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2020 Backyard BBQ Winner - Becky Robb

Carroll Broadcasting's 2020 Backyard BBQ Winner was Becky Robb of Tawas City! Thank you Becky for entering our contest!  We had a record amount of entries this year and we thank all our liste...

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Iosco County Museum Yard Sale

Come One, Come All!  It's the Iosco County Museum YARD SALE! Saturday, September 26, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. DROP OFF  Your  DONATIONS to the Museum  Friday, Septembe...

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Where To Go, What to Do - Great Places!

  Where to go, What to do here in Northeast Michigan can be heard on WKJC FM Thursday's at 4:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. - Friday's at 5:15 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. and Sat. at 11:15 ...

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To Native Americans, reparations can vary from having sovereignty to just being heard

To Native Americans, reparations can vary from having sovereignty to just being heard

ABC NewsBy TENZIN SHAKYA and ANTHONY RIVAS, ABC News

(WASHINGTON) -- This report is part of "Turning Point," a groundbreaking month-long series by ABC News examining the racial reckoning sweeping the United States and exploring whether it can lead to lasting reconciliation.

In Oklahoma, the people of the Muscogee Creek Nation Reservation have just won their long-standing fight for sovereignty. In...

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North Korea issues rare apology after killing South Korean official at sea

North Korea issues rare apology after killing South Korean official at sea

Oleksii Liskonih/iStockBy JOOHEE CHO, ABC News

(SEOUL, South Korea) -- North Korea sent an apology letter to South Koreas presidential office on Friday explaining what happened in their waters when North Korean troops shot and killed a South Korean official who drifted into their waters earlier this week.

The letter from Norths Central Committees United Front Department also said that North Ko...

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President Trump intends to pick Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court seat: Sources

President Trump intends to pick Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court seat: Sources

arsenisspyros/iStockBy LUCIEN BRUGGEMAN, JOHN SANTUCCI, and KATHERINE FAULDERS, ABC News

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump intends to nominate Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, multiple sources familiar with the presidents intentions told ABC News.

The move to select Barrett, expected Saturday, sets up what promise...

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How four deeply rooted farms stayed strong for their communities amid COVID-19

How four deeply rooted farms stayed strong for their communities amid COVID-19

Courtesy Raqueeb BeyBy TAYLOR BEHRENDT-RHODES, CAMERON HARRISON and JOEL LYONS, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- With its mission to "keep family farmers on the land," Farm Aid works year-round to promote food grown on family farms, support farmers in times of need and promote fair farming policies. Its also known for the famous concert and festival of the same name, which has been held almost every year...

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A whole new world: Disney+ to host social distance drive-in featuring Disney favorites

A whole new world: Disney+ to host social distance drive-in featuring Disney favorites

Disney (LOS ANGELES) -- Disney has found a way to bring the joy of Disney to fans in a safe manner during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The streaming platform has announced the Disney Drive-In Festival that will feature a variety of fan favorites, along with new Disney projects, in a social distance-friendly setting next month in Santa Monica, California.

Set up at the Barker Hanger, fans will be ...

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Only 10% of US adults may have COVID-19 antibodies: Study

Only 10% of US adults may have COVID-19 antibodies: Study

narvikk/iStockBy DR. LEAH CROLL, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- More than 90% of U.S. adults remain susceptible to COVID-19, according to research published on Friday.

Using data from dialysis centers in the United States, the study, published in The Lancet, estimates that less than 10% of U.S. adults have virus antibodies, meaning everyone else is potentially vulnerable to infection.

Those figures roughl...

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