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Matt Milhouse

Matt Milhouse

I am thrilled to be at 100.5 The River! You can hear me every weekday, from 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.

I have lived in West Michigan my entire life and am a graduate of both West Catholic High School and Grand Valley State University. I love all of the amazing people and festivals that West Michigan has to offer. I am an ArtPrize superfan! I love the Tigers, Lions, and University of Michigan football and basketball too.

Before joining 100.5 The River I spent time working at radio stations in Kalamazoo, Big Rapids, and Grand Rapids.

I have been married for over 10 years. My wife and I have three children: a 6-year-old girl, a 5-year-old boy, and a 2-year-old boy. When I’m not working, I spend much of my time racing/crashing Matchbox cars and creating various arts & crafts projects with the kids.

I’m always talking about what’s going on in and around Grand Rapids, from ArtPrize to all of our other fun family events. Whatever the topic, I always want to hear from YOU! Voice your opinion here on our website and on Facebook too.

Thanks for listening!

Schedule

M-F 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

DJs Posts

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Astrid Stawiarz, Getty Images
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Michigan Congressman Learns What a Kardashian Is

On Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Water sent a tweet about a game that features Kim Kardashian.

The tweet received hundreds of responses, including one from a Michigan congressman who wanted to know what a Kardashian is.

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Steve Frost, ThinkStock
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Michigan Ranks 32nd in U.S. for Overall Child Well-Being [Infographic]

Michigan ranks 32nd in the 25th annual KIDS COUNT report on overall child well-being from the Michigan League for Public Policy.

The report ranks all 50 states and considers education, economic well-being, health, and family/community.

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Saginaw Jail Inmates Switching to Black-and-White Stripes Because Orange is too ‘Cool’

Saginaw County Sheriff William Federspiel says too many people are wearing orange jumpsuits in public.

The jail is switching to black-and-white stripes to avoid any confusion.

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Crash's Landing
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Meet Roger Amore From Crash’s Landing

Pictures and videos are excellent ways to capture the precious moments that life brings us, but nothing lasts longer than memories.

Create new memories by growing your family.

Adopt Roger Amore from Crash's Landing!

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Crash's Landing
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Meet Cypress From Crash’s Landing

Summer brings parties, trips, and lots of fun!

Summer get very busy, but it's important to remember to enjoy the little things.

Adopt Cypress from Crash's Landing and enjoy every moment of summer, fall, and beyond.

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Duane Prokop, Getty Images
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Kent and Ottawa County Businesses Selected to Produce Solar Energy

Consumers Energy has selected a total of 22 businesses and homeowners in Michigan's Lower Peninsula to help produce solar energy.

Three Kent and Ottawa county businesses were among those selected.

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ArtPrize Artists Seeking Sponsors Through Kickstarter

ArtPrize is September 24 - October 12.

As artists, venues, and event organizers prepare for the competition, some artists are seeking to fund their projects through Kickstarter.

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Richard Ellis, Getty Images
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Yard Waste Drop Off Sites for Kentwood and Wyoming Residents Affected by Storm

It's a long road of cleanup ahead for those affected by Sunday night's tornado south of Grand Rapids.

Residents in the cities of Kentwood and Wyoming may bring their downed trees, limbs, and branches to designated locations.

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Red Cross Distributing Storm Clean-up Kits on Wednesday, July 9

It's going to be a long process of cleaning, repairing, and rebuilding following the tornado and storms that came through south of Grand Rapids on Sunday night.

On Wednesday, July 9, the American Red Cross of Greater Grand Rapids will help those affected by the storm by distributing free clean-up kits.

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City of Wyoming Releases Statement on Weather Relief Efforts

Cleanup and repairs continue following the tornado that struck south of Grand Rapids on Sunday night.

The City of Wyoming released a statement this afternoon which updates their weather relief efforts.

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Aerial View of July 6, 2014 Tornado Damage [Video]

It can be hard to grasp the amount of damage caused by the tornado that came through West Michigan on Sunday night.

An aerial video gives us a unique look at the damage and better understanding of how destructive the tornado was.

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Thunderstorms Slam Kentwood-Wyoming Area; Rains Deluge West Michigan Locales [Video]

Update (12:35 p.m.): The National Weather Service's Grand Rapids Office has confirmed a tornado struck Kentwood. More details here.

Severe thunderstorms late Sunday night caused considerable damage in southern Kent County and authorities are advising people to stay away from storm-stricken locales, WZZM-13 and the National Weather Service's Grand Rapids office report this morning.

The storms hit the Wyoming and Kentwood area late Sunday night and the National Weather Service is surveying areas to determine if damage was caused by a tornado, a microburst or straight-line winds.

Consumers Energy said this morning that about 20,000 electricity cutomers lost power, with about 9,600 of those in Kent County, including Wyoming and Kentwood. The Jackson-based utility said it could be until late Tuesday before power is fully restored.

The American Red Cross of West Michigan has opened a temporary Kentwood shelter at Kentwood Activities Center, 355 48th St. SE for affected people.

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