Marquette, MI — July 4, 2016 — The street was packed with people who joined in the Fourth of July parade celebration. The groups were bright, friendly and some even showed off a lot of exciting sounds! This year, Sunny.fm, 103FXD and WRUP were well represented for Great Lakes Radio. Todd Noordyk, our leader here at Great Lakes Radio Inc., was heading up our vehicles with Adam Carpenter from the Outdoor Show. Adam was driving a stylish Kawasaki Mule from Zambon’s in Marquette with Miss Pre-Teen Great Lakes State and Miss Pre-Teen Upper Midwest in a boat behind excitedly passing out candy with smiles and waves.
Eric Tasson was manning the 103 FXD truck with Lane Dawson as his co-pilot. Premium Pole Buildings and Storage Sheds was behind them hauling our newest giveaway prize, the Steamin’ Summer Sauna. Bill Tibor was next in the WRUP van with Mike and Walt from the Sunny Morning Show saving the day and completing our line-up in the Sunny.fm van with flashing lights.
There was a all-around great showing of floats and groups on this warm and wonderful Independence Day. The Marquette High School Class of 1971 float especially eye-catching with their VW Van structure and ’70s throwback decorations. Another parade favorite was the veteran and military groups who were well represented and respected throughout the parade.
It’s a wonderful sunny day for celebrating The United States of America’s independence. Let us know how you celebrated your holiday or any of your favorite attractions from the parade!
Seney, Michigan – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in cooperation with the Seney Natural History Association, invites you to participate in the 27th annual Children’s Fishing Day Saturday, June 25th at Seney National Wildlife Refuge.
Anglers age 1-16 should register at the Visitor Center before fishing. The registration table will open at 9:00 a.m. Fish entries will be accepted between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. at the Visitor Center. Fishing with non-lead tackle is allowed from the shore along the Fishing Loop, Show Pools, at C-3 Pool, and in designated rivers. Fishing stations will be set up along the Refuge’s Fishing Loop. A limited amount of fishing poles and bait are available for participants to use at these stations. Activities and games for the whole family begin at 12:00 p.m. at the Visitor Center including arts, crafts, games, and more. Certificates will be awarded to the first, second, and third place winners for largest perch and pike in four age categories. Prizes, provided by local businesses, will be awarded by random drawing. A complimentary fish dinner for all participants and their families will be held at 3:00 p.m., followed by the awards ceremony.
The Seney National Wildlife Refuge is located off M-77, five miles south of Seney, or two miles north of Germfask. For more information contact Seney National Wildlife Refuge at (906) 586-9851 x 15.
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Seney National Wildlife Refuge 2016 General Calendar
Photo Tours – Thursdays June, July & August – to 11am
Meet with other photographers to explore the refuge, look for great shots and share photos and skills. You should have a working knowledge of your equipment and come prepared for a variety of weather and bug conditions.
Wildlife Wednesdays – Wednesday Nights June, July & August – 7 to 9:30pm
Join an evening guided auto tour of the Refuge backcountry. We’ll be looking for a variety of wildlife and sharing Refuge history and management practices along the way.
Duck Stamp Exhibit – August 7 to 28
Regular Visitor Center hours 9:00am-5:00pm Would you like to see some of the nation’s premier wildlife art in person? The Federal Duck Stamp Art Exhibit brings award-winning original wildlife art to Seney National Wildlife Refuge. The exhibit features the top entries as judged in the Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest as well as pieces from the The Junior Duck Stamp Art Tour.
Children’s Fishing Day – Saturday, June 25 – 9am to 3pm
Anglers ages 16 and under are welcome.To participate, register at the Visitor Center before fishing. Activities and games begin at noon. in the Visitor Center and include arts and crafts, games, and activities. Prizes, provided by local businesses, will be awarded by random drawing. A complimentary fish dinner for all participants and their families will be held at 3:00 p.m., followed by the awards ceremony.
Photo Contest – Last day to enter is August 31
The purpose of the contest is to encourage you to visit and enjoy the Refuge. When on display for voting the entries create an incredible array of Refuge experiences.
Morning Tours – Mondays and Fridays, July 8 – August 29 – 10am for 1 to 2 1/2 hours
Join us for a guided tour of the Refuge. We will be on the lookout for a variety of wildlife while sharing information on the animals we see, the history of the Refuge and current management practices.
Additional Pools Open to Fishing – September 5th to 30th
Looking to catch that big fish? Why not try a pool normally closed to fishing? If you love to fish don’t miss out on the chance to fish E, C, D and portions of B Pools that are only open to fishing from Labor Day through September 30 annually. Fishing is allowed during daylight hours only.
Fall Color Float – Saturday, October 1 -11am
Join our staff for a 4-5 hour canoe/kayak trip down the Manistique River. Boat rentals are available locally. Preregistration is required. Call for details.
Youth In the Outdoors – Saturday, October 8 – 9am to 4pm
There will be several different activities to choose from including mini sessions, long sessions, and half day sessions. If you have kids, grandkids, friends with kids, or are a kid, and you want to participate send an email to email@example.com to be added to our mailing list and registration materials will be sent to you in August. A $5 registration fee are required.
