Flint/Tri-Cities: Newsmakers May 2, 2007

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Saginaw News:

Saginaw's South Middle School on Elm will get national exposure Thursday on Garrison Keillor's NPR radio show "The Writers' Almanac." Keillor will read the poem "Old South School" from Saginaw native Rosie King's poetry book "Sweetwater, Saltwater." It is the third King poem Keillor has read on his show, which airs at 7:35 a.m. on WUCX-FM, 90.1, at Delta College... Saginaw school gets exposure on Keillor's NPR radio show (Wed, 5/2)


WHNN's Palooza 8 is coming up quick, bringing B.J. Thomas, the Original Family Stone and Ceyx on Saturday, June 2, to Frankenmuth's Memorial Park. You can pick up tickets for $4.96 from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at these locations... Palooza 8 tickets go on sale Saturday (Wed, 5/2)



AllAccess.com:

Coyote Exits WFBE
CITADEL Country WFBE (B95)/FLINT, MI PD/air personality COYOTE COLLINS has exited after three years with the station. Prior to WFBE, COYOTE programmed ENTERCOM Country WBEE/ROCHESTER, NY. (Wed, 5/2)

 

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