Richard Piet Show

Spiritual Care Helps Patients
When a person is ill and in the hospital, dealing with their spiritual well being goes hand in hand with their physical well being. So says Mary Heintzkill, director of spiritual care at Borgess Medical Center. She spoke Tuesday morning on The Richard Piet Show on WBCK...
AC Pres Talks Free Tuition
Albion College says it right on its website. The college is about something bigger - namely, the town of Albion itself. And that's why, President Mauri Ditzler says, they have worked out a plan to pay for the college tuition of some local graduates...
Fleury Talks Development [Audio]
Battle Creek City Manager Rebecca Fleury spoke on The Richard Piet Show Friday about economic development efforts in the city. Fleury, who assumed the city manager post in October, has an open mind about potential continued relationships with Battle Creek Unlimited...
MDOT Talks Plows, Salt [Audio]
West Michiganders are already getting re-acquainted with winter driving, and Thanksgiving hasn't even arrived yet. Nevertheless, the Michigan Department of Transportation is reminding motorists about the ins and outs of dealing with wintry conditions, as well as how to deal with plow trucks tha…
Starr CEO Discusses New Deal
Youth development organization Starr Commonwealth of Albion recently agreed to work with a national organization to help bolster its services in helping at risk youth get back on track to productive lives.
Starr CEO Martin Mitchell tells The Richard Piet Show on WBCK his organization can use the boos…
Tabron: We Need You, BC
LaJune Montgomery Tabron, President and Chief Executive Officer of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, is among those community leaders rallying community support to advance the effort, which seeks to result in a strategic direction for change by next spring/summer...
Big Brothers Innovates [Audio]
While meeting people recently at the Battle Creek Area Chamber of Commerce business expo event, I happened upon Cindy Schrauben. She was extremely enthusiastic about the Big Brothers Big Sisters programs, and I was particularly impressed with the thought they've put into programs in an attempt …
Doc: For Us Priority is Flu, Not Ebola
Calhoun County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Gregory Harrington of Bronson Battle Creek Hospital tells WBCK's Richard Piet that Ebola — despite its vast coverage in the media — won't affect most people.
But the flu will.
So, a flu shot should be on your agenda in order to presen…
Breakfast May Not Be The Most Important Meal
This morning on The Richard Piet Show: Mornings on WBCK, Corey Buell, registered dietitian at Borgess Medical Center, dispelled some myths about breakfast.
Are you deliberate about your breakfast choices? After all, your mother — and grandmother, probably — always told you it's the &…