National Wildlife Refuge Week – Week of October 9 to 15
Lace up your hiking shoes, strap on your bike helmet, grab your binoculars, launch your boat in the river, drive your car…. whatever your passion, come to the Refuge and enjoy your great outdoors!
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St. Ignace/Sault Ste. Marie/Brimley, MI — The Forest Service is notifying local media of possible prescribed burning opportunities in the near future. Current weather forecasts suggest suitable burning weather may occur in the next several days. Prescribed burning is very weather dependent but may occur Saturday, June 18. If conditions are not right, the burns will be postponed until more favorable conditions arise.
The Forest Service’s St. Ignace/Sault Ste. Marie Ranger District is preparing for the South Brimley Grade prescribed burn. The burn would be about 5 miles west of Brimley and about 1 mile north of M-28. A map of this potential prescribed burn is available online. During active burning in the Brimley area, smoke may be visible from Brimley, Highway M-28 west of Brimley, and other points throughout Chippewa County. Due to safety concerns, the fire will only be executed in wind conditions that minimize the likelihood of reduced visibility due to smoke on Highway M-28. Though unlikely, smoke may settle in some areas in the evening hours. If you have health problems that may be aggravated by smoke production, please contact Brenda Dale, Zone Fire Management Officer, at (906) 643-7900 x127, and you will be personally notified prior to any burning activities.
The burn will maintain the 237-acres of wildlife opening to increase blueberry production under red pine, maintaining biological diversity on the Hiawatha National Forest, and in the Upper Peninsula.
This project will improve the overall health and vigor of vegetation and wildlife habitat on the Forest. Openings also serve as natural firebreaks by keeping large accumulations of hazardous fuels away from private homes and property boundaries. Such openings can burn frequently, but are consistent in only carrying or sustaining low intensity wildfires. Firebreak areas help to minimize the spread of larger, high intensity/catastrophic fires. They also provide safe opportunities for wildland fire-fighters to suppress large fires and/or minimize their impact to surrounding resources. This safety aspect is critical when dealing with fires that occur in areas with wildland-urban interfaces that inherently have higher risks and resource values at stake. Openings also help to mitigate those risks and minimize the loss to resource values (i.e. timber products, recreation opportunities, wildlife habitat, private property, and utilities).
For more information about the Hiawatha National Forest’s 2016 prescribed burn plans, visit the Forest’s News & Events page or contact the Zone Fire Management Officer.
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The petting zoo was definitely a hit at Econo Foods today!
Marquette, MI –June 11, 2016 – The turn out couldn’t have been better today as people filled the Econo Foods parking lot for the Truckloads of Produce Sale. Major Discount went out and found some amazing produce deals during the sale. You could find deals on fruits and vegetables of all kinds! The Major even meet up with Josh Kiesby from Tadych’s Econo Foods for a chat.
Not only was there deals hot on produce, but you could stick around for a cook out and ice cream party just outside the store. Econo had hot dogs and ice cream being served in the parking lot and a petting zoo from Devooght Farms for extra entertainment while visiting the store.
The Truckloads of Produce Sale is going on Saturday only. Make sure you get to Econo Foods for the best deals and the freshest produce before 5 PM. The price cuts are be huge and stop for a hot dog in the or ice cream.
Follow Tadych’s Econo Foods on Facebook to hear about more great deals like this one!
MUNISING, MI – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore’s 2016 “Adopt-a-Trail, Adopt-a-Campsite and Adopt-a-Beach” orientation and training session will be held Saturday, May 28 from 9 am to 10 am. It will be held at Miners Castle, located approximately 6.5 miles east of Munising on H-58, then north on Miners Castle Road 5 miles.
Under this program, interested individuals or groups can adopt a section of trail, backcountry campsite or beach segment. Adopt-a-Trail, Adopt-a-Campsite and Adopt-a-Beach volunteers will be asked to visit their section of trail, campsite or beach once a month from May through October for light maintenance duties including picking up litter, light brushing, cleaning out water bars, and breaking up illegal fire rings. The park will provide a VIP uniform vest and ball cap, basic tools, gloves, and written guidelines on the work to be performed.
With over 100 miles of trail and 14 designated backcountry campsites, we are so grateful to the citizen-stewards that participated in this program last year, and encourage even more local citizens to become partners with us in taking care of this very special place.
The park’s trail network has 37 sections that are available for “adoption”. Adoptable sections range from trails that are easily accessible and less than a tenth of a mile to a section of the North Country Trail that is 5.3 miles long. There is something for every ability and level of interest.
This will be the tenth year for this program and it has been very successful. We have a lot of very dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers who love to hike and are happy to do some work along the way, and we hope they will be back with us this year. Most of all we want people to have fun and enjoy their time spent in the park. This is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and to be a part of conserving America’s first national lakeshore.
