Jackson Transportation Authority Upgrade


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – As reported on Thursday of this week, Cook Foundation & Flatwork has been awarded a bid that went nationwide and did receive interest out of town.  The JTA Center downtown will be receiving

Summit Township Special Meeting Review


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – The Summit Township “Special Meeting” on the proposed asphalt plant drew a standing room only crowd on Tuesday night.  Supervisor for Summit Township, Todd Emmons on WKHM spoke about the decision to send

Spring Arbor University Celebrates 150 Years


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – Spring Arbor University celebrates their 150th year this year, and Tricia Cramer the Director of Advanced Marketing discusses the celebration on WKHM. A dinner party and concert will be happening September 9th at

Vandercook Lake Schools on WKHM


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – Vandercook Lake High School and Middle School principal Melissa Bradfield and Jamie Stanley, the principle at Townsend Elementary both spoke with WKHM recently.  Years ago, the two women were teaching in North Carolina

Consumers Energy on Recent Storms


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – Consumers Energy President and CEO Garrick Rochow on WKHM recently, wanted to thank the customers for their patience after the incredible storm from last week. Consumers also made a concentrate effort Sunday evening

Affordable Housing in Jackson with Mayor Mahoney


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – Mayor Daniel Mahoney updated WKHM listeners on the affordable housing projects that are set to take off soon.  The update didn’t just include the housing projects, as Mahoney was also discussed the hotel

Mayor Mahoney on Tuesday’s Air Master Fire


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – Jackson Mayor Daniel Mahoney couldn’t say enough about the job performed by the area fire fighters and all first responders in Tuesday’s massive fire. He spent quite a bit of time thanking these

Jackson County Commissioners on Jail Proposal


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – The new jail proposal is now heading to the Jackson County Commission for their blessing.  There are private citizens that say that they would like to get the word out immediately.  Commission Chair,

Carolyn Bloodworth of Consumers Energy Retires


Jackson, MI (WKHM) – Carolyn Bloodworth, Executive Director of Corporate Giving at Consumers Energy Foundation, will retire after 42 years.  She recently sat down with GOC on WKHM.