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The Fastest Two Minutes In Sports- The Kentucky Derby

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The 137th Kentucky Derby is going to be Run at the Churchill Downs, May 5th The Kentucky Derby is the longest continuous sporting event in America. I am a huge horse lover and race in speed events myself, so naturally the Kentucky Derby is a big deal for me. The thrill the riders experience has […]

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Our Mathews Floor Fashion Party was a Blast Thursday night was our giveaway party at Country Lanes and Entertainment Center in Ishpeming. It was my first one with Great Lakes Radio…actually my first one ever. I knew what was going to be happening and how the prizes were going to be distributed, but I wasn’t […]

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American Idol has Its Season 11 Top Five

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Elise Voted Off American Idol Elise got voted off American Idol tonight. I think that it was the right decision. Elise and Hollie have been in the bottom three for probably three weeks now and they are good, but still the weakest of everyone. Some years you have a bunch of average singers and then […]

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Birthday Number 22

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April 25th is My Birthday! After my exams today :/ I got to go home and have dinner with my family. My mom made Kropsua, which are Finnish (oven) pancakes and they are thick and rich and delicious! Then we went outside to ride in the Razor my boyfriend brought over. The horses ran next […]

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NMU Has Announced Their Graduation Speaker

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Mrs. Deer- Northern’s Commencement Speaker Graduation for NMU is going to be May 5th at 10:30 a.m. I will be walking and I am so excited! The commencement speaker has been chosen, Mrs. Ada Deer. She was the director of the American Indian studies program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also ran for state-wide […]

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Employers Want Your Facebook Password

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Interviewees are Being Asked for Social Media Access You’ve heard of employers finding you on Facebook to get more information on the kind of person you are, but now they are taking it even further. Now employers are asking for your Facebook login information and password. What would you do if you were asked by […]

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Yooper Pigs Don’t Like Snow

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4-H Piglets for the U.P. State Fair On of my families hobbies is 4-H. Each year we raise pigs and chickens for the Alger and Marquette County fairs and the U.P. State Fair. We train our horses for the horse races and we  feed, bathe, and train all our animals to show. With the weather […]

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U.P. Class D Dome Meet

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Superior Central Hosts Annual Track Meet Superior Central High School hosted their annual Dome Meet today at Marquette’s Superior Dome. Being a small class D school SCHS does not yet have their own completed track. They just finished their football field and the track has been started. That’s ok though because the Dome Meet is […]

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High Schoolers Raise Money for Poverty: Empty Bowls

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Hunger Fund Raiser at the North Star Academy in Marquette MARQUETTE, MICH.- The K-12 North Star Academy hosted their annual Empty Bowl fund raiser for local and international hunger this afternoon. All ages pitched in to raise money for the Room at the Inn Homeless Shelter located in Marquette, and Operation Aoy, organized by Aoy […]

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Benishek Protesters Picket in Support of the Buffett Bill

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Protesters at the Marquette Post Office Earlier today the sidewalks outside the Marquette Post Office seen one of its bigger protests. Concerned citizens picketed Representative Dan Benishek, R-Mich., calling for fair taxes in favor of the “99%” of Michigan citizens who belong to the middle class. They also protested tax cuts for the rich, reducing […]

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