If you are interested in participating in the program, but can’t attend the 5/28 meeting , please call (or email) Ron Jones or Susan Reece at 906-387-2607 ext. 208
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Good Time Oldies Music Log for May 16, 2016 on AM 1400 – WQXO
Go Your Own Way Fleetwood Mac 04 03:31 F
What Does It Take To Win Your Jr. Walker & The All Star 10 02:20 F
Dark Lady Cher 18 03:22 F
Big Shot Billy Joel 11 03:50 F
Ain’t Too Proud To Beg Temptations 02 02:28 F
Arizona Mark Lindsay 12 03:00 F
You’re The One That I Want John Travolta 08 02:43 F
Time Of The Season Zombies 08 03:29 F
Poor Little Fool Ricky Nelson 12 02:27 C
Walk On The Wild Side Lou Reed 20 03:08 F
Reach Out I’ll Be There Four Tops 16 02:53 F
Don’t Bring Me Down. Electric Light Orchestra 14 03:59 C
Precious And Few Climax 09 02:40 C
I Wanna Be With You Raspberries 15 03:00 C
This Magic Moment Jay & The Americans 13 02:53 F
You Should Be Dancing Bee Gees 15 04:00
Sing A Song Earth, Wind & Fire 17 03:19 F
These Eyes Guess Who 20 03:37 F
Come And Get It Badfinger 04 02:16 C
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin Daryl Hall 05 04:28 F
Black Is Black Los Bravos 31 02:56 C
Sock It To Me Baby Mitch Ryder & The Detroit 00 03:00 F
Doctor My Eyes Jackson Browne 12 03:12 F
Do You Believe In Magic Lovin’ Spoonful 06 01:57 F
Chain Gang Sam Cooke 06 02:31 F
It’s Too Late Carole King 09 03:49 C
I Want To Hold Your Hand Beatles 06 02:23 C
867-5309/Jenny Tommy Tutone 14 03:39 F
Proud Mary Ike & Tina Turner 01 03:24 F
Smokin’ In The Boys Room Brownsville Station 2 03:00 C
Sweet Caroline Neil Diamond 14 03:16 F
I Will Survive Gloria Gaynor 06 03:11 F
Miss You Rolling Stones 26 04:38 F
A Whiter Shade Of Pale Procol Harum 28 03:56 F
Midnight At The Oasis Maria Muldaur 06 03:40 F
California Dreamin’ Mamas & The Papas 07 02:36 C
Lazy Day Spanky & Our Gang 10 03:00 F
Low Rider War 13 03:00 F
Light My Fire Doors 09 03:02 C
Walk — Don’t Run Ventures 09 02:01 C
You’re So Vain Carly Simon 18 04:13 F
Don’t Worry Baby Beach Boys 03 02:38 F
Goodbye Stranger Supertramp 03 04:22 F
Half-Breed Cher 15 02:41 F
Reach Out In The Darkness Friend & Lover 08 03:00 F
Mony Mony Tommy James & The Shondel 07 02:44 F
I’m Your Boogie Man KC & The Sunshine Band 16 03:59
Sweet Talkin’ Woman Electric Light Orchestra 08 03:42 F
Soul Man Sam & Dave 17 02:32 F
Mr. Bojangles Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 04 03:32 C
I’m Still Standing Elton John 11 02:57 F
Twist & Shout Beatles 08 02:31 C
Worst That Could Happen Brooklyn Bridge 08 02:59 F
Lyin’ Eyes Eagles 14 06:16 C
I’m A Believer Monkees 05 02:42 F
He’s A Rebel Crystals 09 02:19 F
Nice To Be With You Gallery 10 02:35 F
Time Won’t Let Me Outsiders 13 02:42 F
I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do Daryl Hall 26 03:39 F
Candida Dawn 09 02:59 F
Heart Of Gold Neil Young 34 03:00 C
Chain Of Fools Aretha Franklin 3. 02:41 F
Down On The Corner Creedence Clearwater Revi 18 02:33 F
I Love The Nightlife (Disco ‘R Alicia Bridges 09 03:02 F
Never My Love Association 13 02:59 F
Tumbling Dice Rolling Stones 11 03:26 F
Heart Of Glass Blondie 16 03:19 F
Five O’Clock World Vogues 04 02:03 F
Yes, I’m Ready Barbara Mason 00 03:00 F
Take The Long Way Home Supertramp 26 03:58 F
Lady Willpower Gary Puckett & The Union 07 02:31 F
The Loco-Motion Little Eva 08 02:18 F
Garden Party Rick Nelson 08 03:40 C
Help! Beatles 00 02:14 C
Just What I Needed Cars 16 03:40 C
Let’s Get It On Marvin Gaye 02 03:57 F
Come Monday Jimmy Buffett 09 03:00 C
I Thank The Lord For The Night Neil Diamond 14 02:59 F
Shame Evelyn “Champagne” King 21 03:13 F
The Boys Are Back In Town Thin Lizzy 24 04:21 F
Pleasant Valley Sunday Monkees 09 03:11 C
Rocket Man Elton John 00 04:31 F
96 Tears ? & The Mysterians 10 02:53 F
There Goes Another Love Song Outlaws 14 03:00
Jackie Blue Ozark Mountain Daredevils 10 04:00 F
I’ll Never Fall In Love Again Dionne Warwick 10 02:54 F
Suspicion Terry Stafford 14 02:27 F
