West Michigan: Newsmakers July 16, 2007

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Grand Rapids Press:

Meteorologist Joe Sullivan is heading home. In early August, he will leave WOOD-TV (Channel 8), where he has worked for almost nine years, to go back to his home state of Minnesota. Sullivan will work as a meteorologist/production manager at a firm that works in the wind energy field... Forecaster moving to wind-energy business (Sun, 7/15)


What would 261,181 pounds of food look like? West Michigan food pantries are about to find out. WZZM-TV (Channel 13) surpassed its goal of collecting 200,000 pounds of food. The "13 Food for Families" campaign, partnered with Spartan Stores, ACCESS and radio station WLHT-FM (95.7) in collecting food for West Michigan pantries... TV13 surpasses food goal (Sun, 7/15)

 

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