I'm 95.3 WBCK's Brand Manager, and Operations Manager for Townsquare Media's Battle Creek Stations and part 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, KCC Jazz Band, 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 Oscar, Lenny and Earl. I'm a big Tiger fan and have a huge vegetable garden.
Marshall’s Ghost Radio Station, WMRR
Several Calhoun County Radio Stations have faded into oblivion. Here's the story of one of them.
Potawatomi 2018 Pow Wow is This Weekend, June 23 and 24
Native American Tradition displayed in big annual gathering near Athens.
Suspected Plainwell Bank Robber Caught
51 Year Old Homeless Man Claimed to have a Bomb.
Could Battle Creek Be Getting a 4th Brewery?
Battle Creek Unlimited's Joe Sobieralski hinted that it could be in the works on the WBCK Morning Show with Tim Collins.
“Uno” the Binder Park Zoo Screech Owl Passes Away
She lived a long and full life after losing an eye 17 years ago.
Battle Creek Cereal History Exhibit Open Downtown
It's a free community collaboration at 34 W. Jackson Street
Battle Creeks 2018 Cereal Festival Shortened by Rain
Things got soggy near the end, but it was a great morning!
$10 Million Battle Creek Small Business Fund Created
The Battle Creek Small Business Loan Fund is a nice boost toward BCVision’s economic development efforts. The locally-designed and locally-supported fund will increase access to capital for Battle Creek entrepreneurs and new businesses for the city.
Michigan Man Makes Cartoons To Help Kids Deal with Stress
Rocketoons helps kids, parents, and teachers discuss the things that kids struggle with.
Local Florist to Place Roses on 6,250 Fort Custer National Cemetery Graves
As sponsors grow, the goal is to put a rose on every one of the 30,000 graves at Fort Custer National Cemetery.