Green-Eyed Lady Sugarloaf 31 03:44 F
O-o-h Baby Baby Miracles 09 02:43 C
I Love Rock ‘N Roll Joan Jett & The Blackhear 15 02:53 C
Go All The Way Raspberries 07 03:17 C
I Will Survive Gloria Gaynor 03:00
Cinnamon Girl Neil Young 19 02:55 C
If You Leave Me Now Chicago 09 03:43 F
Say You Love Me Fleetwood Mac 15 04:02 F
Back In The U.S.S.R. Beatles 08 02:34 F
Love Train O’Jays 08 02:53 F
The Longest Time Billy Joel 01 03:26 F
Wooly Bully Sam The Sham & The Pharao 00 02:18 C
Abraham, Martin And John Dion 21 02:59 F
Rock The Boat Hues Corporation 08 03:01 F
The Letter Box Tops 03 01:45 F
Johnny Angel Shelley Fabares 01 02:17 F
Maggie May Rod Stewart 14 05:08 F
Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me Mel Carter 03 02:24 F
That’s All! Genesis 10 04:17 F
Right Place Wrong Time Dr. John 27 02:46 F
Expressway To Your Heart Soul Survivors 10 02:15 F
Hollywood Nights Bob Seger 26 04:52 F
George in the Morning
Mockingbird Carly Simon 00 04:04 F
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds Beatles 06 03:21 F
Dancing In The Moonlight King Harvest 14 02:46 F
Some Guys Have All The Luck Rod Stewart 14 04:12 F
Keep On Dancing Gentrys 02 02:06 F
I Say A Little Prayer Dionne Warwick 00 02:59 F
Swingtown Steve Miller Band 43 03:21 F
Cry Like A Baby Box Tops 08 02:26 F
He’s So Fine Chiffons 00 01:51 F
Conquistador Procol Harum 25 04:07 C
I Only Want To Be With You Dusty Springfield 07 02:33 C
Working My Way Back To You Spinners 16 03:55 F
Reeling In The Years Steely Dan 30 04:18 F
It Ain’t Me Babe Turtles 04 02:10 F
Don’t Pull Your Love Hamilton, Joe Frank & Rey 09 02:36 F
Who Loves You Four Seasons 00 04:12 F
Wedding Bell Blues 5th Dimension 08 02:37 F
Witchy Woman Eagles 29 03:48 C
Alone Heart 11 03:35 C
Do Wah Diddy Diddy Manfred Mann’s Earth Band 04 02:20 C
Lotta Love Nicolette Larson 16 03:00 F
Play That Funky Music Wild Cherry 06 03:12 F
Both Sides Now Judy Collins 08 03:08 F
A Teenager In Love Dion 12 02:29 F
Evil Ways Santana 08 02:50 F
Bits And Pieces Dave Clark Five 07 01:55
Sexual Healing Marvin Gaye 00 03:55 F
Me And Julio Down By The Schoo Paul Simon 16 02:39 F
A Day In The Life Beatles 13 04:36 C
Your Smiling Face James Taylor 11 02:37 F
Back In Love Again L.T.D. 18 03:21 F
Green Tambourine Lemon Pipers 21 02:22 F
Layla Derek & The Dominos 25 06:59 C
Cherish Association 09 03:12 C
Car Wash Rose Royce 62 03:00 F
Magic Pilot 13 03:01 C
People Got To Be Free Rascals 00 02:53 F
You’ve Really Got A Hold On Me Miracles 14 02:47 F
Crocodile Rock Elton John 15 03:48 F
Classical Gas Mason Williams 20 02:59 C
Don’t Stop Believin’ Journey 17 04:03 F
One Less Bell To Answer 5th Dimension 16 03:24 C
I Got A Line On You Spirit 06 02:36 C
Boogie Shoes KC & The Sunshine Band 08 02:09 C
Dust In The Wind Kansas 20 03:16 F
Indian Reservation Raiders 08 02:50 C
Too Late To Turn Back Now Cornelius Brothers & Sist 18 03:15 F
Old Time Rock & Roll Bob Seger 06 03:09 F
Hang On Sloopy McCoys 08 02:57 C
Your Precious Love Marvin Gaye 14 03:00 F
Band On The Run Paul McCartney 37 05:08 C
Everybody’s Talkin’ Nilsson 08 02:40 F
Save The Last Dance For Me Drifters 02 02:22 F
Take It Easy Eagles 16 03:25 C
Oh, Pretty Woman Roy Orbison 14 02:53 C
It’s Still Rock And Roll To Me Billy Joel 07 02:52 C
Venus Shocking Blue 18 02:57 F
I Second That Emotion Smokey Robinson 10 02:41 F
Some Kind Of Wonderful Grand Funk 07 03:11 F
Carefree Highway Gordon Lightfoot 07 03:36 F
Hawaii Five-O Ventures 12 01:49 C
Brown Sugar Rolling Stones 15 03:46 C
Nightshift Commodores 27 04:13 F
Summer In The City Lovin’ Spoonful 07 02:34 F
The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine (Any Walker Brothers 22 03:00 F
Reunited Peaches & Herb 13 03:54 F
She’d Rather Be With Me Turtles 07 02:12 F
Leader Of The Pack Shangri-Las 01 02:45 F
Yellow River Christie 07 02:42 F
Red Rubber Ball Cyrkle 10 02:15 C
Easy Lover Philip Bailey 28 04:55 F
Vehicle Ides Of March 15 02:52 C
For What It’s Worth Buffalo Springfield 10 02:33 F
Why Can’t We Be Friends? War 11 03:43 F
