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  • Palisades & the IRS Scandal: Fred Upton

    Tuesday, May 21, 2013

    Gary Stevens chats with US House Rep. Fred Upton (R-St. Joseph) about various Congressional topics during their weekly conversation on May 21, 2013.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 05/20/13

    Monday, May 20, 2013

    Today's Headlines: A SUV filled with five persons from the Holland area was apparently trying to head north on Saturday afternoon but didn’t make it too far beyond the Grand Haven drawbridge; Lakeshore school superintendents will be telling their bosses some good news from the ballot box during this evening’s board meetings on this third Monday of the month; money burns holes in politicians’ pockets just as much as it does for many of their constituents, and such is the case in Lansing; one of the faces of the IRS scandal is back in West Michigan; the enmity in Washington may not be as bad as it is right now, leading some to believe that the American political system in broken; as the Farm Bill moves through Congress, a state lawmaker who makes more of a living as a farmer is keeping a close eye on Capitol Hill; while the Tigers take Monday off, the Whitecaps are playing a lunchtime game with the Baby Bull trying to rush over the Hot Rods; the summertime weather will end with a bang or three along the Lakeshore.

  • Bucklephobia: Steve Kempker May 20

    Monday, May 20, 2013

    Gary Stevens chatted with Ottawa Co. Sheriff's Lt. Steve Kempker on May 20, 2013 about the "Bucklephobia" seat belt enforcement initiative that runs through Memorial Day weekend.

  • A Farmer on the Farm Bill: Roger Victory May 20

    Monday, May 20, 2013

    Gary Stevens chats on May 20, 2013 with State House Rep. Roger Victory (R-Hudsonville), owner of Victory Farms in Hudsonville, about the current Farm Bill efforts in Washington and how it affects him and other local farmers, along with the impact of the Farm Bill's food stamp provisions.

  • 12 PM News, Sports & Weather 05/17/13

    Friday, May 17, 2013

    Today's Headlines: The state Civil Rights Commission held a panel discussion on various topics at Holland City Hall last night; An unnamed 29-year-old Holland Township man is recovering from injuries suffered when his left leg was caught in a hay baler at a commercial grower south of Grand Haven yesterday afternoon; A self-admitted “City Nerd” will represent the Tulip City in a select gathering of young leaders; There are those who are calling on Bill Huizenga to impart some of Solomon’s Wisdom to resolve the access issue involving the Big Red Lighthouse in Park Township; If one state lawmaker from the Lakeshore has her way, "absentee municipal management" won’t be allowed in Michigan too much longer; Tigers look to bounce back in Texas after #35 was pounded last night; a nice weekend ahead in Lakeshore weather.

  • A "City Nerd" from Holland Lands Spot in Exclusive Vanguard Conference

    Friday, May 17, 2013

    Gary Stevens chatted with Holland's Third Ward Councilman Brian Burch on May 17, 2013, as he landed one of 40 spots in an exclusive "Vanguard" convention of urban leaders across the continent that will discuss various city-related issues in Cleveland next month.