I'm 95.3 WBCK's Brand Manager, and Operations Manager for Townsquare Media's Battle Creek Stations and host of the 95.3 WBCK Morning Show. I've been with the station for 29 years. I'm also a professional musician, playing the trumpet and sax in the Gull Lake Jazz Orchestra, Otsego Jazz Ensemble, Lew Boyd Band and the Kalamazoo Big Band, (which I co-lead.) You might have seen me on stage at the Great Escape Stage Company, Marshall Civic Players, and the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Civic Theaters. My wife Debbie and I live east of Climax (the Greater West Leroy Metropolitan Area) with our dogs Mugsie, Scruffy, and Ellie and cats Lenny and Earl. I'm a big Tiger fan have a huge vegetable garden, and love local history....and the Twilight Zone!
Michigan Proposal 2: A no-brainer. Vote Yes.
Conservative Republicans have your back on privacy rights
BCU Unveils $500,000 Program to Draw Talent to Battle Creek
Program will pay housing and moving costs to and reach out to underrepresented demographics
Battle Creek Crews to Start Red-Tagging Recycling Bins with the Wrong Stuff In Them
The city of Battle Creek is easing in a new program to encourage people to do a better job of recycling. Patty Hoch-Melluish is the city’s Environmental and Storm Services Manager. She says that starting Monday, November 2nd, Waste Management Workers will start tagging re…
Bronson’s Dr. Richard Van Enk Answers Flu Shot Questions
Should You Get the Flu Shot? You bet! Here’s why.
COVID-19 Cases Continue to Spike in Calhoun County
Schools on Alert for More Restrictions
The Battle Creek Sanitarium: 100 Years Ago Today, Oct 26, 1920
Dr. Kellogg rounded up everybody for this snapshot in history.
Marshall Man Fatally Shot After Police Chase May Have Been in Previous Chase
State Police Investigation Nearly Complete
TV Show Looks At Kalamazoo County Murder Conviction
“The Killer in Question,” looks into the 2002 conviction of former Marine and VA Medical Center Police officer Jeff Titus.
EPA Announces $10 million in Grants for Lead Pipe Replacements in West Michigan
$22.8 Million Announced for drinking water testing in schools
Here’s the Scoop on Calhoun County’s 911 Surcharge Proposal
A $2 million increase but it could help out our bigger cities and townships