Crazy On You Heart 20 04:45 C
Here Comes The Sun Beatles 15 03:02 C
Feelin’ Stronger Every Day Chicago 25 04:08 F
See See Rider Eric Burdon 10 03:57 C
O-o-h Child Five Stairsteps 03:00
Island Girl Elton John 07 03:42 C
Mrs. Robinson Simon & Garfunkel 10 03:48 F
The Shoop Shoop Song (It’s In Betty Everett 00 02:08 F
Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My H B.J. Thomas 04 02:54 F
Silhouettes Herman’s Hermits 10 01:56 F
Hot Stuff Donna Summer 32 03:44 F
Draggin’ The Line Tommy James 17 02:38 F
San Francisco Scott McKenzie 05 02:51 F
Hot Blooded Foreigner 15 04:18 F
Easy Commodores 15 04:03 F
Elenore Turtles 05 02:28 C
All Right Now Free 07 04:06 F
Open Arms Journey 14 03:14 C
These Boots Are Made For Walki Nancy Sinatra 11 02:40 F
All I Need Temptations 05 03:00 F
Magnet And Steel Walter Egan 06 03:14 F
One Three Dog Night 04 02:59 C
Yakety Yak Coasters 00 01:45 F
Kentucky Rain Elvis Presley 12 03:16 F
The House Of The Rising Sun Animals 11 04:26 C
Don’t Ask Me Why Billy Joel 07 02:48 C
Brother Louie Stories 00 03:38 F
Bend Me, Shape Me American Breed 13 02:06 F
Over My Head Fleetwood Mac 16 03:16 F
SOS Abba 16 03:15 C
Stoned Soul Picnic 5th Dimension 10 03:23 F
Domino Van Morrison 08 03:05 C
Crazy Little Thing Called Love Queen 05 02:32 F
Under My Thumb Rolling Stones 15 03:34 F
If I Were Your Woman Gladys Knight & The Pips 03:00
Baker Street Gerry Rafferty 40 04:00 F
Sugar, Sugar Archies 08 02:42 F
Barbara Ann Beach Boys 00 01:59 F
Ride Captain Ride Blues Image 16 03:37 F
Can’t Buy Me Love Beatles 00 02:09 C
The Logical Song Supertramp 08 03:58 F
He Don’t Love You (Like I Love Tony Orlando 13 03:35 F
It’s Your Thing Isley Brothers 09 02:39 F
Stay Jackson Browne 00 03:22 F
Carry On Wayward Son Kansas 00 05:16 C
Undun Guess Who 06 03:26 C
Kodachrome Paul Simon 13 03:28 F
Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood Animals 09 02:19 F
Hopelessly Devoted To You Olivia Newton-John 12 03:00 C
Lowdown Boz Scaggs 26 04:22 F
Sittin’ On The Dock Of the Bay Otis Redding 09 02:36 F
Little Darlin’ Diamonds 06 02:04 C
25 Or 6 To 4 Chicago 27 04:48 C
Come See About Me Supremes 10 02:38 F
Pink Houses John Cougar Mellencamp 16 04:38 C
Burning Love Elvis Presley 06 02:46 F
Laugh, Laugh Beau Brummels 09 02:59 C
Hey Baby (They’re Playing Our Buckinghams 07 02:27 F
Wonderful Tonight Eric Clapton 11 03:04 C
Bad Blood Neil Sedaka 13 03:04 C
Paperback Writer Beatles 00 02:12 F
Just My Imagination Temptations 24 03:38 F
In The City Eagles 13 03:36
Wishin’ And Hopin’ Dusty Springfield 09 02:47 C
She’s Just My Style Gary Lewis & The Playboys 13 03:00 F
Rock And Roll All Nite (live) Kiss 00 03:48 C
Dance To The Music Sly & The Family Stone 01 02:55 F
Sheila Tommy Roe 06 02:00 F
Drift Away Dobie Gray 07 03:46 F
The Sounds Of Silence Simon & Garfunkel 03 03:01 C
De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da Police 27 04:00 F
Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dr Hollies 28 03:12 F
I Saw The Light Todd Rundgren 07 03:00 F
Traces Classics IV 18 02:39 F
Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now McFadden & Whitehead 34 03:29 F
Heat Wave Linda Ronstadt 05 02:38 C
Do It Again Beach Boys 08 02:13 F
Love The One You’re With Stephen Stills 09 03:02 C
Maneater Daryl Hall 43 04:21 F
Secret Agent Man Johnny Rivers 09 03:02 C
Chevy Van Sammy Johns 06 03:00 F
Fly Like An Eagle Steve Miller Band 10 02:49 F
Dream A Little Dream Of Me Mama Cass 05 03:10 F
Alley Oop Hollywood Argyles 00 02:38 F
Can’t Get Enough Bad Company 15 04:09 C
You’re My Soul And Inspiration Righteous Brothers 00 03:11 F
Somebody’s Baby Jackson Browne 16 03:55 F
Tighter, Tighter Alive & Kicking 14 02:37 F
Rock Steady Aretha Franklin 18 03:00 F
I Think We’re Alone Now Tommy James & The Shondel 08 02:03 F
Barracuda Heart 28 04:00 C
Shining Star Earth, Wind & Fire 13 02:50 C
A Beautiful Morning Rascals 07 02:28 F
Peaceful Easy Feeling Eagles 13 04:11 C
Money For Nothing Dire Straits 01 03:55 F
