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.
WMU Picks Up Federal Grant To Help Fight Opioid Addiction
Western Michigan University has picked up a federal grant from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help increase the training and staffing of health care professionals, to stem the flood of highly addictive opioid drugs.
Mobile Secretary of State Office Coming To Eastwood Neighborhood
Sometimes you can't get over to the Secretary of State's offices to take care of business. So, on Saturday, August 24th, the Secretary of State Mobile Office will be at the Eastwood Community Block Party in Kalamazoo offering up their services.
I-94 To Be Widened To Six Lanes in Portage Beginning in 2021
Another example of road construction being a never ending torture for Michigan drivers; M-DOT has announced a two year widening project for Interstate 94, from Portage Road to Sprinkle Road.
Ultimate Father’s Day Gift 2020: MLB Game at ‘Field of Dreams’
And remember to bring a mitt and box of Kleenex. This might just be the ultimate Father's Day gift. Just announced today, the White Sox will play the New York Yankees at the "Field of Dreams" baseball diamond in Dyersville, Iowa, where the movie was filmed.
Re-Branded Kalamazoo County ‘Youth Fair’ Goes Thru Saturday
You have to understand, it's just not the same world it was thirty years ago. but give the Kalamazoo County Board and the Fair Board credit for trying to reinvent, or at the very least, re-brand the Kalamazoo County Fair as the Kalamazoo County Youth Fair.
Bell’s Releases Details of 2019 Homebrew Competition
The press release starts with this daunting question: "Are your homebrew skills enough to get your beer served alongside Two Hearted, Bell’s Amber Ale, Oberon and others? Here’s your chance to prove it."
Thirty Eight Years Later, Michigan Trooper From Albion To Be Honored
Michigan State Trooper Allan P. Peterson, a Albion native, who died after being exposed to a deadly gas while working a derailment scene in Bridgman in 1981, is to be honored later in August.
Should Michigan School Buses Have These Safety Additions?
It's enough to make your blood boil. Careless drivers driving right a stopped school bus. The results of such a mistake can be tragic. How often does it happen? It's probably correct to say one time is too often.
Michigan Joins Lawsuit To Keep Your Phone Bill From Going Up
So far, it's fourteen states and the District of Columbia; a joint effort to block a proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint,
K-Wings, Bootland Agree To Four Year Contract Extension
When you read this next sentence, it may surprise you, too. Nick Bootland will be starting his 12th season as coach of the Kalamazoo Wings.