, MI – June 5, 2017 – There are few better experiences than taking in a beautiful day at a big league ballpark. The sound of enthusiastic fans, the smell of hot dogs and roasted peanuts, and that first time you see the gorgeous green grass on the field. All of these things contribute to […]

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