DO YOU FEEL THE POWER OF THE MORNING SHOW!!??!!

A bigger sound with a bigger signal and a jam-packed morning show!  Can you feel the new chapter of Mark & Walt in the Morning beginning to unfold?  While television remains mired in the post-digital conversion mess and the newspaper doesn’t show up ’til the afternoon, WKQS has upgraded the signal and it’s reach to better serve the central U.P. with locally connected, high information programming like Mark & Walt in the Morning!  It’s made life difficult for some of the other radio guys in the market and they’ve had to hide their shortcomings with more music, satellite programming or on-air cheap shots from corpulent windbags who run their mouths at random!

You know Mark & Walt in the Morning has always worked to serve the community by bringing the information you need to know in a pleasant, professional and listenable manner.  You know we keep you informed and entertained.  We know you listen because you’ll get the music and info you need to start your day off right every weekday.   Since we hit the airwaves in 1998 to today, Mark & Walt in the Morning will continue to bring you a family-friendly, highly connected local morning radio show.    Can you say that about the other morning shows on the dial?

SO LET’S GET ON WITH IT THEN!!  LET’S GO TO THE RODEO!!

YEEE HAAH!!!!

YEEE HAAH!!!!

Thanks to Jesse Melchori with the Great Lakes Rodeo for coming in this morning to talk about the upcoming Great Lakes Rodeo at the Marquette County Fairgrounds this weekend.  Now in it’s fourth year, the event is a great family-friendly way of getting out and enjoying the Father’s Day Weekend in Marquette County.  To listen to Jesse’s interview, click “HERE“.  For more information about the rodeo including schedule, ticket outlets and prices, click “HERE“.

THE GOOD SENATOR, AUNT DEB!

THE GOOD SENATOR, AUNT DEB!

AUNT DEB CALLS IN TO TALK “GREEN”!

Thanks to United States Senator Debbie Stabenow for calling in this morning to discuss a Green Jobs Summit that was held in Washington D.C. this week.  The Senator outlined what the summit was about and also praised the involvement of Michigan and the U.P. with representation by Michigan Technological University gaining a particular amount of recognition by the senator.  To listen to the complete interview with Senator Stabenow, click “HERE“.

PICKING UP FROM YESTERDAY, A “Y” WEDNESDAY.

STACY & RICK FROM THE YMCA OF MARQUETTE COUNTY.

STACEY & RICK FROM THE YMCA OF MARQUETTE COUNTY.

Also included here today is a conversation with Stacey O’Neill and Rick Potes with the YMCA of Marquette County.  They came by the studios as part of the regular “Y” Wednesday feature and discussed the upcoming YMCA Triathalon and how people could get involved.  They also discussed the need for volunteers and how to become one.  To listen to the interview with Stacey and Rick, click “HERE“.  For more information about the triathalon and other programs and services provided by the YMCA of Marquette County, click “HERE“.

THAT FILLS THE BOAT FOR ANOTHER DAY!

See y’all soon here on the internetz!

-Walt