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  • Which Packers Mom Did I Sit Behind At The Game?

    Posted by Corey Carter

    I was lucky enough to get Indoor Club Seats for the Packers-Titans game on Sunday.  It was hard not to notice which Packers' Mom was sitting in front of us.  (In fact, the whole family was there, Mom, Dad, Aunt, Sister, Brother...)



    Yup, Brian Bulaga's Mom!!

    Nice bedazzeled jersey, huh?!?!

    I asked her what Brian's favorite Christmas gift growing up was, she said, "It was probably a Madden video game."  Go figure.

    Also, I asked what his favorite Christmas food was, and she said, "We're Polish, so it was probably Pierogi...

    Pierogi (Polish pronunciation: [pjɛˈrɔɡʲi]; also spelled perogipierogyperogypierógipyrohypirogi, or pyrogy; juvenile diminutive form: Pierożki Polish pronunciation: [pjɛˈrɔʂki] also in use) are dumplings of unleavened dough – first boiled, then they are baked or fried usually in butter with onions – traditionally stuffed with potato fillingsauerkraut,ground meat, cheese, or fruit. 


    Merry Christmas!!

  • Kids For Connecticut - Paige Sings O Holy Night

    Posted by Corey Carter

    Paige Hakari - an 11 year old from Casco Intermediate School wanted to help out with the tragedy in Connecticut and thanks to Bay Bank, there has been an account set up called "Kids for Connecticut"...click below to listen to where the money goes...also a beautiful rendition of "O Holy Night" by Paige that she performed live on-air this morning.


    Paige Hakari

  • School Closings/Delays FRIDAY 12-21

    Posted by Corey Carter
    Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine   Closed Friday
    Berlin   Closed Friday
    Campbellsport   Closed Friday
    Coleman   Delayed 2 hours
    Crivitz   Delayed 2 hours
    De Pere   Delayed 2 hours
    Denmark   Delayed 2 hours
    Elkhart Lake -Glenbeulah   Delayed 2 hours
    Florence   Delayed 2 hours
    Fond du Lac Fond du Lac Delayed 2 hours
    Fox Valley Lutheran High School   Delayed 2 hours
    Freedom Area   Closed Friday-Staff Report 10 a.m.
    Goodman-Armstrong Creek   Delayed 2 hours-
    Green Lake   Closed Friday-Staff do not need to report
    Hilbert   Delayed 2 hours-No 4 year old Kindergarten
    Hortonville   Delayed 2 hours-No a.m. kindergarten
    Howard-Suamico   Delayed 2 hours-No Early Childhood
    Kiel   Delayed 2 hours-
    Maranatha Seventh-day Adventist School - Lena Marinette Closed Friday-
    Manawa   Delayed 2 hours-
    Manitowoc Lutheran   Delayed 2 hours-
    Marinette   Delayed 2 hours-
    Markesan   Closed Friday-
    Menominee, MI   Closed Friday-
    MISD   Delayed 2 hours-
    Montello   Closed Friday-
    Morrison Zion Lutheran   Delayed 2 hours-
    Notre Dame of De Pere Brown Closed Friday-
    New Holstein   Delayed 2 hours-
    New London   Delayed 2 hours-No morning 4k
    North Fond du Lac   Delayed 2 hours-
    Our Lady of Lourdes - De Pere Brown Closed Friday-
    Oakfield   Closed Friday-
    Oconto   Delayed 2 hours-
    Oconto Falls   Delayed 2 hours-No morning 4k
    Omro   Closed Friday-
    Oneida Nation Elementary-High   Closed Friday-
    Peshtigo   Delayed 2 hours-No early childhood classes
    Princeton   Closed Friday-
    Pulaski   Delayed 2 hours-
    Ripon   Closed Friday-
    Roncalli   Delayed 2 hours-
    Rosendale-Brandon   Closed Friday-
    St. John the Baptist - Howard Brown Closed Friday-
    Seymour   Delayed 2 hours-
    Shiocton   Delayed 2 hours-
    St John Lutheran Manitowoc   Closed Friday-
    Stephenson, MI   Closed Friday-
    Stockbridge   Delayed 2 hours-
    Syble Hopp   Delayed 2 hours-
    Valders   Delayed 2 hours-
    Waupun   Closed Friday-
    Wausaukee   Delayed 2 hours-
    Wautoma   Delayed 2 hours-
    West De Pere   Delayed 2 hours-No AM 4K
    Weyauwega-Fremont   Delayed 2 hours-
    Wild Rose   Delayed 2 hours-
    Winn Lutheran Academy   Delayed 2 hours-
    Winneconne   Closed Friday-
  • ANOTHER Beautiful/Sad Poem about the Sandy Hook Tragedies

    Posted by Corey Carter

    On Tuesday I read a poem on the air and got a lot of comments on it...beautiful....sad and hopefully it made you stop and look at the big picture in your own life, especially if you have children.

