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.
Second Phase of Repaving Near Colon Underway
The orange barrels have been sprinkled all over the Colon area since Memorial Day and it will continue with another project running until mid-September.
Man Caught Stealing Quarters in Union City, Multiple Charges Coming
A man is behind bars in Branch County after he was caught stealing quarters from a laundromat during the morning hours of July 21st.
Paw Paw Athletics to Become Red Wolves, Possible Approval in July
The anticipation of a new nickname for the Paw Paw Public Schools athletics teams has inched one step closer following the June 22nd announcement of the recommended name from the school's task force.
UPDATE – Kalamazoo Man Nabbed After Violating Bond for Attempted Murder
Authorities in Kalamazoo are searching for a man that violated his bond in an attempted murder case just over a week ago.
Silent Buzz – Rumble Bees Fold After One Season
The logo is still in front of The Rink. Their website still remains active, but their Facebook page has been silent since late March. And now, it becomes official without a sound.
Marshall Man Sought on Assault Warrant, Other Cases
The search continues for a Marshall man sought on a single-count warrant that was announced June 16th.
Northwoods League Baseball Returns to Michigan July 1
Baseball in "The Mitten" in 2020 has been silent with the contention between owners and players in the Majors, Minor League Baseball on hold, and the lone Michigan team in the Great Lakes Collegiate Summer League from Muskegon waiting another year due to its cancellation.
Two Suspects Sought in Battle Creek Double Homicide
A celebration of life turns to tragedy as two Battle Creek residents were shot and killed in the early morning hours of June 16th.
Long Stretch of Albion Closed Beginning Monday
Commuters between Albion and Homer will have a new path to take for the next few weeks as work on a water main closes a stretch of M-99.
These Three Tigers Are Currently Playing Ball in South Korea
As Major League Baseball continues to negotiate into the summer and when (and how) they are going to play safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are several players that are looking to put their games together in the challenging Korea Baseball Organization.