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Ski Club Receives Local Donation From Business Association

Ishpeming -08/25/2011 – The final Thursday Night Summer Concert Series held a special presentation from Charlie Anderson, Chairman of the Ishpeming Business Association. Bob Henderson of the Ski Club received a check of $686 from the Business Association. Elaine’s Place and  Congress Pizza were the first and second place businesses generating money for the Business […]

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SOUTHERN HOME SECURITY SYSTEM (Who needs ADT?)

  1. Buy a pair of size 14-16 work boots. 2. Put them on front porch with a copy of Guns & Ammo. 3. Put some giant dog dishes next to boots & magazines. 4. Leave note on your door: “Bubba: Me & Bertha went for more ammo & beer. Back soon. Don’t mess with […]

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The Upper Peninsula State Fair Seems As Busy As I Can Remember Since 1992

Escanaba – August 19, 2011-  Friday at the Upper Peninsula State Fair was standing room only.  The midway was packed with folks trying out the games,                 seeking out Norms french fries, waiting in line for Croatian Chicken,  buying pop & cotton candy, and rides on the giant […]

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Palmer Fire Department Hosting Heritage Day Fund Raiser For Kids

Palmer – 08/18/2011- This Saturday the Palmer Fire Department is hosting a fund raising event at Kid’s Park from noon until 6 pm in Palmer. Their annual event to raise funding for Fire Prevention Week supplies for neighborhood kids will include a food menu of deluxe B-B-Q pork sandwiches, mouth-watering corn on the cob potato […]

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Escanaba – August 15, 2011 –  You could call it Escanaba in the sunlight. Its fair week. Traffic bustles past the fair grounds. A trio of trucks with hot rod tractors just passed the Cherry Lane ice cream shop next to the fair grounds. I saw a hundreds of travel trailers parked at the fair […]

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Marquette – Saturday August 13, 2011 – “Herford cows are the best looking cows on the planet”, says owner ReBecca Pierman of Skandia. “I let him free range and eat corn and grass as he wished all summer long.” The 4-H kids do animal projects all summer; buying, feeding, caring for, walking, training, feeding, cleaning, […]

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Marquette  –  Friday August 12, 2011  –  Hundreds gather at the Marquette County Fair Friday evening. The carnival seemed very busy with little kids smiling ear to ear enjoying every minute of the train rides. 4-H kids are showing their animals to various families passing by, encouraging them to be at the “Saturday Market Sale” […]

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Marquette  – August 11 – 15, 2011- The Marquette County Fair looks exciting this year. As one travels State Route 553 and passes the fairground, the sky line’s filled with rides, a big Ferris wheel, numerous food vendors, campers, and horse trailers. Wednesday was setup day and check in day for the 4-H kids.  Numerous […]

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Marquette – August 10, 2011 – “Donating plasma is a vital thing to do”, says Christian, a Michigan youngster that struggles with a germ fighting deficiency. Many Marquette area donors are proud to share their life-giving plasma for youngsters like Christian whom use it each week in Mt. Pleasant.  BioLife takes their donors plasma and […]

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Spring Lake  –  August 10, 2011  –  The blue berry crop in the Upper Peninsula looks to be abundant again this year. The berries are so sweet, but so small. Being a huge fan of the berry, we scouted them out downstate in early August. The berries are twice the size downstate in Spring Lake […]

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