I have enjoyed working in the radio broadcast industry for over 50 years. I'm married, and live in Grand Ledge. I enjoy walks in our awesome parks, travelling, working in the yard, playing cards, and hanging with family. I grew up in the south, and have worked from Miami to Seattle in radio. I've been a Michigan resident for 18 years now, and I'm done moving!
Governor Whitmer Launches A Tuition-Free Program
Now this is your chance to pursue the degree or training you’ve been dreaming about to help you and your own family succeed
House Expected to Vote on Marijuana Decriminalization Bill This Month
One of the big issues of cannabis sales is the fact it is a cash only business.
10 Lansing Area Restaurants That Have Closed Permanently
Probably one of the industries most affected by Covid-19 is the food service industry.
Is it Just Me, or Are Michigan Drivers Losing Their Minds?
I can be cruising 80 down I-96, and people blow past me like I am going 60.
People Still Not Collecting Unemployment Benefits Due To Fraud
there are fewer than 42,000 still unpaid workers at this time. But that is still a lot of people who are in dire need of an income.
Secretary of State Prepares for Election Worker Shortage
Proper PPE will be provided to election workers to use on November 3rd
Strong Cooldown Coming to Michigan Bringing Fall Colors
Since the last half of May, our temperatures have been trending warmer than usual
Limited Number of Students Move into Dorms on MSU Campus
Even though it was kind of late I think they're slowly getting to where it needs to be
East Lansing Businesses Hurting Without College Students
The business community was fully anticipating plus or minus ten thousand freshmen to be on campus
Betsy DeVos Loses First Round Against Michigan in Coronavirus School Funding Suit
This preliminary injunction will stop Devos and The Department of Education from enforcing it’s guidance on funding in this case