I grew up near Detroit, in the town of Holly, Mich. Though I was born and raised in Michigan, I spent eighteen years in South Bend, Indiana. I've been back in Michigan for two years and moved back because my son, parents, and sister live here. I'm an avid outdoorsman, I love the Michigan for all of the places that you can go fishing and hunting. My son and I also like tubing in the winter time. When I'm not tubing down a hill, I love riding his Harley around West Michigan. I spend my evenings playing my guitar and playing gigs with my band on the weekends.
To Catch A Porch Pirate
Lots of packages will be delivered to porches all across West Michigan, but how do you stop the porch pirates from swiping your deliveries?
COVID-19 Has Forced MSU Game To Be Cancelled
COVID-19 strikes again and this time it has forced the Michigan State University game against Maryland to be canceled for this weekend.
COVID-19 Killing More People Than Flu & Pneumonia Combined
In the beginning of pandemic we were told that the flu kills more than COVID-19 when in fact the coronavirus has killed four times as many as the flu and pneumonia combined.
Romaine Lettuce Linked To A New E. Coli Outbreak
Romaine lettuce is delicious in a salad but beware because the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention say there is a new E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce.
U of M and MSU Football Returning This Weekend
University of Michigan and Michigan State University football returns to the gridiron this weekend.
New Drug ‘Purple Heroin’ Linked to Overdoses & Death in Michigan
Public officials are warning citizens about a new drug called purple heroin that has caused overdoses in Michigan.
October 19 Is Your Last Day To Register Online to Vote in Michigan
If you have not registered to vote and would rather not do it in person, you have until Monday to get registered online.
There’s An Unemployment Extension If Yours Runs Out
Those who have been receiving unemployment will have some hope at the end of their 26 weeks due to a new extension.
There May Be More Hunters In The Woods This Year
Opening day of archery season kicked off Thursday October 1 for Michigan and if you are hunting on state land, you may see more hunters than usual.
Before Mailing In Ballot, You May Need To Do A Little Research
I got my absentee ballot in the mail the other day and as I was filling it out, I noticed a few things I needed to research before filling it out completely.