Richard has 20 years in the media business and 14 years as a news and talk show broadcaster. "The Richard Piet Show" won top awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters for three years running. After getting out of broadcasting for nearly two years, Richard is thrilled to be back on the air!
Wiggly Tail: Adopt ‘Spit-Fire’ Marie
The Humane Society of South Central Michigan calls Marie, a Rat Terrier, a "spit-fire" of a personality!
Voluntary ‘Help Home’ Program Can Save Lives
Progress is being made in a voluntary tracking system in Calhoun County for those with dementia which as the potential to save lives.
Maturen: Still Work To Be Done On Auto Insurance Reform
Rep. Dave Maturen tells 95.3 WBCK it will likely take some time before an omnibus auto insurance reform package gets anywhere in the Michigan legislature.
Congratulations David Meyers – ‘Win Fall Stuff’ Winner!
The 95.3 WBCK-Roach Home Improvement "Win Fall Stuff" giveaway is decided!
‘Win Fall Stuff’ Winner Announced Friday Morning on 95.3 WBCK!
Today, Thursday October 19, 2017 from 3 to 4 p.m. is your last chance to enter to Win Fall Stuff from 95.3 WBCK and Roach Home Improvement!
ArtPrize Winner From Battle Creek: ‘I Had To Pinch Myself!’
Battle Creek artist Richard Schlatter thought his "A. Lincoln" ArtPrize entry might have a shot to win the 2-D category.
Wiggly Tail: Adopt Finch
You may have been noticing a bit of a bird theme on Wiggly Tail Wednesday lately! It's not your imagination.
Here’s How To Get Free Life-Saving Smoke Alarms For Your Home
Last week, during Fire Prevention Week, we talked with fire safety organization ESCAPE about free smoke detectors for your home.
See It Up Close – Battle Creek Artist’s Winning ArtPrize Piece ‘A. Lincoln’ Made Entirely …
Battle Creek artist Richard Schlatter's "A. Lincoln" is coming home after a winning display at the Grand Rapids ArtPrize.
BCPD: ‘Bad Cops’ Legislation is a Good Thing
It is unclear, as yet, whether Governor Rick Snyder will sign into law the so-called "bad cops" legislation now passed by both Michigan legislative chambers.