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!
Civil War Treasure Destroyed in Battle Creek……100 Years Ago!
Historic Cannon Melted Down for World War 1 Effort
Bronson Healthcare Opens New Laboratory Facility in Downtown Kalamazoo
New Lab Will Also Process COVID-19 Testing
Would You Take a Pay Cut to Keep Working at Home?
Survey Looks at Michigan and other States
The World’s Longest Breakfast Drive Thru is Saturday in Battle Creek
Prairie Farms to Distribute FREE Dairy Boxes 9am to noon
My Pure Health Solutions: A Healthy Business Helping Us Fight COVID-19
The COVID-19 Pandemic has sure taken its toll on individuals and businesses in Battle Creek, but one business that has been a ship in the storm is My Pure Health Solutions. The company, co-owned by Missy McCullough and Charity Johnson, has been helping people to stay healthy, less stressed, and happ…
C.L. Van Deventer Insurance Agency, More than a Century of Trust
Local Staff is Ready to Help You Through Michigan's New Auto Laws
Whitmer To Open Bars, Restaurants and Retail
Gatherings of up to 100 to be permitted No haircuts yet.
Why Do Barbers Even Need a License?
You won’t believe the real reason….ok, you might.
Monday is NOT a Day to Honor Veterans
Memorial Day has a specific purpose, besides grilling burgers
Bronson Healthcare Resumes Services as COVID-19 Declines in Our Area
Curve Flattens; Beds Plentiful