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July 3, 2020 25 min
Almost 50 years old now, we relive the history of driveway basketball in West Michigan and what turned into the Gus Macker All-World Basketball Tour! Bret sits down with Gus Macker himself, Scott McNeal, and goes back through the memories of what started as a summer driveway tournament with 18 players in Lowell to a Sports Illustrated feature article and now tour and business that draws over 200,000 players annually across the cou...
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Dr. Applegate joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about the mental and physical strain of isolation and ways to thrive amid the pandemic.
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Dave Faber, Superintendent, Catholic Schools Grand Rapids joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about the Grand Rapids Diocese giving $1 million in COVID-19 tuition assistance for Catholic School Families in West Michigan.
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Dr. Erica Michiels, Associate Medical Director for the Pediatric Emergency Department at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about firework safety, water safety, and more for your kids on this holiday weekend.
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Al Schwinkendorf, Verburg's Automotive and host of the Auto Talk Podcast, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about the effects of the heatwave on your car.
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Rick Vuyst, Flowerland Show joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about how to keep your lawn green during this heatwave.
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Stephen Oberlin, Oberlin Group Wealth Advisors of Raymond James member SIPC, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about the hazards of using apps and other DIY stock trading platforms.
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Dr. Kirsten Marshall, Bridges Animal Hospital, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about calming your pet that is stressed by fireworks, and keeping your pets safe in the heat.
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Peter Ruppert, President and CEO Fusion Academy, co-chair of the Armed Forces Thanksgiving, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about giving thanks to our armed forces this 4th of July.
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July 2, 2020 3 min
The WMMN team covers the top news of the day.
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July 2, 2020 4 min
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Dr. Liam Sullivan, Infectious Disease Doctor at Spectrum Health joined West Michigan's Morning News to bust some myths about wearing masks.
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July 1, 2020 5 min
Joe Aulisio, Communication Specialist, Better Business Bureau of West Michigan joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about how to spot moving scams.
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Tim Ihlefeld-Harqen, CEO and Founder of Harqen, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about preparing for interviewing from a job by home over the internet.
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Bob Wheaton, Public Information Officer for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, joined West Michigan's Morning News to give an easy way to find where you can get tested for COVID-19.
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July 1, 2020 4 min
If you're tired of making bread, now you can make condiment ice cream.
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Chris Harper, GVSU Professor, and Senior Manager Hungerford Nichols joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about if you can get your home office written off on your taxes.
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June 30, 2020 3 min
Simon Owen, Fox News Radio, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about Iran's recent issuing of a warrant for President Trump.
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John Helmholdt, Executive Director of COmmunications and External Affairs, Grand rapids Public Schools, joined West Michigan's Morning News to talk about the updated budget cuts.
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