Gordon Evans

News Reporter/Producer

WMUK's Morning Edition anchor, Gordon Evans is also an accomplished reporter and interviewer. A 1990 graduate of Michigan State, he came to WMUK from WAAM in Ann Arbor.

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7:28 am
Wed April 2, 2014

Mental Health Legislation Sponsored by Stabenow Signed Into Law

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Program will start with eight state, two year pilot project
President Barack Obama signed into law Tuesday legislation sponsored by Sen. Debbie Stabenow that would expand access to community mental health services.
6:47 am
Wed April 2, 2014

WMU Named Finalist for National Climate Leadership Award

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Voting by the public will take place until April 15th
  • Source: Wmich
  • | Via: University news release
KALAMAZOO-Western Michigan University is a finalist to win a 2014 Climate Leadership Award as part of an annual competition among the U.S. colleges and universities that are signatories of the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment.
9:15 pm
Tue April 1, 2014

Kalamazoo County Appoints Acting Health Officer

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Linda Vail is leaving to become Health Officer in Ingham County
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
KALAMAZOO, MI - With current Kalamazoo County Health Officer Linda Vail moving on to serve in same role for Ingham County, the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners Tuesday appointed Josh Jacobs as acting health officer until a permanent replacement is hired. Jacobs, hired in 2010, currently serves as Deputy Director of Kalamazoo County Health and Human Services.
Farm City
9:09 pm
Tue April 1, 2014

WSW: City Life on the Farm

Urban garden in Chicago
Credit Linda from Chicago/Wikicommons

WestSouthwest with Novella Carpenter

Author Novella Carpenter says she grew up in the environment of "grow your own food." 

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8:56 pm
Tue April 1, 2014

KPS Superintendent Says Students Not Better Served by K-12 Funding

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In column for Bridge Magazine Michael Rice says districts have less to spend on educating students
Recently, Republicans and Democrats have been debating whether K-12 funding increased or decreased between 2010 and 2013 in the state. It's a great question for political and finance geeks. But it's the wrong question for Michigan. The question citizens and policymakers should be asking is: Are the 1.5 million Michigan public school children better served by their K-12 funding now than in 2010?

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