Hey everyone, I'm Townsquare Media's production coordinator, which means I work with advertisers to create the ads you hear on the radio and see online. I'm also is very knowledgeable about sports and keep our sports news updated and help out with our high school games and reporting. When I'm not working announcing high school sports, Western Michigan University Bronco hockey, Kalamazoo FC soccer and Kalamazoo Growlers games, I spend time with my wife, Samantha, and my sons - Austin, Logan and Dylan. Nate holds three Associate degrees from Kellogg Community College in Television and Radio Broadcasting and Television and Radio Production. He also is a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota Crookston, with a Bachelor's degree in Sport and Recreation Management.
Springfield Man Formally Charged in Tuesday Stabbing Inside Party Store
A 20-year-old Springfield man was arraigned Wednesday afternoon in the stabbing of another man Tuesday afternoon.
Small Apartment Fire Thwarted in Minutes in Battle Creek
The quick response of the Battle Creek Fire Department put out a small bedroom fire at an apartment complex on the east side of town.
Golfer Gets Pinned Under Downed Tree on Battle Creek Course
One person was hurt Friday afternoon after they were trapped under a tree branch in a golf cart.
Battle Creek’s Tasty Mexican Fare Expands to Plainwell
The building was originally an Elias Big Boy, then up for sale before an Detroit-area pizza business set up shop. Now it is home to something even more local.
Several Battle Creek Area Track Athletes Participating in Saturday’s State Finals
The Michigan High School Athletic Association is doing something that they couldn't do last year - hold a Spring season and better yet a Spring Championship season.
Suspect in Attempted Kidnapping in Battle Creek Receives Charges
A Battle Creek man was formally arraigned Monday afternoon after being arrested on attempting to kidnap a woman riding her bike late last week.
Save Your Flakes! Cereal Fest is a No Go Again This Year
A downtown festival that has been a staple in Battle Creek’s bridge to summer won’t happen again this year.
Bombers Hope to Pack the Park With Lower Price Tickets
An empty C.O. Brown Stadium will be filled again with the familiar sounds of baseball this summer as the Battle Creek Bombers are set to return home for the first time since 2019.
Lions Stand Pat, Get Needed Tackle With 7th Pick
The speculation on what the Detroit Lions would do under a new general manager and coaching staff came to an end Thursday in the National Football League's Draft in Cleveland.
Bottled Water for Infants Due to Water Issue in Kalamazoo County Community
Residents in a southern Kalamazoo County community are being asked to use bottled water temporarily as an overabundance of a natural mineral could cause issues for children that are a year and younger.