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9:51 pm
Mon August 26, 2013

Family invents sport to help kids stay active

Cheryl and Donald Benson playing a net-less version of Eclipse Ball at their home in Newaygo County
Credit Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

“We think everybody should be able to be active, whether they’re athletically inclined or not. Cause when you’re having fun, you jump at it,” says Donald Benson, co-creator of Eclipse Ball.

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SW Michigan
6:54 am
Mon August 26, 2013

Kellogg Community College expands in Albion

KCC's Eastern Academic Center in Albion
Credit Kellogg Community College

Kellogg Community College has broken ground to expand its Eastern Academic Center in Albion. The college based in Battle Creek says the million-dollar project will help it serve the increasing number of its students who come from the Albion and Marshall areas of Calhoun County.

The new addition will include three classrooms and additional office space.

KCC officials say the expanded EAC is expected to open in January.

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Station News
7:36 am
Sun August 25, 2013

No Broadcast WMUK-2

Due to an interference problem we are currently not able to deliver the WMUK-2 signal to HD radios.  The programming on WMUK-2 continues to be available on this website (just click on the "Listen" button on the top of the Home page).

WMUK News
10:19 am
Fri August 23, 2013

Kalamazoo MLK March event targets military spending

The U.S. Navy tests a X47B drone aircraft in July 2013
Credit Steve Helber / AP Photo

The weekend of August 24-25 marks the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior’s “March on Washington” where he delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. A vigil and march planned on Sunday in Kalamazoo to commemorate the event takes aim at the nation’s military spending. It’s organized by the group Kalamazoo Non-Violent Opponents of War as part of a week-long series of events during Occupy (Inter)National in Kalamazoo.

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SW Michigan
7:12 am
Fri August 23, 2013

Minor league baseball returns to Kalamazoo

Battle Creek Bombers game in July 2013 (file photo)
Credit Joel Dinda / Flickr

Minor league baseball is coming back to Kalamazoo. City officials say they've signed an agreement to bring a team from the Northwoods League to the city in 2014.

The league that also includes the Battle Creek Bombers will pay Kalamazoo $35,000 a year to use Homer Stryker Field at Mayors Riverfront Park.

The Northwoods League features college players who want to maintain their skills over the summer.

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