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  • Another Frosty the Doughman Clue

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    Frosty the Doughman Excursion #1....Clue #2:

    THERE’S ONE THING THAT FROSTY’S GOOD AT,

    AND THAT’S KNOWING WHERE TO HIDE.

    BUT HE’LL GIVE YOU A HINT-

    IT’S SOMEWHERE ON THE SIDE.

  • Frosty The Doughman is back!

    Posted by Ken Delaney

     

    Our Frosty the Doughman is hiding again somewhere in Branch County.  Check out all the rules for the contest here

    Your first clue to find Frosty on Excursion #1:

    HE’S HIDING AGAIN,

    SO START YOUR FROSTY QUEST.

    WHEN YOU SEARCH FOR HIM,

    YOU DON’T  LOOK TO THE EAST OR THE WEST.

  • Friday's Match The Bulbs Winners

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    Here are the latest Match The Bulbs winners from Friday, December 17:

    Phyllis Barnett-matched bulbs #36 and #38 to win a $25 gift certificate from Kiess Jewelry

    Beth Reinhart-matched bulbs #26 and #44 to win Sterling Silver Yellow Crystal Earrings from Culy's Jewelry

    Kathy Dunn-matched bulbs #7 and #30 to win 4 Western Michigan University basketball tickets vs Central Michigan University for January 11, 2011

    Bulbs on the tree still are:

    4, 15, 19, 27, 32, 34, 35, 39, 43, and 45

    We'll play again Monday with Delaney In The Morning!

  • More Match The Bulbs Winners

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    On Wednesday morning, more Match The Bulbs winners:

    Cisco Ortiz matched bulbs #3 and #17 to win a $15.00 Northwoods Coffee Co gift certificate.  Kathy Bohacz matched bulbs #16 and #47 to win a Bushnell Spotting Scope with tripod mount from The Gun Shop in Quincy.  Terry Kubasiak matched bulbs #12 and #28 to win a $50.00 gift certificate from Snow City in Bronson.  Pat Green matched bulbs #11 and #29 to win a $25.00 gas card from West Side Shell.  And Cindy Smith matched bulbs #25 and #31 to win 4 Western Michigan University hockey tickets vs Notre Dame February 25, 2011.

    Only 18 bulbs left on the tree!

  • More Match The Bulbs Updates

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    We had more Match The Bulbs Winners Tuesday.  Eric Dules matched bulbs #20 and #48 to win a Bushnell Spotting Scope with tripod mount from The Gun Shop.  Deb Zelewski matched bulbs #1 and #14 to win an oil change from The Oil Place.  Sandy Johnson matched bulbs #5 and #40 to win 2 tickets to a 2011 Tibbits Summer Theatre production.

    Other clues today:  bulb #36 is a $25.00 gift certificate from Kiess Jewelry...and bulb #17 is a $15.00 gift certificate from Northwoods Coffee Co.

    Keep listening for more chances to call in and win!

  • The Sky Is Falling....The Sky Is Falling!

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    The roof of the Metrodome in Minneapolis collapsed Sunday, moving the NFL game between the Vikings and New York Giants to Ford Field in Detroit Monday night.

  • Match the Bulbs Update-Monday

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    Monday morning, another set of bulbs came off the tree, as Terry Welsh matched up bulbs #2 and #13 to win a one month free membership and drawstring sports bag from Fitzone for Women.

    Jean Fenton won a $10 Gift Certificate from Lamp Post Christian Bookstore by matching bulb #23 and bulb #41

    Another guess Monday morning revealed bulb #45 as Sterling Silver Brown Crystal Earrings from Culy's Jewelry.

    More chances to play Match The Bulbs thoughout the day!

  • Match The Bulb Winners and Clues

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    We have 48 bulbs on our Christmas Tree, with 24 prizes.  Winners so far, and the bulbs they selected are:

    Jim Barnes-$25 gas card from West Side Shell-bulbs #21 and #24

    Dennis Dirshell-2 tickets to a 2011 Tibbits Summer Theatre production-bulbs #10 and #37

    Rose Kelly-one night stay at Hampton Inn, Coldwater-bulbs #33 and #46

    Other clues we've given: 

    #13-one month free membership and drawstring bag from Fitzone for Women

    #26-Sterling silver yellow crystal earrings from Culy's Jewelry

    #12-$50 gift certificate from Snow City, Bronson

    Keep track of all the guesses and clue to help you Match the Bulbs and win! 

  • Halloween Trick or Treating

    Posted by Ken Delaney

    The Coldwater Jaycees will host their annual Halloween parade through downtown Coldwater on Saturday night, October 30 beginning at 7:30 p.m. It will also mark the kick-off of the annual Coats for Kids Campaign at the Putnam Funeral Home, with cider and doughnuts. Ken Delaney will be broadcasting from the parade beginning at 6 pm.

    Official Trick or Treating hours in Coldwater are Sunday from 5:30 pm-7 pm.  For some Halloween safety tips, click here

    The annual Haunted Temple will be held at the Coldwater Masonic Temple on Friday, Oct. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 30 starting at 6:30 p.m. The event promises “spooks, witches and goblins to entertain your spook house spirit.” The Masonic Temple is located at 45 E. Chicago.

    The Coldwater Free Methodist Church, 200 N. Fremont, will host a trunk or treat on Halloween night from 5:30-7 p.m. The event will include carnival games, refreshments and a drawing for eight bicycles at 7 p.m.

    The Coldwater Bible Chapel at 120 S. Jefferson St. will be having an open house during trick-or-treat hours of 5-7 p.m. on Oct. 31. Among the offerings will be hot chocolate, donuts, treats for kids, games, stories, prizes and tricks.

    Quincy

    A Halloween parade begins Saturday at 6 p.m. in Quincy, with lineup at 5 p.m. and costume judging at 5:30 p.m. The parade will travel from West Jefferson to South Main to Liberty Street. The parade is sponsored by the Quincy Chamber of Commerce. Trick or Treating will follow the parade until 8 pm.

    A Haunted Forest — hosted by the Kountry Kids 4-H Club — will be open from 8-10:30 p.m. on Oct. 29-30. The forest is located on Hoopes Rd., and will feature a “scary good time,” complete with free cider and doughnuts. Admission is $5 per person.

    Bronson

    The Bronson Halloween parade will begin at the corner of US-12 and Walker Street at 6:30 p.m. Saturday night. The parade will continue east on US-12, ending at Chicago Street School. The school will be the location of the annual SPooKS (Supportive People of our Kid’s Safety) event. Food, candy check and the SPooKS house are among the activities planned. The event is open to all Bronson area children and runs from 6:30-8 p.m.

    Union City

    In Union City, Southern Michigan Bank and Trust and the Union City Police Department will hold the second annual Child ID program to kick off the Halloween weekend on Friday, Oct. 29. From both 10-11:30 a.m. and 3-4:30 p.m. the program will be held at the Union City Village Office, 208 N. Broadway.

    Girard

    The Girard United Methodist Church will host a community “Trunk-or-Treat” on Halloween from 3-5 p.m.