Take Back The Tap
School Leaders Talk Security
Proos Explores Changes To Prison Food Service
Opposition To Medicaid Work Requirements
Jon Cox; With Respect 03/18/18

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Take Back The Tap

Bottled water sales in the United States are skyrocketing, but a new report looks at what is actually being sold to those customers. In “Take Back the Tap,” Food and Water Watch researchers look at […]

School Leaders Talk Security

Benton Harbor School leaders continue to think about improving security. At a Tuesday meeting, the board of education heard from Acting Superintendent Patricia Robinson the district’s metal detectors are almost repaired, with six door units […]

Proos Explores Changes To Prison Food Service

State Senator John Proos has some new ideas for prison food service. That’s after Governor Rick Snyder recently proposed moving away from having private companies provide it. Proos tells WSJM News he’s put together a […]

Opposition To Medicaid Work Requirements

The Michigan League for Public Policy is not pleased with a proposal in Lansing to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients. League policy analyst Emily Schwarzkopf tells WSJM News implementing such requirements would be messy. […]

Jon Cox; With Respect 03/18/18

John’s guest this week is Professor John Cox of Hope College. He is one of the world recognized experts on William Shakespeare. In this show, followed by a sequel next week, they talk about Shakespeare’s […]

Changes Coming To Krasl

St. Joseph City Commissioners have given the green light to the Krasl Art Center as it seeks an improvement project for its grounds to attract more visitors. At a meeting this past week, the commission […]

Snyder Talks “Marshall Plan” For Jobs

$100 million is the price tag for Governor Rick Snyder’s ambitious plan to expand job training programs for all ages. Called the “Marshall Plan for Talent,” he tells WSJM News the reaction has been positive from […]

Local Business News

Spring Weight Restrictions Going Into Effect

Commercial companies and over-the-road truckers face seasonal weight restrictions that will go into effect Monday morning according to the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and local agencies who are enacting spring weight restrictions, an annual […]

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Weekday Morning Sports – Friday 3/16/18

NCAAMBB – Men’s College Basketball – 2018 NCAA Tournament Last Night East Region Villanova 87, Radford 61 Texas Tech 70, Stephen F. Austin 60 Alabama 86, Virginia Tech 83 Florida 77, St. Bonaventure 62 Midwest […]

NCAA Tournament: Wolverines rusty, but advance

Charles Matthews had 20 points and 11 rebounds, Michigan locked down on defense and the third-seeded Wolverines beat Montana 61-47 in a plodding first-round NCAA Tournament game Thursday night. Michigan (29-7) trailed by 10 in the […]

Weekday Morning Sports – Thursday 3/15/18

NCAAMBB – Men’s College Basketball – 2018 NCAA Tournament Last Night – First Four, Dayton, OH Texas Southern 64, North Carolina Central 46 Syracuse 60, Arizona State 56 Texas Southern 64, NC Central 46 – […]

Boys’ Basketball Regional Finals Scoreboard

  CLASS B Benton Harbor 67, Dowagiac 57 Williamston 48, Marshall 40 -Benton Harbor will face Williamston Tuesday in the State Quarterfinals CLASS C Kalamazoo Christian 61, Cassopolis 48 Monroe St. Mary Catholic 61, Hanover-Horton […]

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