Any Time At All Beatles 00 02:08 C
Do It (`Til You’re Satisfied)” B.T. Express 20 03:00 F
Rock Me Gently Andy Kim 17 03:20 F
Suzie Q. (Part One) Creedence Clearwater Revi 25 04:27 F
Hound Dog Elvis Presley 00 02:12 C
I Think I Love You Partridge Family 09 02:46 F
Shotgun Jr. Walker & The All Star 20 02:58 F
Brass In Pocket (I’m Special) Pretenders 04 02:58 C
Good Time Charlie’s Got The Bl Danny O’Keefe 12 02:56 F
Love Is All Around Troggs 10 03:00 F
Someday We’ll Be Together Diana Ross 17 03:14 F
I Go Crazy Paul Davis 18 03:44 F
That’s The Way (I Like It) KC & The Sunshine Band 16 03:00 F
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes Crosby, Stills & Nash 11 04:34 C
Free Ride Edgar Winter Group 11 02:58 F
You Belong To Me. Carly Simon 17 03:45 F
I Fought The Law Bobby Fuller Four 11 02:13 C
I Can Help Billy Swan 19 03:00 C
The Rubberband Man Spinners 21 03:31 C
Good Lovin’ Young Rascals 00 02:27 C
La Bamba Ritchie Valens 06 02:05 C
Band Of Gold Freda Payne 08 02:49 F
Penny Lane Beatles 00 02:58 C
What You Won’t Do For Love Bobby Caldwell 12 03:24 F
Signs Five Man Electrical Band 28 03:57 F
Sylvers Hotline 06 02:59
Spooky Classics IV 08 02:45 F
Summer Nights John Travolta 08 03:32 C
Lights Journey 13 03:07 C
It Takes Two Marvin Gaye 07 02:55 F
Lookin’ Out My Back Door Creedence Clearwater Revi 13 02:27 C
Ride Like The Wind Christopher Cross 31 03:41 F
It’s My Life Animals 15 03:05 F
Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterd Stevie Wonder 00 03:00 F
The Things We Do For Love 10cc 19 03:15 F
Touch Me Doors 15 03:08 C
That’ll Be The Day Buddy Holly 03 02:14 C
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough Diana Ross 11 03:24 F
Bus Stop Hollies 07 02:51 F
Heartache Tonight Eagles 11 04:21 C
Sooner Or Later Grass Roots 16 02:34 F
Fire Ohio Players 04 03:00 F
Laughing Guess Who 05 02:32 F
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart Elton John 13 04:16 F
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Ishpeming, Michigan– March 31, 2016 – Everyone knows that the Great Lakes Radio crew LOVES to throw awesome giveaway parties! Our latest Grand Prize Winner is Josie Caya from Negaunee. Josie won our Growl Into Spring giveaway, a Yamaha Kodiak 700 4-Wheeler courtesy of Bayside Beverage, a division of Great Lakes Wine & Spirits and Redd’s Apple Ale right here at the Red Rock Lanes & Banquet Center in Ishpeming.
Dennis from On the Job with Dennis and Nancy registered all the guests and kept the registration line moving to get everyone in out of the cold, wet weather. Soon enough one of our lucky guests will be enjoying warm, sunny weather cruising around on their brand new Kodiak 700 and this weather will be a distant memory!
Once everyone was inside the banquet center, our very own Walt Lindala from the Sunny
Our parties are the best places to find out about upcoming events and giveaways!
Morning Show with Walt & Mike welcomed everyone to the party and started giving out prizes right away. Major Discount took the mic and introduced some very special guests. Then we gave away a few more door prizes.
Eric Scott from Mornings on 103 FXD released the tables for dinner, and everyone lined up again for some delicious food from Mama Russo’s. The staff from Mama Russo’s is always friendly and smiling as they serve our guests their wonderful Italian food. Everyone has their favorite Mama Russo’s food – mine is the Taffy Apple Salad!
Once everyone had their fill of Mama Russo’s food, Walt grabbed the mic again to give away some more prizes! Honor Credit Union also gave away a boat load of swag and a Visa Gift Card. Congratulations to Deldore, Dindy, Less, Grant, Helen, and Joseph, the winners of these great prizes from Honor Credit Union! Right now, Honor Credit Union has a Mortgage Special (you may have heard about it on the radio) and you can get $1,500 off your closing costs! Talk to Adam Carpenter at Honor Credit Union – 475-4149 – or look for more details on their website!
