I grew up near Detroit, in the town of Holly, Mich. Though I was born and raised in Michigan, I spent eighteen years in South Bend, Indiana. I've been back in Michigan for two years and moved back because my son, parents, and sister live here. I'm an avid outdoorsman, I love the Michigan for all of the places that you can go fishing and hunting. My son and I also like tubing in the winter time. When I'm not tubing down a hill, I love riding his Harley around West Michigan. I spend my evenings playing my guitar and playing gigs with my band on the weekends.
95% Increase In New Michigan Hunters For 2020
COVID-19 and the need for people to social distance has brought a 95% increase in new Michigan hunters for 2020.
Feds Need More Time To Process Evidence in Whitmer Kidnapping Plot
The kidnapping plot of Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer seems like something right out of a movie but it is real and the feds need more time to process evidence.
October 19 Is Your Last Day To Register Online to Vote in Michigan
If you have not registered to vote and would rather not do it in person, you have until Monday to get registered online.
Sanford and Wixom Lakes Still Gone After Dam Failure
It has been over three months since the two dams in Midland County, Michigan, broke and Sanford and Wixom Lakes are still gone.
Unemployment Benefits Up $300 Weekly in Michigan
If you are still receiving unemployment benefits in the state of Michigan, $300 of the 600 you lost is coming back.
Human Skull & Bones Found In Michigan Homeowner’s Fire Pit
Can you imagine saving up the money for a down payment on a new home, you settle in, then one day you decide to clean the fire pit and you find a human skull?
Taxes Are Due Wednesday July 15
If you are a procrastinator like me, then you and I both better hustle since are taxes are due Wednesday July 15.
Lawmakers Looking at Ways to Ban Guns in State Capitol
The protest last week at Michigan's Capitol building has made lawmakers uneasy on both sides of the aisle and are looking at ways to keep gun's out of the building.
Nearly 60 Homeless Have COVID-19 in Grand Rapids
With the homeless grouping up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it was only a matter of time before they would start testing positive for COVID-19 and now 59 are positive for the virus.
Ford Looking to Get Factories Restarted Sooner Than Later
The Ford Motor Company is looking at getting five North American assembly plants back up and running in April.