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WSGW Morning Team Show: January 2, 2018

It’s the “Day of Return” (for some) on this WSGW Wednesday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..

There are some schools back in session and some work schedules are back on track.   Of course, it is Wednesday, so it should be at least a shortened week, if that makes you feel any better!




After the 6:30 news, Charlie offered some observations with Dave on some of the New Year’s Eve TV coverage and why Dick Clark produced coverage is best (runs 4:40)…..




Brand New WSGW OnLine Poll for YOU…..

WSGW OnLine Poll: Government Shutdown and Wall Money




Final “Goat Watch” Update for 2018…   The Goat Survived!!!!!   It did not burn down.   That’s two years in a row!




Charlie and Dave discuss “Programming Adjustments” starting Monday on WSGW (runs 3:32)…..

  • “Listen to the Mrs.” changes from 10am-11:30am, back to its original 10am-11am, on WSGW 790am (Monday – Friday)
  • “The Big Impact” with Bill Hobson, heard now every Sunday at 6pm on WSGW 790am, will continue to be heard at that time, but also heard every Sunday morning at 6am on both 790am and 100.5 FM




Message we received from Patrick DeHaan, Head of Petroleum Analysis for GasBuddy…..


***This is a GasBuddy Alert***

Average gas prices in Michigan have just fallen under $2/gal for the first time in nearly 1,000 days according to GasBuddy data, updated every five minutes. Prices at 8:35pm ET (on Tuesday) fell to an average of $1.999/gal in Michigan, becoming the 13th state where average gas prices fell under $2, joining MO, OK, OH, TX, AR, LA, SC, MS, AL, KS, KY and TN. It’s the first time that’s happened since April 11, 2016, or 142 weeks ago.




After the 8:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Pat talked about Jim Bob Cooter (now former Lions offensive coordinator), an NFL writer predictions for 2018, and Urban Meyer (runs 6:04)…..




At the Sugar Bowl, it was mascot mayhem with Bevo (Texas Longhorns mascot)




Police in Kentucky have fun when a Krispy Kreme donut delivery truck burns!




Wake Up Song of the Day:     Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show “The Cover of the Rolling Stone“.   Ray Sawyer, “Dr. Hook”, died last Friday at age 81.   He lost an eye in a car accident a few years before the band formed which led to him wearing his signature eye patch.


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