    Somebody commented on that blog post with this poem, so I thought I'd post it as well,  Another tear-jerker:


    • A Memorial Poem: Newtown, CTAuthor Unknown

      Twas' 11 days before
      Christmas, around 9:38
      when 20 beautiful children stormed through heaven's

      Their smiles were contagious; their laughter filled the air,

      ......they could hardly believe all the beauty they saw there.

      were filled with such joy; they didn't know what to say,
      they remembered
      nothing of what had happened earlier that day.

      "Where are we?" asked a
      little girl, as quiet as a mouse.
      "This is heaven." declared a small boy,
      "We’re spending Christmas at God's house."

      When what to their wondering
      eyes did appear,
      but Jesus, their savior, the children gathered near.

      He looked at them and smiled, and they smiled just the same,
      then He
      opened His arms and He called them by name.

      And in that moment was joy
      that only heaven can bring
      those children all flew into the arms of their

      As they lingered in the warmth of His embrace,
      one small girl
      turned and looked at Jesus' face.

      As if He could read all the questions
      she had,
      He gently whispered to her, "I'll take care of mom and dad."

      Then He looked down on earth, the world far below,
      He saw all of the
      hurt, the sorrow, and woe.

      Then He closed His eyes and He outstretched
      His hand,
      "Let My power and presence re-enter this land!"

      "May this
      country be delivered from the hands of fools",
      "I'm taking back my nation,
      I'm taking back my schools!"

      Then He and the children stood up without a
      "Come now my children, let me show you around."

      filled the space, some skipped and some ran,
      all displaying enthusiasm that
      only a small child can.

      And I heard Him proclaim as He walked out of
      "In the midst of this darkness, I AM STILL THE LIGHT

  • Touching Poem about Sandy Hook Shootings

    Posted by Corey Carter

    Did you know?

    By Christine Kimball

    December 15, 2012

    Hi Mommy! Hey Dad! Hi Nana and Pa! Hi Whiskers and Flash!

    I’m here with God, and so are my friends. He’s giving us hugs.

    He doesn’t want you to worry. We’re surrounded by love.

    The last time I smiled at you, was night before last.

    When you pulled up the covers, you were making me laugh.

    That book you read was always your best.

    The voices were funny and put me to rest.

    Did you know the hug you gave me at school in the morning,

    Was the one hug you’d hold on to while you were in mourning?

    Did you know my Christmas concert would be the last time I’d sing?

    Or the trip to the park would be my last on a swing?

    Nana, did you know when you left this weekend, that it’d be our last kiss?

    Or my whisper to Santa would be my last wish?

    And when I was running, I tripped and I fell.

    That was the last time Daddy’s kiss made me well.

    Whiskers and Flash – you always make me laugh!

    When I pet you goodbye and you thought I’d be home…

    Well God decided today that a new path I’d roam.

    Mommy, I’m sorry! I left you such a mess!

    But I know you’ll forgive me, ‘cause Mommy you’re the best!

    Daddy thank you for taking me door to door!

    You encouraged me as a mermaid, to keep getting more.

    This summer I swam for the very first time.

    Papa lifted my chin and told me to “keep trying”.

    My socks are everywhere, and probably in the car.

    Did you know I’d be here today? It just seems so far!

    But God reassured me, that you’d all be okay.

    If each of you loves me and continues to pray.

    Did you know I left my homework lying on the table?

    We rushed out the door, turn it in if you’re able.

    Did you know where I hid my present for you?

    I made it with paper and glitter and glue.

    I hope you find it, hidden under my bed.

    Take down the wreathe and put it on the door instead.

    Mommy, did you know that angels are true?

    They have big beautiful wings and their smiles remind me of you.

    Take my pillow into your room. It smells just like me.

    Hug it tight while you cry. I hug it when things are frightening.

    Did you know I’d be in heaven, waiting for you?

    Nana I beat you! It was such a race!

    But Jesus has told me, you’ll be in this place.

    I’m waiting for everyone, when you’re ready to come.

    There’s no more fears that I have to hide from.

    Did you know that I love you? You cannot forget.

    That God’s up here with me, and beside him I sit.

