Kentwood Chief of Police, Tom Hillens, explains, “We are currently working hard to locate Higgins and we believe Higgins should be considered armed and dangerous. Several weeks ago Higgins suffered significant injuries to his hips. He now walks with a severe limp. We believe this information may assist in locating Javonte Higgins.”
Chief Hillens reminds our listeners that harboring a fugitive is a crime. If you have information pertaining to the Bouwman murders, the chief asks that you call the Kentwood Police Department or contact Silent Obnserver at 774-2345. That’s 774-2345.
Thursday MAREC welcomes new director next month Muskegon MI August 28, 2014 | WGVU Grand Valley State University’s Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MAREC) is getting a new director. Kevin Ricco takes over from Arn Boezaart September 22. ListenDownload Jazz at Fountain Street Church August 28, 2014 | WGVU When was the last time you heard live jazz played on a real grand piano? How about two concert grand pianos? Fountain Street Church is planning a 3 concert series for the 2014-2015 season. Jazz In The Sanctuary will be hosted by Dr. Robin Connell, one of west Michigan's favorite pianists and vocalists. WGVU sat down with her for this feature interview. ListenDownload
Wednesday Preparing for tax day-in August Undated August 27, 2014 | WGVU As summer progresses, most of us are doing anything but looking to next spring. But in one way, it’s not a bad idea to think forward.
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