The WGVU Morning Show

Good News and Success

May 24, 2017

It’s our monthly Good News and Success segment, putting the spotlight on local businesses making their mark. 

We follow up with guests from Local First to hear more about the June 3 street party. We talk to Mieke Stouob and Musician JRob. Topics include Incentivizing active transportation and zero waste.

Monthly guests from Seidman College of Business join in to share information on their happenings. Today, Professor Christian Glupker talks about his latest economic impact study done on the Meijer Gardens.

Meet Sarah Thompson of Christian Peacemaker Teams.  The organization was just nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize last week.  Sarah joins us in studio.

We talk to an award winning local lawyer, Varnum Estate Planning Attorney Linsey Gleason recipient of the GR Bar Association's 3-in-10 Award.

GRPS Happenings

May 23, 2017

Guests from GRPS join in monthly.  Today, Director of Communications John Helmholdt joins us to talk about the State of our School highlights, May 2 Election results, and Back to School planning.

Love Ludington

May 23, 2017

We speak to the director of the Ludington Area CVB, Kathy Maclean, about the upcoming Love Ludington weekend.

Patty Williams

May 23, 2017

Singer/Songwriter Patty Williams returns to the Morning Show to talk about the Sounds of Summer Community Concerts, free and held in Cutler Park beginning in July.

Youth Summit: Recode

May 23, 2017

The Roving Microphone takes you to the 6th annual Youth Summit.  More than thirteen hundred urban, suburban and rural high schoolers, presenting workshops and messages.

David Stanley

May 23, 2017

May is Skin Cancer Prevention and Detection Month, and gears up the MSU Gran Fondo that happens in June, raising funds for the cause. We talk to David Stanley, author of Melanoma: It Started with a Freckle.