  • If You Believe - This Might Help

    Posted by Corey Carter

    After 24 hours, it's still hard to comprehend.  If you are a believer, I looked these up and thought I'd share with you.  I feel like I've been on the verge of tears since the news on Friday morning.   It's times like these that the only way some people can get through is with their faith.  I pray that the families of the victims come together and that they use their faith in the unbelivably tough time.

    John 14:1-4
    Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God[; trust also in me. In my Father's house are many rooms; if it were not so,
    I would have told you. I am going there to prepare a place for you. And if I go
    and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that
    you also may be where I am. You know the way to the place where I am going.

    2 Corinthians 1:3-5
    Praise be to the God and Father of our
    Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, 4who comforts us in all our troubles, so that
    we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received
    from God. 5For just as the sufferings of
    Christ flow over into our lives, so also through Christ our comfort overflows.

    Revelation 21:4
    He will wipe every tear from their eyes.
    There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of
    things has passed away."

    Psalm 34:18
    The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves
    those who are crushed in spirit

    Isaiah 54:10
    "Though the mountains be shaken and the hills
    be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace
    be removed," says the LORD, who has compassion on you.


    "In this crazy world, there's an enormous distinction between good times and bad,
    between sorrow and joy. But in the eyes of God, they're never separated. Where
    there is pain, there is healing.
    Where there is mourning, there is dancing.

    -Henri J. M. Nouwen

    When life caves in, you do not need reasons - you need comfort. You do not need
    some answers - you need someone. And Jesus does not come to us with an
    explanation - He comes to us with His presence.

    -Bob Benson


  • See Bieber FREE with WIXX

    Posted by Corey Carter

    Normally, Katie would blog something like this, but I figured I'd pass along the word as quick as possible.  Listen to Murphy/Maino/Katie next week to win tickets each day! 

    Bieber Live


    An  AEG Live Presentation                             






     July 9, 2013

     United Center - Chicago





    Tickets on-sale at the United Center Box Office, Ticketmaster.com,

    Ticketmaster outlets or charge by phone at 800.745.3000

  • (VIDEO) How did YOU Celebrate Aaron Rodgers Day (12-12-12)??

    Posted by Corey Carter

    We actually had people emailing and calling the radio station outraged that school, at least in the Green Bay School District, wasn't cancelled.  I mean, 12-12-12 is just a step behind the birth of our Lord Jesus, right?!?  :)

    So how did you celebrate (besides wear his jersey, which EVERYONE did)??


    Also - if you missed this video I posted a month or so ago, I figured I'd fire it back up to show what a good guy Aaron is. 


  • Children's Museum Event Fundraiser - Mystery at the Museum

    Posted by Corey Carter

    The “Mystery at the Museum” will serve as a signature fund raising effort on behalf of The Children’s Museum of Green Bay.  The 2013 “Mystery at the Museum” is scheduled to take place on Friday February 1, 2013, in Downtown Green Bay at The new Children’s Museum of Green Bay.  This event is open to the public with a “Clue” board game feel, live music, mysterious activities for adults, gourmet Hor d’ Oeuvres and drink specials. 

    The Children’s Museum of Green Bay is a 501(c) 3 community funded, visitor-supported organization.  Please allow us to continue to make a difference in the lives of young children each year with a gift to the museum.

    The “Mystery at the Museum” is a community event created and run in part by volunteers. It serves as an educational resource, as well as an opportunity to generate funds for the programs and exhibits.  Proceeds from the event will allow continued sustainability of the Museum. Money generated from the 2013 “Mystery at the Museum” event will be allotted to continue the educational opportunities through programming to our community of children.   


    Date Friday February 1st, 2013

                       Website www.gbchildtrensmuseum.org                

    “Mystery at the Museum” is an annual event that will take place at the Children’s Museum of Green Bay. 

    • Adult guest will pay a ticket price of $35 to enter the Museum for an evening FULL of Mystery   
    • We have 8 large safes with a key.  Guest will have the opportunity to purchase a game piece for each safe.   
    • Guest will not know what is in the safe but will have access to read mystery riddle clues.


     ·       Heavy Hors d’ Oeuvres (Gourmet)

    o   Food: 

    §  Lobster Mac and Cheese (Black and Tan)

    §  Lobster Bisque (Hagemeister Park) 

    §  Slidders (Republic)

    §  Cheese (Schreiber)

    §  Malts/Coffee (Runaway Spoon) 

    • Beverages

    o   Vintage

    • Entertainment

    o   St Norbert’s theater troupe