Paper or plastic? Other than bagging groceries at the A&P in town or milking cows on Daddy and Mother’s dairy farm, I’ve only ever worked “on-air” in radio. After high school, I read the obituary report on the Lapeer radio station (yep, same frequency) and was a Mortarman in the 4rth Infantry Division in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Bringing free-form radio back to Detroit in creating and hosting "The Rif Rock Café” and being “Your Afternoon Coffey Break” were high-points of my radio career in the Motor City. I’m glad for the opportunity to entertain and inform listeners every morning on US 103.1, to promote the neighborhood and to be part of the community I grew up in.
Flint Firebirds Offer Free Bus Ride To Gordie Howe’s Visitation
Hockey fans will be heading to Detroit during the next two days to honor Red Wing and hockey legend Gordie Howe. The Flint Firebirds have partnered with Blue Lakes Charters and Tours to offer a free ride to the visitation at The Joe Louis Arena today.
Be On the Lookout For Suspect in Deadly Shooting
Update: Officers arrested Arroyo on Thursday afternoon in Warren. According to MLive, officers spotted his vehicle unoccupied and found him hiding in a nearby residence.
Hockey Time with The Red Wings and The Generals
The Detroit Red Wings will be taking on The Flint Generals in fun filled alumni game this Friday night at Perani Arena and Event Center. A portion of the event’s proceeds will benefit United Way of Genesee County and The Old Newsboys of Flint.
Fire In Downtown Lapeer
Update: Fire Chief Terry Kluge said the PIX Theatre appears to have suffered minor smoke and water damage. The fire is under investigation, however, the fire department has been unable to go into the buildings to do a full assessment.