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Late Night Deja Vu?

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Late Night Deja Vu?

Good night, Jay Leno. On Thursday, the longtime host of The Tonight Show will end his 22-year run on the NBC program. Leno’s final guests will be Billy Crystal and Garth Brooks. Crystal will be on the show for sentimental reasons: he appeared on the debut night of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Leno […]

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Dierks Bentley Teaming Up with OneRepublic for CMT Crossroads Next Month

Fans of the CMT show, Crossroads are accustomed to some odd pairings, but this one might take the cake! Dierks Bentley is teaming up with pop group OneRepublic for a new installment of CMT Crossroads. Dierks is expected to perform a few songs from his new album, Riser, during the show, which will premiere in […]

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Super Bowl Ratings Report In, and it’s Better Than the Game!

Fox’s telecast of Super Bowl 48 on Sunday set a TV ratings record, even though the game itself wasn’t very exciting. The network says an average audience of 111.5 million people watched the Seattle Seahawks’ victory over the Denver Broncos. Super Bowl 48 now stands as the most-watched program in U.S. television history. The 2012 […]

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New Music From Miranda on the Way!

Miranda Lambert‘s new single, “Automatic,” is hitting the airwaves this coming Wednesday, February 5.  Miranda co-wrote the autobiographical song about her childhood in Texas. The lyrics include a nod to her days of recording the country countdown show on her cassette recorder, going to Dallas to buy an Easter dress, and learning to drive the […]

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Philip Seymour Hoffman Found Dead

Philip Seymour Hoffman is dead, ABC News has confirmed. The 46-year-old actor, an Oscar winner for the 2005 movie Capote, was found dead Sunday in his Manhattan home.  The NYPD confirms that Hoffman’s body was found at his apartment in Manhattan’s West Village at 11:15 a.m. by screenwriter David Katz and a friend.  So far, […]

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According to the Michigan State Police there were 273,891 reported traffic accidents in 2012. With all of the snow plows on the road right now it is a good time to be reminded of safe driving habits involving plows. Slow down as soon as you see a snow plow. Generally, plows travel less than 30 […]

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ACM Nominees Announced!

Miranda Lambert and Tim McGraw lead this year’s ACM Awards nominees, with seven nods each. Keith Urban follows with six nominations, and Kacey Musgraves, Blake Shelton and Taylor Swift were named in five categories. Fan voting for ACM Entertainer of the Year starts March 24 at ACMVote.com.  Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan host the 49th […]

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This New York skyline is my most recent mission. I bought it for a friend when she took a trip to New York with a school band. I’ve been holding onto this puzzle for years and finally thought it was time to put the thing together. What better day than today, National Puzzle Day? I’ve […]

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Winter can be a hard time in Northern Michigan. It is pretty obvious that children are excited to have snow days from school. But what do you do when its too cold to go outside to play? Without the sun to keep our moods up it can become very depressing. Here are a few tips […]

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It’s a Heat Wave, But Still Some School Delays and Closings.

The temps are up, but the weather is still dicey for several school districts in the U.P. Here is what we have so far:             SCHOOL CLOSINGS Houghton-Keweenaw County B-H-K Baraga County Headstart B-H-K Houghton/Keweenaw Headstart Copper Country Christian School Ewen Headstart MTU Preschool SCHOOL DELAYS Ewen-Trout Creek   2 Hr […]

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