The fine folks at Bayside Beverage came up to say a few words
We played Bingo to determine our finalists for the Grand Prize! Seven lucky finalists chose their favorite station envelope and waited to tear them open to see who won the Yamaha Kodiak 700!
Then… the moment everyone was waiting for… on cue, the finalists tore open their envelopes! Many great gifts were inside the envelopes including specialty baskets from Super One Foods, a car clean up from LaFayette Collision Center, and an Auto Value of West Ishpeming gift certificate. Josie Caya chose the Fox Sports Marquette envelope and won the GRAND PRIZE! Congratulations, Josie! We hope you have a lot of fun with your new toy!
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder in the Great Lakes Radio studios in Marquette, Michigan.
Lansing, Michigan – January 19th, 2016 – All eyes in Michigan were on Governor Rick Snyder tonight. Governor Snyder delivered his Annual State of the State address on the stations of Great Lakes Radio in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. All eyes were on the Governor as he focused on the Flint water crisis, as expected.
The entire State of Michigan is seeing lower unemployment rates, and an upswing in the economy under Governor Snyder. Governor Snyder touted on that tonight, too. The State of the State from Governor Snyder was heard all across the Upper Peninsula on 103-FXD, 92.7 WRUP, and AM 1400 WQXO.
Governor Rick Snyder pointed out the fact that the State of Michigan is now seeing some of the lowest unemployment rates in the United States. Homes are being bought, gas prices are continuing to drop, and more and more Michigan residents have faith in the State’s Government.
Marquette, MI –December 18, 2015 – Sandi Heikkinen of Marquette walked away from our giveaway party tonight as the Grand Prize Winner! Sandi won an all-inclusive, 5-night stay for two at the Riu Palace Riviera Maya. This trip includes a park-n-fly hotel room for two in Chicago or Milwaukee for one night, two round-trip charter flights from Chicago or Milwaukee to Cancun, and round-trip transfers from the airport to the resort!
None of our 7 finalists walked away empty-handed. Garret Green won the $100 Gift Certificate from Wattsson & Wattsson Jewelers in Marquette. Amber Robiutaille won a Guy’s Gift Basket and Nollan Pettersen won a Women’s Gift Basket from Super One Foods. Brenda Alexander won the Car Care Club Membership from Southside Automotive. Cassandra Evers won the Miller High Life Cooler Package from Bayside Beverage, a Division of Great Lakes Wine & Spirits, and Pam Prusi won the $100 Gift Certificate from MC Sports!
The fine folks from Biolife Plasma Services set up a booth at the Two Tickets to Paradise giveaway party.
With Dennis and DeeDee manning the doors, guests filed into the banquet center filling the room with excited chatter. Red Rock Lanes looked great thanks to staff’s hard work putting up festive decorations. Once everyone was seated, our guests were ready for some amazing Italian food, and to find out if they would win a trip to Mexico.
Mama Russo’s did a fantastic job catering! They kept smiles on guest’s faces and everyone got their fill of delicious food! Guests loaded their plates with phenomenal lasagna, cudighi bites, and homemade salads. Afterwards, Walt gave out the last of the door prizes. Lake Superior Knives gave away a Buck folding knife to winner Linn Klemola from Gwinn.
Biolife Plasma Center raffled off two $50.00 gift cards to Max Smith from Rochester, and Angela Whitman from Manistique. All proceeds from Biolife’s raffle will go to a family in need this holiday season. Next, our guests lined up for a festive game of corn-hole!
Enter to win a Yamaha Kodiak 700 Ultramatic in our next big giveaway, thanks to Bayside Beverage, a division of Great Lakes Wine and Spirits!
Smiles flashed across our guests’ faces as they took their turn tossing the bean bag towards the hole. If the bag went through the hole, the guest received a free game of bowling from Red Rock Lanes!
To end an amazing night with a bunch of loyal listeners and awesome sponsors, we announced the grand prize winner! Each of the 7 finalists took their favorite station envelope and hoped that it contained the grand prize, two tickets to paradise! Sandi Heikkinen from Marquette won the grand prize! She will be enjoying a warm vacation in Mexico thanks to Great Lakes Radio and Holiday Travel!
Yum! Mama Russo’s always cooks up the best Italian food!
By 6:30p, hundreds of people formed a line that ran out of the Red Rock Lanes and into the parking lot! Dennis and Dee Dee registered our guests and kept the line moving. Then, Dee Dee released the tables for dinner. Starving, I piled my plate high with Mama Russo’s mouthwatering mostaccioli, cudighi bites and homemade salads. Now that’s Italian food done right!
After scraping my plate clear, the great staff at the Red Rock Lanes whisked away my plate as Walt Lindala took the stage. Without a delay, he started drawing names and handing out t-shirts, visors, wine glasses and more from the mountain of door prizes next to him.
Then, BioLife gave away a $50 Visa Gift Card to Mike Kutchie, ServPro gave a carpet care kit to Kim Midthun, and Synergy Fitness gave away two massages to Crystal Hackett and John Basolo.
Next, it was time to pick out our finalists. How? By playing Bingo! The winner of each round stepped up to the front of the room and picked out an envelope. Was it the grand prize?
