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Meeting at the Peter White Public Library Tonight Marquette, Michigan– Shakespeare Readers will meet for a reading of “Hamlet” on Wednesday, September 5th (tonight) at 6:30 p.m. in the Shiras Room of the Peter White Public Library. One of Shakespeare’s most powerful tragedies, the play revolves around the revenge Hamlet exacts on his uncle Claudius […]

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Wednesday All American Morning News with Eric Scott 9/5/2012 (Courtesy TheBoot.com) — After more than 13 years together, Little Big Townfinally received the keys to country music’s penthouse. The quartet has its very first No. 1 hit with “Pontoon,” the fun-loving song that has already sold a million copies and is LBT’s fastest-rising radio single […]

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When a friend or family member succeeds, gets promoted, or experiences an unexpected break in life, how do you respond? Some people wonder, “What about me?” Others criticize or say, “It won’t last long.” But really, it seems the way you respond to other’s success will determine the level of your own success. How do […]

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The two-day Country Fest 2012 will be held in Winchester, Kentucky and hosted by John Michael Montgomery. On Friday, September 28th and Saturday, September 29th, country music fans will get to enjoy John, along with Trace Adkins, Gloriana, Thompson Square, The Lost Trailers, Thomas Rhett, Exile and the Swon Brothers. Families will also get to […]

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I hope your Labor Day was great! I sure had a good weekend! My Labor Day weekend started out with the Ishpeming Hematite’s first varsity football home game. It was a beautiful day and fun! Eric Dompierre scored his first extra point kicking a field goal! On Saturday my boyfriend and I baited bear blinds […]

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Back to the Grind?

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We are back to the weekly grind, but in the spirit of Labor Day, see if you can answer this weeks Toarmina’s Tuesday question without searching the net! What year did the Mackinac Bridge open to traffic? If you know the answer, give us a call before 4pm at 227-8888, and if you are right, […]

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Tuesday All American Morning News with Eric Scott 9/4/2012 (Courtesy TheBoot.com) — Good Morning! Keith Urbanis going back to school Sept. 6 as part of a special educational program at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum. Nearly 200 Middle Tennessee high school juniors and seniors will attend the private “All Access: Keith Urban” […]

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Community Chicken Dinner in Skandia on Sunday, September 16th Skandia, Michigan — A Community Chicken Dinner, featuring Croation chicken just like they serve at fairs, will be held on Sunday, September 16 from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 9812 U.S. 41 in Skandia. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Church Office […]

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Labor Day is celebrated for many reasons and in many different ways by Americans, let me know how you spend yours! Labor Day can mean the last day of summer or the last day it is fashionable to wear white. But Labor Day was founded in dedication to the social and economic achievements of the […]

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Dustin Lynch has reached #1 on the Top Country Album chart! When his self-titled album, “Dustin Lynch” was released on August 21st, it went to the #1 spot and stayed there for four day on the iTunes Country Albums chart. Now it is #1 on another chart and “Cowboys and Angels” has broken the top […]

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