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!
Gilmore Car Museum’s Last Cruise In Of The Season on Wednesday
You may have heard me say it before: You never know what you will see at a Wednesday night Gilmore Car Museum cruise-in.
Wiggly Tail: Adopt Puddin’
Here she is - Puddin'! She is this week's Wiggly Tail Wednesday pet of the week from the Humane Society of South Central Michigan.
Carter: Come And See Changes At BCPS For Yourself
Battle Creek Public Schools Superintendent Kim Carter is inviting the community to come and see the district improvements she says are now underway.
Miles For Memories: Dementia Requires Coping Skills
This week's Miles for Memories Moment is courtesy of volunteer Connie Skidmore.
Schwarz, Wiley To Participate in Redistricting Reform Town Hall Thursday in Battle Creek
The nonpartisan ballot committee Voters Not Politicians plans a town hall Thursday, September 21 to discuss what is sometimes referred to as "gerrymandering".
Komando: After Equifax, Do This To Help Protect Your Identity
Digital expert Kim Komando recommends this one thing with your social security number in order to protect your identity: Set up your online social security account.
Wiggly Tail: Adopt Raspberry
Meet Raspberry - this week's Wiggly Tail Wednesday pet of the week from the Humane Society of South Central Michigan.
Maturen Returns To Regular Routine in Michigan House
Rep. Dave Maturen (R-Brady Township), whose district includes a portion of Calhoun County, is back to work while mostly recovered from an auto crash in June 2017.
Restaurant Road Tour: Griffin Grill and Pub [SPONSORED CONTENT]
The 95.3 WBCK Restaurant Road Tour has finally made it to downtown Battle Creek - and Griffin Grill and Pub!
Programs To Help Combat Fraud – Especially Against Seniors
Ninely percent of financial exploitation against seniors comes from a trusted relative or caregiver.