Monthly Archives: June 2021

It’s a wrap . . .

WOAS-FM Wraps Year WOAS-FM will wrap up the COVID influenced 2020-2021 broadcast year at the end of June.  We would like to extend our thanks to everyone who helped fund our transmitter repair last fall and the students who jumped on board for the second semester of what turned out to be a most unusual […]

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FTV: Think About It!

       There are times when the human race makes me shake my head in wonder.  There are multiple ways that we can make the world a better place, yet as soon as something ‘unusual’ happens (for lack of a better word), many people pull the universe into one small unit:  themselves.  If one considers all […]

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FTV: Cheap Trick

     To my knowledge, Cheap Trick has performed in the Upper Peninsula several times during their storied career.  I have managed to miss them each time.  The concerts I can find records for (and there maybe more I am not aware of) were in Marquette and at the casino in Harris.  The first show was at […]

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FTV: The Sturgeonaba River

       The Sturgeonaba River?  If you have never heard of this Upper Peninsula waterway, that is okay because I made the name up.  This ancient river may have occupied the valley systems that now host the northward flowing Sturgeon River and the southward flowing Escanaba River.  When Fred Rydholm first told me his theory involving […]

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