I am a Digital Content Producer, News Reporter and Show Contributor for 95.3 WBCK. My career in broadcasting began in 1999 and I have spent most of it in Michigan apart from a stint in West Virginia. I grew up in the Kalamazoo suburb of Parchment. I enjoy history (especially local and Michigan), travel, music and sports among other hobbies. I am huge Western Michigan sports fan as well as the Lions, Tigers, Red Wings, and Pistons. A Xennial born in 1979, I am sandwiched right between Generation-X and Millenials, so my outlook on the world and life is odd. I'm pretty much an old soul with a youthful heart and an open mind. I've been married to lovely Lacy since 2006. We enjoy meteorology, aurora hunting, astronomy, our fish aquarium, road trips, movies, television and much more. We also enjoy the company of our cat companions Brutus, Stanley and Frankie.
Police Confirm Missing Delton Teen Has Been Located, Is Safe
The Barry Township Police Department confirmed the information Wednesday morning.
Thief With ‘Green Thumb’ Caught Red Handed
Kalamazoo police arrest man with warrant caught stealing gardening tools
Runaway Teen From Delton Could Be In Serious Danger
Authorities in Barry County say a 14-year-old Delton teen who reportedly ran away from home Monday is considered a danger to herself.
This Legendary Rock Band Recorded An Obscure Jingle For Kellogg’s In The 1960s
They were one of the bands part of the popular British Invasion in the United States in the mid 1960s
Neighbors On Alert After Two Electric Meter Fires In Battle Creek Neighborhood
Consumers Energy was in the area making repairs in response to the fires.
Jail Garden Plants Seeds Of Hope For Kalamazoo Inmates
The Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office says low risk inmates will work for 8 hours a day on the garden under supervision.
‘Invasion Of The Caterpillars’ Returns To Michigan
It sounds like the title of a really bad B-movie, but the Michigan DNR is warning that forest tent caterpillars have returned and are making a nuisance of themselves across the state. They eat leaves from sugar maple, aspen and oak trees and leave small strands of webbing as they go..…
Heritage Tower Remains On Schedule For 2019 Reopening
When the nearly $30 million project to restore the Heritage Tower is completed, it will provide housing, jobs and retail in downtown Battle Creek.
Michigan’s Monikers Are The Only Of Their Kind In The U.S.
Adam Aleksic is a high school junior from Albany, New York and a self described etymology nerd.
Marshall Schools Gives Official Statement On Graduation Incident
Following an uproar regarding an incident involving two Marines at Marshall High School's graduation ceremony Sunday, the Board Of Education has released an official statement.