Been doing this a long time. At KFR, since '87. Have had an awful lot of fun through the years here. This is one special radio station. Love living here; both my sons were born here. Michael works for the schools, and David graduated Western and is now living the dream in Chicago. Proud to say they're my best friends as is the love of my life, Kathy, the hottest woman alive.
Sears Will Stay in Business…For Now.
Sears will live to sell another day. According to the Chicago Tribune, a bankruptcy court judge in New York gave the okay for Sears CEO Edward Lampert to buy his company's assets.
Are You Ready For Some Root Beer? Monday!
Capistrano has its swallows, and baseball fans have their pitchers and catchers, but only Kalamazoo has a Root Beer Stand. And Polar Vortex be damned, they're opening up on Monday, February 11th.
Collectors, Fans: Lansing Lugnuts Will Celebrate Burt Reynolds
He was one of the legendary movie stars, larger than life in many ways. And when obituaries were being written about Burt Reynolds, many people were finding out that while Reynolds indeed was a good 'ol boy from Florida, he started his life out in Lansing.
Comment: How Does Someone Get This Depraved, This Sick?
Some things just stay with you, gnawing. I'm guessing it's not coincidence that the United State Attorney's Office for Western Michigan sent out these pictures with the sentencing information, rather than a standard mugshot.
Advia Credit Union To Break Ground on New HQ in Oshtemo
Advia Credit Union is building a new corporate headquarters in Oshtemo Township, just west of US 131, on West Main St. Groundbreaking is set for this Spring.
Talons Out Begins Accepting Applications For Vietnam Veterans
In an emotion filled news conference, Talons Out announced today they will begin accepting Vietnam Era veteran applications, as part of it's One Last Mission to Washington D.C., to visit memorials built in their honor.
Township Tornado Sirens Are Going Away; Not Everyone Is Happy
Kalamazoo Township's decision to de-commission and discontinue its tornado warning sirens this year has some local residents upset.
Deal With M-DOT Gives Kalamazoo Control Of Streets. Will It Help?
An article published on MIBiz on Sunday says the Michigan Department of Transportation has cut a deal with the City of Kalamazoo giving the city control of portions of some of it's busiest streets.
Another ‘Wine Not’ Enters The Wine Rack of History
Okay, that headline may read a tad pretentious, but it sounded cute at the time. Kalamazoo's Wine Not is anything but pretentious.
A Big Opportunity for No. 8 WMU This Weekend In Omaha
A big weekend for Western Michigan University's hockey team, as they play two with Nebraska-Omaha.