A drumroll started in the banquet area as the 8 finalists ripped open their envelopes. Then, Mike Kutchie excitedly held his envelope in the air! He won the grand prize!
Mike Kutchie won the GRAND PRIZE
Even though they didn’t win the grand prize, the rest of the finalists received great gift baskets and certificates too! Stefany Jecevicus from Gwinn won a 3-month membership to Synergy Fitness. Kim Midthun from Negaunee won a $100 gift certificate Wattsson & Wattsson Jewelers. Troy Frayer from Marquette won a LaFayette Collision Center medium vehicle wash, wax & interior shampoo certificate from UP Bargains. Kay Beaudry from Negaunee won an Auto Armor interior shampoo and exterior polish for a minivan or 4-door utility vehicle from U.P. Bargains. Brenton Fitzpatrick from Marquette won a “Guy’s Basket” from Super One Foods. Brian Jarvi from Ishpeming won a “Women’s Basket” from Super One Foods. Charles Eberhard won a Keystone Light hunter’s backpack and chair and other swag from Great Lakes Wine and Spirits.
2014/2015 COMPETITIVE CHEER TEAM – REGIONAL QUALIFIER, 2015 — CONGRATS!!
Munising, MI – September 16, 2015 – Help support the Munising High School Cheerleaders!
The Munising High School Cheerleaders are selling pasties to raise funds for their travel expenses this year. Pasties are $5 each. You can get in touch with one of the cheerleaders or one of their moms.
Th money is due by October 16th, so order your pasties today and support the high school cheerleaders!
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WETMORE, Mich. – An event will be held at the Forest Glen General Store on Aug. 17 to commemorate the recent completion of a preventative maintenance project along Federal Forest Highway 13 in Alger County. The 12.5-mile-long, $346,000 pavement preservation project will improve the service life, increase the pavement friction, and provide new pavement markings, enhancing safety.
Who: State Sen. Tom Casperson, R-Escanaba; Alger County Road Commission officials; and Munising Township officials.
What: Casperson will join local officials to discuss the importance of the route’s preservation, as well as the federal grant funding, state of Michigan matching funds, and matching funds from Munising Township.
When: Monday, Aug. 17 at 10 a.m.
Where: Forest Glen General Store 7445 NF-13 Wetmore, MI
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Lion’s Club Car Show at Gwinn High School for Gwinn Fun Daze 2015
Gwinn, MI – July 25, 2015 – It was all about community at the annual Gwinn Fun Daze, hosted by Gwinn and the ModelTowners. Major Discount and Gordon Mielke were there to bring the fun to you! People gathered together from all around Gwinn and the surrounding areas to celebrate their amazing town, and everyone had a blast!
Gwinn Fun Daze will also help welcome a new high school superintendent, Tom Jayne! Mr. Jayne spoke at the Gazebo about his plans for the future of Gwinn High School, and the crowd warmly welcomed him into their community.
Hundreds of people stopped out to get in on the fun, and there was plenty to be had for everyone, old and young! There was a 50/50 raffle, rubber ducky races for the kids, bingo, prizes, and an entire area for children to safely play in! There was also great food like brats, hot dogs, pizza, burgers, and for desert, Daughters of the Nile cotton candy! There was also live music all day, as well as antique chainsaw viewing and classic cars and tractors to check out!
Tents and the crowd at Gwinn Fun Daze 2015- Great Turn Out!
Also, Great Lakes Radio celebrated their new station 99.9FM Fox Sports Gwinn! We’re proud to bring the ModelTowners to Gwinn on 99.9FM, and the station will have ModelTowner football and basketball this upcoming school year!
We hope you had an awesome time at the Gwinn Fun Daze this year! A special thanks goes out to the city of Gwinn, E&E Furniture, The Gwinn Lions Club, Gwinn Insurance, and Great Lakes Radio!
Be sure to check out all of Gordy and Major Discount’s live breaks below!
Gwinn Comunity Members Help Clean Up Gilbert Elementary School
Volunteers help clean up Gilbert Elementary School in Gwinn
Gwinn, MI – Gwinn parents, teachers and community members all gathered to clean up Gilbert Elementary School during a Work Bee to prepare for the upcoming school year.
Many people expressed generosity and community spirit by donating a bit of their time to help make Gilbert better than ever for all the kids here in Gwinn!
A lot of work was done during the Work Bee on Wednesday. Volunteers painted playground equipment, removed shrubs, added a new sandbox, replanted flowers around the building, spread new woodchips, painted doors, and overall just spruced Gilbert up!
Gwinn Superintendent Tom Jayne Helps Landscape At Gilbert Elementary School
Gwinn’s new Superintendent Tom Jayne was on hand, and helped the team landscape the front yard of the school.
Volunteers arrived around 4pm, with many staying until it started getting dark out.
With all that work, we had some hungry volunteers. Good thing the grill was loaded with hot dogs ready for the hard-working friends. There was plenty of food and great music, and many happy faces helped improved the school for the upcoming year!
Thank you to all that came out and supported Gwinn Area Community Schools, the heart of the Model Town!
Below you listen to the interviews Gordy from Great Lakes Radio did on site, and in the gallery below see great pictures from the event: