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Gongwer News Service Editor Zach Gorchow calls former Republican governor William Milliken’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton for President, “As expected as the sun rising in the east.” 


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The community policing model at the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety has brought it accolades in the national media. But the department has had its share of controversies as well, including a 2013 study that showed racial profiling in traffic stops. Chief Jeffrey Hadley says much progress has been made since then. Hadley talks this topic and more in a half-hour-long interview with WMUK's Earlene McMichael on today's WestSouthwest. He said no subject was off-limits. (Press the icon to hear the show. For a longer version, see the end of the post.)


Earlene McMichael / WMUK

Today we bring you an extended version of our recent interview with Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kalamazoo Executive Director Robert Ezelle, who'll be honored on Saturday, Aug. 20 for his three decades at the helm. Air times are 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on our award-winning WestSouthwest public affairs show. Ezelle, 68, is one of Kalamazoo County's longest serving nonprofit executives. He retires in December. (This show first aired on July 21, 2016.)


On WestSouthwest, a rebroadcast of an interview with a former general manager. Plus we sit down with the man who just started the job.


Courtesy of Ken Fisher

We revisit two previously aired interviews on WestSouthwest. A Kalamazoo doctor writes about the history of health care. And KRESA's Superintendent discusses what time school should start.


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