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Carl Coffey

Paper or plastic? Other than bagging groceries at the A&P in town or milking cows on Daddy and Mother’s dairy farm, I’ve only ever worked “on-air” in radio. After high school, I read the obituary report on the Lapeer radio station (yep, same frequency) and was a Mortarman in the 4rth Infantry Division in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Bringing free-form radio back to Detroit in creating and hosting "The Rif Rock Café” and being “Your Afternoon Coffey Break” were high-points of my radio career in the Motor City. I’m glad for the opportunity to entertain and inform listeners every morning on US 103.1, to promote the neighborhood and to be part of the community I grew up in.
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Today Is National Paul Bunyan Day

Paul Bunyan is a very popular character here in Michigan with at least a half a dozen statues paying tribute to Paul and Babe, The Blue Ox. The one I'm familiar with is in Oscoda. According to roadarch.com, this Paul Bunyan statue is about 13 feet tall not including the base. The statue was originally paper-mâché, built as part of a J. L. Hudson Department Store float for the Thanksgiving Day parade in Detroit.

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Downtown Lapeer Summer Concert Series Tonight

Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to Courthouse Square tonight for the third concert in the Downtown Lapeer Summer Concert Series from 6 PM – 8 PM. Grab dinner or refreshments from downtown businesses and enjoy the sounds of the 10-8 Band.

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Be On the Lookout For Suspect in Deadly Shooting

A northern Michigan woman is dead and the man police are looking for is still on the run and could be headed to Lapeer County. The Sheriff says the shooter is believed to be a hispanic man by the name of Francisco Arroyo, who may have had a previous relationship with the female victim.

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Iconic Plastic Pink Flamingo Sculptor Dies

The artist most widely known for his 1957 plastic pink flamingo died on Monday. Don Featherstone, a sculptor, studied art at the Worchester Art Museum in Massachusetts and much to the chagrin of his professors took a job making three-dimensional plastic lawn ornaments at Union Products in nearby Leominster and the rest as they say is history.

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You Can Still See The Dead’s Finally

If you didn't get your tickets for the final performance to see the Grateful Dead 's 50th anniversary shows not to worry. You'll be able to watch the last concerts on YouTube.The Dead's Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Year of Grateful Dead shows are happening in Santa Clara, CA on June 27-28 and Chicago at Soldier Field on July 3-5.

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‘Tonight’s The Night’: Neil Young Mourns Two Friends [VIDEO]

Tonight’s The Night, released forty years ago this week in 1975, stands as one of the most defining albums in Neil Young’s relentless zigzagging between acoustic and plugged-in, commercial and off-beat, hard and soft.

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Michigan in Bull’s-Eye of Severe Weather Last Night

It was a wild night of thunderous storms last night with at least three confirmed tornadoes across the state, one of them sighted north of Lapeer County near M-53 and Deckerville Road shortly after 10 PM. There were a couple of unconfirmed sightings of tornadoes according to the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Department.

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#Ivory Crush [VIDEO]

One ton of confiscated illegal elephant ivory was crushed last Friday in New York ’s Times Square by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. “Behind every piece of ivory is a dead elephant” explains Leigh Henry of the World Wildlife Fund. Ninety six elephants are killed for their tusks every day in Africa . #Ivory Crush won’t stop poaching or put a dent in the global ivory market but was designed rather as a symbolic gesture and to send a message.

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Attica Days Festival Vendors Sought

Indoor and outdoor spaces at the 3rd Annual Attica Days Festival are available for crafters, artists and food or merchandise vendors. The festival will be held on July 10-11 at the Attica Township Park . The park is located at 4350 Peppermill Road in Attica . Download an application at atticadays.com

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Chocolate Éclairs & Onion Rings

Get ready to celebrate National Chocolate Éclair Day and National Onion Rings Day tomorrow. Did you know that the word “éclair” comes from a French word meaning “flash of lightning?” With the slogan ‘ America ’s Motor Lunch,’ the nation’s first drive-in restaurant founded in 1921 along the Dallas-Fort Worth Highway, The Pig Stand, claims to have invented deep-fried onion rings.

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