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Christmas Sing

Say goodbye to 2021 as Kevin Allen counts down to the New Year with this years top songs and the big stories in country music!  Plus, a look back at the major events in news, sports and entertainment!  Tune in on Friday December 31st from 1-7pm.

 

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Fishing Report

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WKJC Station Bulletin

Bethany Sides "Professional Student of the Month

The Iosco RESA Career and Technical Education Center would like to take this opportunity to recognize Bethany Sides as “Professional Student of the Month” for October 2021. Bethany is the ...

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Where to go What to Do

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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WKJC News Center

Blizzard warning issued for Hawaii with at least 12 inches of snow forecast

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(HONOLULU) -- A blizzard warning has been issued for Hawaii, with at least 12 inches of snow forecast this weekend.

The warning is in effect for the Big Island summits from 6 p.m. Friday through 6 a.m. Sunday local time.

In addition to blizzard conditions, wind gusts over 100 mph are also expected, according to the alert issued by National Weather Service Honolulu.

"Travel c...

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Hundreds of migrants living in squalor in warehouse in Belarus amid ongoing border crisis

ABC News

(BRUZGI, Belarus) -- Parsa Akram now lives with her mother, father and brother under a warehouse shelf. The space is about 2 meters wide. The 18-year-old and her mother sleep in a tent, her brother and father on the ground.

They are among hundreds of people -- mostly from Iraqi Kurdistan -- now living in a warehouse about a mile from Belarus' border with Poland, caught up in the migrat...

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Kevin McCarthy defends Rep. Lauren Boebert after anti-Muslim remark, downplays House infighting

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(WASHINGTON) -- House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., attempted to downplay the tumultuous week in the Republican conference on Friday, acknowledging only that some of his hard-right members distract from the GOP midterm message in their feuds with Democrats and each other but not condemning the anti-Muslim rhetoric from his member that set off the most recent ...

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Biden speaks to 'incredible news' inside sluggish November jobs report

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(WASHINGTON) -- On the heels of a sluggish November jobs report, President Joe Biden on Friday touted the country's employment landscape as improving despite there being fewer jobs added last month than economists expected.

"We're looking at the sharpest one-year decline in unemployment ever. Simply put, America -- America is back to work. And our jobs recovery is g...

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Saddle up with the action-packed new trailer to 'Yellowstone' prequel series '1883'

Paramount+

"The Road West Was Paved with Blood," reads a title card in the new trailer of Yellowstone's prequel series 1883 -- and there's plenty of the red stuff to go around.

As previously reported, real-life husband and wife Tim McGraw and Faith Hill star in the Paramount+ series, playing James and Margaret Dutton, the patriarch and matriarch of Yellowstone's Dutton family. 

The series, whi...

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What is known about the omicron variant that's arrived in the US

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(NEW YORK) -- As health officials expected, the United States has now confirmed several cases of the omicron variant, which was first identified in Botswana and has since been detected in at least 35 counties.

The World Health Organization declared omicron a variant of concern on Friday. Earlier this week, the agency said the overall global risk is "very high" due to the variant'...

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The Afternoon Show

Black Friday Surplus

Carroll Broadcasting Hunt Club Winner!

Aaron Anthony of National City was this year's winner. He won a prize package valued at nearly $1,600 from Frank's Great Outdoors; Advance Wildlife Designs; Cabella's; M-65 Bait Shops; Jay's Sporting Goods; AuSable River Outfitters; Fairview Hardware; Windjammer Gifts & Clothing; Quality Deer Management Association; Lincoln Hardware; Ossineke Building Supply & Northwoods Wholesale Outlet. See all our successful hunters just click on the link below!

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Ski Report

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