JJ McKAY 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Winners of the 18th Annual Muffler Rap & Open Header Contest at the Coldwater Swap Meet & Car Show Saturday, May 11, 2013:
1st: Sherman Baker, Montpelier, OH (1989 Chevy-115.5 dB)
2nd: George Cook, Coldwater (2001 Ford Mustang-114.4 dB)
3rd: James Crabtree, Hillsdale (1977 Chevy Nova-113.6 dB)
OPEN HEADER DIVISION)
1st: MR Performance, Coldwater (1980 Chevy Monza-114.6 dB)
2nd: Greg Gordier, Battle Creek (1953 Kaiser-113.4 dB)
3rd: Joe Abbeg, Coldwater (1977 Jeep: 112.2 dB)
1st: Spencer High, Hudson, IN (118.4 dB)
Now that's loud!
We'll be live at the 26th Annual Swap Meet and Car Show all weekend long at the Branch County Fairgrounds.
Check out the complete schedule for the weekend
At our Delaney in the Morning Day at the Capitol Wednesday, Coldwater Mayor Tom Kramer joined us in the Capitol Rotunda
Hail...and lots of it...just before noon Tuesday outside our studios south of Coldwater
News Director Jim Whelan was a sight to behold at Saturday's "Walk A Mile In Her Shoes" event to raise money for the Branch County Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
Miss Tuesday night's Coldwater Schools' Parent Advisory Committee meeting? Here's what they talked about.
The buzz in the Coldwater School District is the new Academics First Initiative. Here's the explanation from Superintendent Dr Tina Kerr.
So the coach really can't dance, but the girls found it entertaining at our home opener against Hanover-Horton Wednesday.
The Coldwater Band Boosters are taking orders for pasties again this year, now through April 15th. Here's the order form:
Some photos I took last week at the Coldwater High School Pat Lowe Baseball field, with new seating, concession stand, and press box being installed in time for the home opener April 6, 2013. Stop by and see the progress.
Plus listen to my interview with Coldwater High baseball coach Randy Spangler on our Morning Show Podcast
Raymond Nahm passed away this past Saturday, March 16, 2013. Ray was one of those characters every town needs. He was a deeply religious Catholic man, who also spent hours and hours at the library. You no doubt saw his van around town.
While funeral services are pending at this time, the Branch District Library will hold a gathering Thursday afternoon from 4-6 pm to remember Ray.
Rest in peace.