Hi there! I’m Dawn Evans, the other Negaunee girl. I’m your hostess for your Sunny Workday! I’m a Negaunee graduate and have had my share of experiences living around the Midwest from Negaunee to Marquette, Marquette to Waukesha, Waukesha to Milwaukee, Milwaukee to Negaunee, Negaunee to Duluth, and Duluth to Negaunee (*whew*). I enjoy great concerts and have seen many different artists from all of genres. So, you may hear me mention where you can find different concerts from musicians who pop up during my show.
Spend Your Work Day with Dawn on Sunny 101.9
I’m married to a wonderful man and a Mom to a technology loving boy who is aspiring to be a computer coder when he gets older. As a family we enjoy going on adventures around the U.P. looking for waterfalls, visiting local touristy attractions, and taking in the scenery. Mark and I enjoy spending time visiting Big 10 football stadiums (I have 3 checked off my list), and watching great summer baseball like the Duluth Huskies, Wausau Woodchucks, Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, and will certainly be taking in the Green Bay Booyah. We also enjoy cooking, Negaunee Miner sports, and tasty beer.
I’m excited to be back on the air after a 7 year hiatus (I was on Sunny 101.9’s sister station, 103.3 WFXD once upon a time). Thanks for listening!
Call the studio at (906) 227-7777 weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with your music requests. Feel free to contact Dawn below with your comments.
Also listen in throughout the show for weather reports from TV6 Chief Meteorologist Karl Bohnak. Karl has joined the Sunny 101.9 to bring his decades of experience with local weather to the station and it’s listeners.
Karl has broadcast weather on television since 1983. He worked on air at WISC-TV in Madison, then at WTMJ-TV, Milwaukee from 1985-1988. He then made the move to WLUC-TV6 in Marquette, Michigan in April 1988.
Every afternoon around 12pm tune in to hear the forecast from Karl Bohnak, Monday through Friday.
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