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Weekday Morning Sports – Tuesday 6/28/16

95.7 & 1400 WSJM Sports     @wsjmsports     wsjmsports.com     Tuesday, June 28, 2016 NCAA Basketball – Pat Summitt, winningest coach in D1 history, has died at 64 Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history who

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Michael Ray Sends Us A Message!

Michael Ray will be joining us at Summer Jam this year on Saturday, August 6th from the Shadowland Pavilion in St. Joe. We are excited to have Michael as headliner this year and he’s excited to be

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The Best Red Carpet Looks of 2016 Thus Far

“We’re just halfway through 2016, but we’ve already been blown away by the latest fashion trends. Slits, tummies, sneakers and more have found their place on this year’s red and pink carpets. Here, we break down the

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Caitlyn Jenner Thinks Trump is a Feminist?

Caityln Jenner is on Trumps side for the 2016 presidential  vote. Although Jenner thinks Clinton would be better for the LGBT community, she thinks Trump supports women’s rights more than people may think. “Jenner has remained adamant

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Contractor Hired To Tear Down Mercy Hospital

The wrecking ball will swing soon to tear down the old Mercy Hospital in Benton Harbor. Berrien County Treasurer Bret Witkowski says work will start in the next few weeks. “We have a contractor picked out of

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Governor Signs Budget

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has signed a $38.6 billion budget bill that will more than triple state spending on the water emergency in Flint. The new law signed Wednesday includes money to replace thousands of underground lead

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Girls On The Run Being Spun Off

The success of the Girls on the Run program in Berrien County has been successful to the point where it is being jettisoned by the United Way of Southwest Michigan. Participation has grown from a little more

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“Horrendous” Animal Hoarding Found In Lawrence

Two Lawrence residents are in the Van Buren County Jail after officers discovered an extreme animal hoarding situation in the 56-thousand block of 52nd Avenue. Acting on an animal cruelty tip, they found more than 100 dogs,

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Man Arrested After Chase In Van Buren County

Trying to outrun police did not end the way a 46-year-old Grand Junction man wanted it to. He was arrested last night in Columbia Township after leading a Van Buren County Sheriff’s deputy on a two-mile chase