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A New Car Design With More Mobility & More Miles Per Gallon

Posted by on March 28, 2012
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A New Car Design With More Mobility & More Miles Per Gallon

A New Car Design With More Mobility & More Miles Per Gallon

GM announces a new car concept that reduces crowding, puts more cars in a normal garage, and uses less gas. TheChargingPoint.com recently got a ride in GM’s incredible EN-V concept, designed to combat the problems of overcrowding, parking availability and air quality within the city of tomorrow. Now on the other side….In the U.P., I […]

Fast Winds Blow The U.P.’s Soil Right into the Middle of Lake Superior

Posted by on March 27, 2012
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Fast Winds Blow The U.P.’s Soil Right into the Middle of Lake Superior

Fast Winds Blow The U.P.’s Soil Right into the Middle of Lake Superior

Spring wind is blowing debris everywhere. The Upper Peninsula is very VERY windy right now. Downtown Ishpeming the trees are blowing and rustling around. Sand is blasting me in my face as I’m crossing Main Street and Whoa…my hat just blew off. However, these brisk squalls won’t move The Mill. It’s just sitting there. Oh […]

A Bill Dance Video & Warmer Days In The Upper Pensinula Makes Me Want To Go Fishing

Posted by on March 8, 2012
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A Bill Dance Video & Warmer Days In The Upper Pensinula Makes Me Want To Go Fishing

A Bill Dance Video & Warmer Days In The Upper Pensinula Makes Me Want To Go Fishing

Fishing gets really good about now in the U.P. It seems at the end of winter, or early spring, when ice starts to move some or break up everything gets stirred up and the fish come alive a little more. However, in the dead of February, my friend just caught 25 bluegill through the ice […]

A New Kind of Bottle Opener for Two Cold Ones

Posted by on March 6, 2012
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A New Kind of Bottle Opener for Two Cold Ones

A New Kind of Bottle Opener for Two Cold Ones

We all appreciate a good chain saw. And many in the U.P. appreciate an ice cold beer. But usually sawing and drinking a cold one don’t go hand in hand. Mostly because those teeth on the ole’ chain saw are way to sharp to be sawing under any influence other than Folgers coffee. Now this […]

Walt Lindala said this morning that Marquette General Teams with Duke LifePoint forming a new bond 54 hospitals strong

Posted by on March 6, 2012
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Walt Lindala said this morning that Marquette General Teams with Duke LifePoint forming a new bond 54 hospitals strong

Walt Lindala said this morning that Marquette General Teams with Duke LifePoint forming a new bond 54 hospitals strong

News Director Walt Lindala reported Marquette General and the community of Marquette are in for some changes. It appears Duke University with Duke LifePoint, a large group of hospitals, wishes to purchase Marquette General making it 54 hospitals strong. I heard Walt say this means more construction for the Marquette area, new services, and a […]

Tickets just $85 for Country USA ’til Friday March 2, 2012

Posted by on February 25, 2012
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Tickets just $85 for Country USA ’til Friday March 2, 2012

Tickets just $85 for Country USA ’til Friday March 2, 2012

Country USA in Oshkosh is a riot. Get your 5 day $200 pass for $85 right now. Now in its 17th year, The Maximum Country Music and Camping Festival has become one of America’s biggest and best outdoor festivals. In fact, The Weather Channel has named Country USA “one of the nation’s top three outdoor […]

The Heavy Chevy Goes Bad But The Driver Can Say Thank You God!

Posted by on February 20, 2012
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The Heavy Chevy Goes Bad But The Driver Can Say Thank You God!

The Heavy Chevy Goes Bad But The Driver Can Say Thank You God!

Are you having a bad Day?  Extra stress seems to be eating at you? Somedays are just like that.   As gram ma VanHeest always said when I was growing up in Grand Rapids, Michigan in the 60′s and 70′s, “Count your many blessings and name them one by one.”  This video brought back those memories […]

Josh Turner Plays To A Sold Out Crowd In Escanaba

Posted by on February 18, 2012
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Josh Turner Plays To A Sold Out Crowd In Escanaba

Josh Turner Plays To A Sold Out Crowd In Escanaba

Josh Turner comes to Escanaba Michigan for two sold out nights, and plays a very classy show Friday February 17, 2012 at Island Resort and Casio. Josh Turner has the deepest voice, and the cleanest lyrics.  What a perfect country gentlemen. He travels with his wife whom sings and plays keyboards and eight musicians. The […]

An Albino Squirel? No A Purple Squirel

Posted by on February 11, 2012
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An Albino Squirel?  No A Purple Squirel

An Albino Squirel? No A Purple Squirel

Pennsylvania has a purple squirrel. Accuweather and MSNBC were there and took pics and a video. Everyone whom has seen it up close says it is definitely not pained, all though someone laughed and said, “PETA PAINTED IT”. John Griffin, Director of Humane Wildlife Services for the Humane Society, said “It might be possible that […]

Radio Has A Fantastic 75 Year Heritage

Posted by on February 9, 2012
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Radio Has A Fantastic 75 Year Heritage

Radio Has A Fantastic 75 Year Heritage

RADIO has a fantastic heritage. It’s been 75 super years! Locally at Great Lakes Radio, Inc., we work tirelessly in local RADIO everyday, and continue to love the creative force it surges in our lives. Everyday brings interesting challenges and opportunities to speak out. Glimpses of the past 75 years now can come alive for […]