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Newsmakers Archives for 2020-11

Happy Thanksgiving from WDBC

Craig Woerpel gets us ready for Thanksgiving with music and news. He is joined by Wendy Irving who has already decoradted for Christmas, Wendy Pepin with the Wendy Wednesday Blues For A Cause Pick Of The Week (and cooking pies) and Patty Woerpel who is getting ready to cook for Thanksgiving. Enjoy! And, count your blessings on this Thanksgiving.

 

 

Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio Deer Report - Friday

Join Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio host Craig Woerpel for the annual Deer Report. He is joined today by Bruce Belongie with the Great Lakes Timber Show, Ken Bucholtz, with Wheelin' Sportsmen and Roy Dahlgren with the U.P. Trappers Association.

 

 

Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio Deer Report - Thursday

Join Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio host Craig Woerpel for the annual Deer Report. He is joined today by Al Ettenhofer with U.P. Whitetails Association, Tonya Ettenhofer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area and Bruce Belongie with the Great Lakes Timber Show.

 

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Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio Deer Report - Wednesday

Join Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio host Craig Woerpel for the annual Deer Report. He is joined today by Al Ettenhofer with U.P. Whitetails Association, Tonyia Henderson, owner of Derouin's Auto Body & Collision and Tim Kobasic's daught Lisa Kobasic Gramza.

 

 

Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio Deer Report - Tuesday

Join Trails & Tales Outdoors Radio host Craig Woerpel for the annual Deer Report. He is joined today by Shawn Cannon at Cannon Forestry, Rod Stende at Elmer's County Market and Leroy Destrampe.

 

 

Escanaba students go to alternating day schedule to prevent COVID-19 quarantines

Students at the Escanaba Jr and Sr. High School will begin alternating day schedules starting Monday. School Superintendent Coby Fletcher says they will divide the student body in half to lower the number of students at the school building during the day.

 

On Friday, all students from the 6th through 12th grades will meet online for an abbreviated schedule to give staff more preparation time.

 

Fletcher says the goal of the new schedule is to lower the number of quarantines that can affect the attendance of students and staff at school.

 

 

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