Nate Adams is Townsquare Media's production coordinator, which means he works with advertisers to create the ads you hear on the radio and see online. Nate also is very knowledgeable about sports and keeps our sports news updated and helps out with our high school games and reporting. When he's not working announcing high school sports, Western Michigan University Bronco hockey, Kalamazoo FC soccer and Kalamazoo Growlers games, Nate spends time with wife, Samantha, and his 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.
Garden Show Update – Landscaping On Hold
The spring season is in full swing and usually landscapers are hard at work getting their plans ready to help customers get their lawns and gardens in top shape. It is just a little different this year.
First Death from COVID-19 Case Reported in Kalamazoo County
The Kalamazoo County Health and Community Services Department has announced their first death among their reported positive Coronavirus cases.
High School Basketball District Considered Possible Area of COVID-19 Spread
The Calhoun County Public Health Department is looking for some assistance in their quest to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Special Service Begins for Battle Creek-Based Gas Station Chain Wednesday
It was almost customary for drivers to sit in their vehicles while employees at gas stations filled up the tanks of vehicles. That service is coming back for a few hours on Wednesdays at a number of Battle Creek area gas stations.
Eaton County Becomes 1st Southwest Michigan County with COVID-19 Case
Before the new numbers for positive Coronavirus cases in Michigan are announced on Thursday, a positive case was announced Wednesday in Eaton County.
65 Statewide Cases of COVID-19, First in Jackson County Announced
The State of Michigan's Department of Health and Human Services has announced 12 new cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed Tuesday, upping the number of cases statewide to 65.
Changes to Calhoun County Offices and Services Begin Tuesday
Several changes are taking place among the building and services offered by Calhoun County over the next few weeks.
Commencement, Other Campus Events Canceled at Kellogg Community College
Following the stoppage of face-to-face instruction and components to education at Kellogg Community College last week, federal guidelines announced Monday have led to more cancellations for the campus.
Detroit Sports Legend Places First Bet on Sports in Michigan
The first official sports bet in Michigan was made by a Detroit sports legend on Thursday, March 12th.
Limited Access to MHSAA Sponsored Post-Season Events
UPDATE (March 12th - 2:25pm) - The MHSAA has suspended all winter sports tournaments immediately and indefinitely. Another update is expected later Thursday.