Iraq – June 2012– The U.S. Marines are not to be fooled with. Nations everywhere know and respect their power and abilities. It seems from this Radio Exchange managing situations from a position of power works well.
“Iron Ore and the Civil War,” an annual Civil War encampment at the Michigan Iron Industry Museum in Negaunee Township, returns to the museum the weekend of August 4-5. Museum visitors will be treated to the sights and sounds of the Civil War during the two-day event, which features living history re-enactors and artillery demonstrations, […]
Known as the Queen of Nashville’s Hickory Records at the peak of her career between 1961-1972, Sue had two dozen of her 130 singles made the Billboard country, pop and adult charts. Sue turns 87 today!!!! Originally from Nevada, Missouri, Sue has recorded for Mercury, Decca and Columbia labels. Performing at both North Hollywood’s Palomino […]
Congratulations to Matthew! He is the latest winner in the Toarmina’s Tuesday Trivia Contest. Because Matthew knew that Vulcan, MI was named after the Roman god of metalworkers, he will enjoy a slab of award winning barbeque ribs on us! For your chance to win, tune in on Tuesday afternoons!
The Marquette Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and Lake Superior Youth Theatre auditions for youth agaes 3-18 for the annual Downtown Marquette Blueberry Festival Youth Talent Show on Wednesday, July 25, from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. on the 3rd floor of Graveraet School located at 611 N. Front St. in Marquette, Michigan. “Dancers, musicians, singers, jugglers, magicians, […]